Nobody denies that we are – like anything else – a life-form, something that exists.

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2018 / — For us human beings, the question is if we can be in touch with what or who the source of life is?
The website is about the possibility for each and every person to consciously and individually connect with the Force in which we all originate – unbelievable as his may sound.
The site contains personal (spiritual) experiences. All of us can have them, if we want, plus the writer’s reflections on them. Also, you find revelations of facts about what our being in life is all about. Specifically the origin and scope of what we call 'evil' is addressed.

Nothing is asked of the reader. No religion, contact with others, group forming, contributions or responses.

See if somehow what is offered on the website 'ringings a bell' with you.
How we react to that is your choice. We can learn a lot about who we truly are.

Pieter Noomen
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American Fidelity Makes IDG Computerworld's Best Places to Work in IT

American Fidelity Colleagues Attend Women in Technology Meeting

American Fidelity Colleagues Compete in the Office Olympics

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2018 / — American Fidelity, based in Oklahoma City, once again made Computerworld’s list of Best Places to Work in IT. Landing at No. 18 among mid-sized companies, this is AF’s 15th appearance on the list.

“In the past year, IT has continued to undergo changes to help us align more closely to the business and prepare for the future,” said Kim Fisher, chief information officer. “We’ve worked to make our technology easier for our Customers and policyholders to use, such as simplifying and improving our Online Service Center and mobile app. We have also put succession plans in place to set us up for a smooth transition as Colleagues prepare to retire.”

American Fidelity is currently hiring for several positions within the IT team, including software developers, Citrix infrastructure engineer, security analysts and engineers, and technical infrastructure analysts and more.

The Best Places to Work in Information Technology (IT) list is an annual ranking of the top 100 work environments for technology professionals by IDG's Computerworld. The list is compiled based on a comprehensive questionnaire regarding company offerings in categories such as benefits, career development, training and retention. In addition, Computerworld conducted an extensive survey of IT Colleagues, and their responses factor heavily in determining the rankings.

“Over the past couple of years, we've seen an already tight market for tech talent get even tighter,” said Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis. “Computerworld's 2018 Best Places to Work in IT list illustrates that the companies that offer the best working environments aren't satisfied with rolling out one or two initiatives. They seek an edge in the talent marketplace through a combination of good salaries, great benefits, ready access to training, and the deployment of cutting-edge technologies. They recognize that the top tech talent can easily move to the organization that respects them best, and they are determined to be that organization.”


About American Fidelity
American Fidelity Assurance Company is a supplemental benefits provider serving more than 1 million Customers across 49 states with a focus on offering a different opinion for Customers in the education, public sector, auto retail and healthcare industries. More information can be found at

American Fidelity has earned an “A+” (Superior) from the A.M. Best Company since 1982. One of the nation’s leading insurance company rating services, A.M. Best conducts a strict review process for financial stability every year.

American Fidelity has been recognized as one of the “100 Best Companies to Work for in America” by global research and consulting firm Great Place to Work® and Fortune Magazine 11 times.

The Company was also selected for several other lists by Fortune, including: Best Workplaces for Millennials, Best Workplaces in Finance and Insurance, Best Companies for Giving Back, Best Workplaces for Women, Best Workplaces for Diversity and the Human Capital 30: Companies that Put Employees Front and Center.

Lindsey Sparks
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Assistant Vice President, Corporate Communications, Creative Services and Culture

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Computerworld is the leading technology media brand empowering enterprise users and their managers, helping them create business advantage by skillfully exploiting today's abundantly powerful web, mobile, and desktop applications. Computerworld also offers guidance to IT managers tasked with optimizing client systems—and helps businesses revolutionize the customer and employee experience with new collaboration platforms. Computerworld's award-winning website (, strategic marketing solutions and research forms the hub of the world's largest global IT media network and provides opportunities for IT vendors to engage this audience. Computerworld is published by IDG Communications, Inc. Company information is available at

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Jorge Escobar named Acting President of San Jose City College

Jorge Escobar named SJCC acting president

SJCC President Dr. Byron D. Clift Breland appointed SJECCD interim chancellor

Appointment Approved by San Jose-Evergreen Community College Board of Trustees

I feel blessed and grateful for yet another opportunity to serve the community with my on-going commitment to influence social change and social justice.”

— Jorge Escobar, SJCC acting president

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2018 / — During its meeting on June 12, the San Jose-Evergreen Community College District (SJECCD) Board of Trustees appointed San Jose City College (SJCC) Vice President of Administrative Services Jorge Escobar as acting president of the College.

Escobar will serve as acting president while SJCC President Dr. Byron D. Clift Breland serves as SJECCD's interim chancellor replacing Chancellor Dr. Deborah Budd, who is retiring.

"As I transition into the interim chancellor role for SJECCD, Jorge will continue to provide leadership and direction for SJCC. Over the past four years, Jorge has shown an unwavering commitment to the College as well as to our values of social justice, equity, and student success," Breland said. "I’ve known Jorge as a strategic thought leader, who can easily apply principles, deliver value, and solve complex problems. He has consistently been instrumental in technical implementations, planning, and execution of improvements and continuous operational growth and innovation."

Escobar is a forward-looking administrator with a proven record of progressive experience in the development and oversight of programs and initiatives across diverse industries including his work at Merrill Lynch, Princeton University, Laureate International Universities and the National Hispanic University.

“I feel blessed and grateful for yet another opportunity to serve the community with my on-going commitment to influence social change and social justice. As a Latino educator, I continue to bring my bi-cultural experiences and my bilingualism as additional assets in my toolkit,” Escobar said.

Over the past 25 years, Escobar has had extraordinary opportunities to build his knowledge in online education, strategic planning, fiscal management, business development, technology implementation, and oversight of new construction and renovation projects. His extensive history in developing and administering multimillion-dollar budgets within highly matrixed shared services organizations and managing large CAPEX budgets have shown to be unique assets to SJCC.

The campus is perhaps in the best shape in decades as his leadership in construction and improvements are recognized by students, staff, faculty, and community members.

Escobar's educational background includes a Master of Science in Education, from Walden University, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration-Finance from Rider University, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Management from Thomas Edison State College, and an Associate degree of Applied Science in Business Administration & Accounting from County College of Morris. In addition to his education in Business Administration from the Army’s Polytechnic School of Business in Quito, Ecuador, Escobar has also earned Six Sigma Black Belt Certification from the Six Sigma Academy in Scottsdale, AZ.

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Todd Stockton From Colorado Explains Learning Technology And How It Is Rewiring The Brain

SARASOTA, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2018 / — A lot of people believe that adding technology to the classroom automatically means better outcomes. While this is true to a certain degree, Todd Stockton explains that it is a little bit more nuanced than that. Specifically, it is important that educators and tech developers understand how the brain can be rewired to learn through technology.

A little-known fact is that, between 200BC and 1400AD, most Europeans were very bad at math. According to Todd Stockton, this was due to a specific reason and he believes that this applies to tech today as well. By sharing this, he hopes that the tech revolution will be able to benefit more people.

Tech that Makes Us Smarter

Todd Stockton from Colorado has been involved in many pieces of research that have looked at the impact of objects and tech on the way our brain cognates. During Roman times, Roman numerals were used and they were notoriously difficult for calculations. It wasn't until Arabic numerals, which are the numbers we know today, were introduced that math, including additions, multiplications, subtractions, and divisions, became something that everybody was able to grasp.

Todd Stockton explains that there are technologies and objects that are able to rewire the way we think, thereby making us smarter. Sometimes, this difference is tremendous. However, that does not mean that all tech and objects can improve our cognitive function. In fact, there are some that may diminish it. Stockton explains that so-called "cognitive cultural artifacts" are those techs that affect the way we think.

The Arabic numeral is an example of a positive cognitive cultural artifact. Not only did it make math accessible to the masses, it also made it easier to think in a mathematical manner. As such, this is a type of "complementary" cognitive cultural artifact. All examples of complimentary artifacts have made people smarter simply by being in their presence. And, once people have grasped them, their brain starts to perform better.

Stockton explains that another important example is the abacus. In cultures where this is found, such as in China, children learn to use their hands and eyes to make calculations. Research has shown, however, that once they have grasped the abacus, their brain no longer sees it as a language but rather as a visual-spatial area. What this means is that, once they have grasped its use completely, they don't need a physical abacus anymore. Instead, they can use one "virtually", inside their visual cortex. Additionally, scientific research has shown that those who have this "virtual" abacus in their mind were able to improve other cognitive functions as well.

Then, there is the example of maps, which are also complimentary. By using a map, spatial representation becomes encoded in our brain. This means that, over time, we learn to understand our place in the world and we become better navigators as well.

The Trade-Off

Todd Stockton explains that one day soon, we will step into our self-driving vehicle and simply tell it where to go. We will not need a map anymore to get from A to B. Plus, self-driving cars stick to the rules, which means that thousands of lives could be saved by reducing car accidents. However, it is unlikely that this self-driving car will rewire the brain in a positive manner. In fact, it will probably have a negative effect. According to Stockton, the trade-off is worth it in this particular instance, but it does highlight the fact that there are dangers to becoming reliant on technology as well. These types of cognitive artifacts are known as "competitive" because while they enhance certain parts of human life overall, they also make us less smart.

Todd Stockton Explains Education Technology

Stockton is fully invested in creating tech solutions that benefit learners and teachers alike. He has been fascinated by this concept of complementary and competitive cognitive cultural artifacts. Time and again, he has stumbled on the assumption that all tech developments are positive and that they are simply leading to a phasing out of the pen and pencil. He doesn't agree with this, however, believing that shifting completely to computers does not necessarily mean overall student outcomes will improve.

Of course, even with all the tech being added to schools, educators continue to use pen and paper. It seems that over time, more people would have signed up to Stockton's idea that tech should be used appropriately so that people can benefit from it the most. Unfortunately, research is still significantly lacking on the potential long-term effects of cognitive cultural artifacts and whether they will, overall, be complementary or competitive.

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தமிழ் இந்துக்களின் வரலாற்று சிறப்புப் பெற்ற கன்னியாவின் வெந்நீர் ஊற்றுக்கள் சிங்கள மயமாக்கல்

சிங்கள அரசாங்கத்தால் உருவாக்கப்படும் நுழைவு பாத்திரம்: இன்று

சிங்கள அரசாங்கத்தால் உருவாக்கப்படும் நுழைவு பத்திரம்: இன்று

சிங்கள அரசாங்கத்தால் உருவாக்கப்படும் நுழைவு பத்திரம்: அன்று

சிங்கள அரசாங்கத்தால் உருவாக்கப்படும் நுழைவு பத்திரம்: அன்று

கன்னியாவின் வெந்நீர் ஊற்றுக்கள்

கன்னியாவின் வெந்நீர் ஊற்றுக்கள்

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, June 18, 2018 / — தமிழ் இந்துக்களின் வரலாற்று சிறப்புப் பெற்ற கன்னியாவின் வெந்நீர் ஊற்றுக்கள் சிங்கள மயமாக்கலின் ஒரு பகுதியாக மாறி வருகின்றன

கன்னியாவின் வெந்நீர் ஊற்றுக்கள் 3000 ஆண்டுகளுக்கு மேல் இந்துக்களின் கலாசாரத்தில் ராவணான்னால் கட்டப்பட்டுள்ளது என்றுள்ளது. சமீபத்தில் சிங்களத் தொல்பொருள் ஆராய்ச்சியாளர் சிங்கள வரலாற்றில் வெந்நீர்ஊற்றுக்கும் சிங்களத்துக்கு தொடர்பு உள்ளது என்று கதை விடுகின்றது.

தமிழர் இடத்தில் சிங்கள வாழ்ந்தார்கள் என்று சரித்திரம் எழுதுவதற்கு,

1. சிங்களத் தொல்பொருள் ஆராய்ச்சியாளர்கள் முதலில், சிங்களவர்களால் செய்யப்ப ட்கத்திகள், வாள்கள், எலும்புகள், பித்தளைக் காசுகள் மற்றும் பழைய சிங்கள (பாளி) எழுந்துள்ள தகடுகள் எல்லாவற்றையும் கொண்டு வந்து புதைப்பார்கள்.

2. சில நாட்களுக்கு பிறகு சில சிங்கள தொல்பொருள் ஆராய்ச்சியாளர்கள் வந்து நிலத்தை தோண்டியெடுத்து சிங்கள செய்தித் தாள்களுக்கு படம் எடுத்து அனுப்புவார்கள்.

3. பின்னர் தோண்டிய இடத்தை, சிங்களம் உரிமை கொண்டாடும்.

4. அதன்பின் அந்த இடம் ஒரு சிங்களவர்கள் நிறைந்த இடமாக மாறும்.

5. குடியேறிய சிங்களவர்களை பாதுகாக்க சிங்கள இராணுவம் கொண்டு வரப்படும்.

தமிழ் வரலாற்றுப் பிரதேசத்தை நீக்குவதற்கும் சிங்கள வரலாற்று இடமாக மாற்றுவதற்கும் இது ஒரு சிங்களவர்கள் கையாளும் பொதுவான தந்திரோபாயமாகும்.

தமிழ் அறிவுஜீவிகள் மற்றும் அரசியல்வாதிகள் முட்டாள்கள். இந்த நிகழ்வுகள் பல முறை தொடர்ந்து நடக்கின்றன. ஆனால் அவர்கள் அதைப் பற்றி பேசவோ அல்லது அதற்கு எதிராக எதிர்ப்பு தெரிவிக்கவோ இல்லை.

ஒவ்வொரு சிங்கள இனப்படுகொலை நிகழ்வுகளுடனும் போராட ஒவ்வொரு அமைப்பு வேண்டும்.

ஒவ்வொரு பணிக்கும் நாம் ஒவ்வொரு அமைப்பை உருவாக்க வேண்டும்:

1. சிங்கள குடியேற்றத்தை எதிர்ப்பதற்கு

2. தமிழ் தாயகத்தில் புத்த கோவில்களை நிறுத்துவதற்கு

3. தமிழ் மற்றும் இந்து வரலாற்று இடங்களை பாதுகாக்க

4. இராணுவ ஆக்கிரமிக்கப்பட்ட நிலத்தை விடுவிக்க

5. தமிழ் பொருளாதாரத்தை சிங்கள ராணுவத்திடம் இருந்து பறிப்பதற்கு

6. தெரு பெயர் அல்லது கிராமத்தின் பெயரை மாற்றுதலை நிறுத்துவதற்கு

கன்னியாவின் வெந்நீர்ஊற்றுக்களின் வரலாறு இதுவே:
இலங்கையை ஆண்ட இராவணன் என்கிற மன்னனால், தனது தாயின் கிரியை நிகழ்வுகளுக்காக உருவாக்கபட்ட ஏழு கிணறுகளுமே இதுவாகும் என இராமாயண வரலாறு கூறுகிறது.

இந்துக்களால் இறந்தவர்களின் ஆத்ம கிரியைகளுக்குப் புனித இடமாக பயன்படுத்தபடுகின்றது இவ்விடம்.

இந்த வெந்நீர்ஊற்றுக்களுக்கும் சிங்கள மற்றும் புத்த சமயத்துக்கும் ஒரு தொடர்பும் கிடையாது.

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Sheraz Ahmad From Florida Discusses The Stages Of Risk Assessment

SARASOTA, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2018 / — Within the construction industry, risk assessment is considered to be sacrosanct to all operations. This is why Sheraz Ahmad wants to stress its importance. He also believes that there are eight specific stages that every risk assessment must go through in order for it to be beneficial and accurate.

Sheraz Ahmad on the 8 Stages of Risk Assessments

Since the ANSI/CSA standards have been upgraded, a lot of construction experts have found themselves quite confused about their methods of working. However, risk assessment has always been and continues to be a key thing that all employers and employees alike must be aware of. In order for them to be appropriate and beneficial, however, they must go through eight specific standards. Sheraz Ahmad explains that the 8 stages are needed to be fully compliant with the new ANSI/CSA standards.

1. Identify which tasks must be undertaken. This means that everybody is fully aware of what they are supposed to be doing, where, and when.

2. Choosing the right MEWP (Mobile Elevated Work Platform). There are now many different types and sizes of MEWPs available, each of them having their own rated capacity, reaches, and working heights. Hence, it is vital that the right one is used, which is down to the task at hand, the worksite constraints, conditions of the ground, proximity to others, site access, and more.

3. Assessing the associated risks. These are, firstly, specific to the operations of a MEWP, but there are also risks linked to the location of the task, the nature of the workers, the equipment and materials used, the environment, and more.

4. Identifying relevant control measures. Sheraz Ahmad points out that, by now, all hazards and risks should have been identified. At this point, measures and procedures have to implemented to control these risks and hazards.

5. Identifying the appropriate safe working procedures. The results of the risk assessment so far should drive the types of work procedures that will maintain and enhance overall safety. These include determining contingencies for the different tasks.

6. Planning for height rescues. Sheraz Ahmad explains that it is vital that a risk assessment also includes rescue planning, particularly if someone is working up a height. If something does go wrong, time is of the essence, so this eventually should be planned for in advance. Examples include an auxiliary power malfunction on the MEWP or a failure in the manual descent controls.

7. Communicating the results. Once a risk assessment has been completed, it has to be shared with everybody who is involved in the operations. A copy should also be kept on file for future reference.

8. Reviewing existing risk assessments and adjusting where necessary. Sheraz Ahmad explains that a lot of businesses where workers perform the same task in the same location for extended periods of time will only conduct a full risk assessment once. However, things and situations change and even in long-term positions, risk assessments must be conducted periodically, even if it is solely to confirm that nothing has changed. If any changes do have to be made, however, they must also be communicated to all parties involved before they can return to the task at hand.

Sheraz Ahmad on Rescue Plans

Ahmad explains that developing a rescue plan, the 6th step of the overall risk assessment is one of the most important ones. It will help identify, as well, whether everybody has received the appropriate training. This includes first aid training, particularly as the rescue plan must look at how to handle a fall from a height.

In terms of rescuing workers from equipment, the manual should have details included on what are the emergency procedures. At the same time, workers need to know what is expected of them at that point. This should be a written plan that has to be included in the training manual of the company. It has to include what should be done in case of experiencing an accident and in case of witnessing one.

Sheraz Ahmad explains that a good rescue plan will, firstly, include details of self-rescue, which the person involved may be able to follow. Secondly, it should look at assisted rescues, if the person involved needs help from another employee. Finally, it should include technical rescues, which are performed by emergency services. Doing so will also highlight any need for training on how to properly rescue individuals from a height, how to administer first aid, which emergency response teams to contact, and so on.

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Collegians Selected as Planned Giving Symposium Scholars

FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2018 / — Two local college students of exceptional promise were nominated by their respective schools to attend the annual Planned Giving Symposium, sponsored by the Planned Giving Council of Lee County.
Florida Gulf Coast University nominated Lisa Ray, currently completing the Master of Arts degree in Educational Leadership. Ray holds the Bachelor’s in Communication from FGCU, graduating magna cum laude in 2015. As a volunteer, she serves the FGCU Staff Advisory Council and FGCU Alumni Association and was senate president of FGCU Student Government.
Florida Southwestern State College nominated Lena Mendoza, who is expected to complete the Associate of Arts in Business in 2019. Mendoza is a first-generation college student. Currently employed in the retail sector, she aspires to serve in nonprofits. Her volunteer work includes Habitat for Humanity of Florida. She is a Fort Myers native.
Professionals in philanthropy, financial services and the nonprofit sector convened on June 7, 2018 at Florida Southwestern State College’s Fort Myers campus to share current thinking and methodology in giving for social impact.
The scholars attended the symposium at no charge. They were mentored for the day by Planned Giving Council board member Dr. Z. Allen Abbott, philanthropy specialist for Cypress Cove at HealthPark Florida. Each student prepared for the event by studying selected materials related to the speaker and topic for the day. The scholars demonstrated a proficiency in the basic concepts of philanthropy presented at the symposium.
“As the fundraising profession continues to evolve, it is important to help prepare future generations of professionals in our field,” said Trevor Whitley, president of The Planned Giving Council of Lee County and partner and financial advisor with Marquis Wealth Management Group. “Our goal is to foster the development and engagement of young fundraising professionals. In addition, our organization can benefit from new ideas, enthusiastic perspectives and attitudes about philanthropy and serving the greater good.”
For more information about The Planned Giving Council of Lee County, visit
About the Planned Giving Council of Lee County
The Planned Giving Council of Lee County provides programs presented by expert speakers, symposiums, networking and guidance to professionals involved in all aspects of charitable giving. PGC members are committed to better serving their donors and clients by helping them to make charitable gifts that are well planned both financially and philanthropically. The council strives to engage all constituents in the charitable gift planning process: planned giving and major gifts professionals, nonprofit managers and trustees, financial and estate planners, trust managers and administrators. For more information go to or call (239) 850-0040.

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Ericka Foley of Moving Forward-Shaping Your Reality to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

CINCINNATI, OHIO, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2018 / — It’s Sunday evening. You’re home relaxing after an enjoyable weekend, when suddenly you’re filled with dread. Tomorrow is Monday. You have to go back to work.

If this feeling sounds familiar, you’re not alone, but it could mean your work is not aligned with your values. Your labor is not aligned with your love.

Ericka Foley, ACC (Associate Certified Coach) is the founder of Moving Forward-Shaping Your Reality, a career coaching practice for executive women. For 20 years, Ericka has helped individuals to reach their career goals. Five years ago she decided to focus on women because she understands and resonates with the challenges women encounter in the workforce

“My drive is for women to not be sad, frustrated, or angry in the workplace,” says Ericka. ““It’s very important to have a clear vision of yourself and what you stand for. If your work is aligned with your values, you're much more likely to succeed, so my practice focuses on who you really are and what you really want.”

Ericka says it's not good enough to work hard and hope somebody notices you. You are in charge of your career, which makes you part of the process in shaping your career success. You need to understand your own strengths and opportunities,

“Coaches do not drive conversations. Coaches do not have the answer. You are the expert on you and I want to know about you,” says Ericka. “How do you want to be perceived in the workplace? How do you make a positive exit and start your own business? How do these goals connect to your vision? I support you to reach those goals.”

A mechanical engineer by trade, Ericka has worked with women in STEM. She also works with women in nonprofits and for-profits.

“I work with STEM because I am a STEM person. I understand how STEM brains work and I can meet them right where they are and speak their language,” says Ericka. “I can work with non-profits because I’ve worked in non-profits and I saw the differences in culture.

“I work with veterans because my father is a veteran,” says Ericka. “Our servicemen and women have made a sacrifice and their families have made a sacrifice. If you're a veteran and you need career coaching, I'm going to teach you how to translate your military skills into skills that a civilian employer can understand and appreciate.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Ericka Foley in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on June 20th at 1pm EDT.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio

If you have questions for our guest, please call 347-996-3389

For more info about Moving Forward-Shaping Your Reality, visit

Lou Ceparano
(631) 850-3314
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Source: EIN Presswire

Artist Kimberly Berg Returns to CUTV News Radio

CADYVILLE, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2018 / — There are millions of talented artists who sell their paintings all over the universe. But there are some artists whose painting convey such a powerful life changing message that it can literally transform the world. What if there is an exceptional artist whose work is so life changing he aspires to open up a museum so his paintings can inspire others rather than just hang in someone’s living room?

Kimberly Berg is a male feminist advocate and award-winning artist who wants women to be cognizant of their history during Neolithic times when they were revered which is enchantingly depicted in his art.

“I’m profoundly passionate about feminist art that’s why the creation of this museum is so critical,” says Kimberly. “For over twenty years I have intentionally refrained from selling my art to the public intending to exhibit it to the public. This museum will ultimately represent women’s freedom from oppression to enlightenment and superior growth.”

Kimberly was inspired by Layne Redmon’s book When the Drummers were Women when he first learned that in Neolithic times women were well-regarded, valued, and played a vital role in the functioning of society. His awe- inspiring paintings reflect that magnificent historical period, one that Kimberly aspires to revive. He envisions a time when women can once again be the front runners and gain the same political equality as men. According to Kimberly patriarchal laws were created to allow men to take a superior role and discourage women from aspiring to leadership positions.

“My art proudly reflects women as highly independent, spiritual and in perfect harmony with nature,” says Kimberly. “Through my art women are shown as authentically compassionate and their bodies are drawn to represent integrity, nobility, and graciousness.”

With the creation of Kimberly’s proposed museum more women everywhere will be encouraged to be fearless and confident. He envisions an art museum that would inspire women to find their place in the world. It would be art that both enlightens and influences women to take a leading role in society, especially political role. The museum will also include the feminist work of other great inspirational artists.

“I’m deeply engrossed in a woman’s spirituality,” says Kimberly. “With the rise of today’s women’s movement and feminine spirituality the future looks extremely promising. During pre-patriarchal times we had a female spiritual figure representing women and men for tens of thousands of years and few people are aware of it. My goal is to bring this lost history to light.

Kimberly will give women the freedom to design and run the museum. It will be managed with emotional feelings of compassion and empathy not only intellectual or financially.

“I see things from a historical perspective going back thousands of years,” says Kimberly. “Patriarchy has not been forever, it’s only 5000 years old. Before patriarchy we were a female-friendly culture for thousands of years. So if it could be done then, why not now?”

CUTV News Radio will feature Kimberly Berg in an interview with Jim Masters on Tuesday June 19th at 12 noon EST.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have any question for our guest call (347) 996-3389

For more information on Kimberly Berg please visit

Author: Beatrice Maria Centeno

Lou Ceparano
(631) 850-3314
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Source: EIN Presswire


The new book “Hairy Tales”

Susan Erickson

Koala looking for trichologist

57 trichologists from 24 countries write about their amazing lives.
NASA-inspired course now taught in 40 countries. Beware koalas.

There are some amazing tales, particularly from those living in African countries, who have had to struggle to get the money to study. Nobody just becomes a trichologist.”

— Susan Erickson

WASHINGTON , D.C., USA, June 18, 2018 / — The first book to ever be published about the lives of trichologists (hair loss and scalp specialists) will be launched at the World Trichology Conference being held in Washington D.C. on June 25th and 26th.

Fifty seven trichologists from 24 countries have contributed to the book, of which 23 will be at the conference. Sue Erickson, who helped edit the book, said “There are some amazing tales, particularly from those living in African countries, who have had to struggle to get the money to study. Nobody just becomes a trichologist; everybody comes to trichology from different fields varying from medicine to law. Each story is inspirational."

The trichology course was developed at the University of Southern California under NASA and there are now students and graduates from about 40 countries.

At the conference, top lecturers from the USA, Canada, Brazil, India and Australia will discuss the latest developments when it comes to hair loss as well as the psychological aspects; of particular relevance are the messenger proteins, growth factors, prostaglandins etc. that can either increase or decrease hair loss. And new products, including nutritional supplements, will be discussed that are exploiting these factors. Also, how koalas can give rise to hair loss.

For further information, please contact David Salinger at OR Arisha Hawkins in Washington D.C. at (202) 553 5498.

David Salinger
International Association of Trichologists
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Source: EIN Presswire