Gratitude, Trust and the Theory of Relativity

Einstein’s discovery of relativity tells us about our potential as a species.

Jeffrey Bennett – What is Relativity?

Our potential as a species is highlighted in two very special episodes this week.

One of them, airing on most of our PBS stations, is an encore performance featuring the Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe winner Paul Williams and his co-author, the talented writer Tracey Jackson. The episode is about their bestselling book Gratitude and Trust.

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This particular one struck a chord with many viewers because they themselves, a family member, or a friend went through similar experiences and found something they could relate to from the wisdom of Paul and Tracey’s words.

We set goals and cross fingers we can achieve them… But mostly we want to live lives unburdened by anger, resentment, and bad habits.

Tracey & Paul – Gratitude and Trust

Paul and Tracey continue their great work and now can be heard every week on their new podcast featured on Podcast One.

Here is the link: http://podcastone.com/gratitude-and-trust

Please share with all who may benefit by their uplifting messages and amazing guests.

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Plus, my conversation with Jeffrey Bennett about his book What is Relativity? recently aired on many stations and raised as many questions as it provided answers. Professor Bennett would be the first to acknowledge that the concepts discussed are some of the most challenging known to mankind.

Viewers wrote me that they needed to watch it again so they (myself included) could get a better grasp on it all.

If you happen to be one of them CLICK HERE to view it on my YouTube Channel and while there please SUBSCRIBE.

And, this being the beginning of summer, I want to recommend two books perfect for summer reading. Both were written by publicists/friends who have supplied some of the wonderful guests that have appeared on Between the Lines.

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They are:

Starflacker: Inside the Golden Age of Hollywood by Dick Guttman a true insider look at those who Dick worked with during his many years as a most sought after publicist, and David Carradine: The Eye of My Tornado by his former wife Marina Anderson. This is a very personal memoir that is gripping and touching at the same time.

Enjoy the shows, the books, the week and the summer,

Barry

EPISODE LISTINGS AND TIMES ARE IN THE TAB AT THE TOP OF THE BLOG.

TO CONTACT BARRY YOU MAY E-MAIL HIM AT: barrykibrick@aol.com

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