This is the story of Farheen Khan and her inspiring voyage as she rose above betrayal, culture, and tradition to live in the present. She will motivate all women to face challenges and reevaluate their purposes in life in order to focus on what matters most.
Inspiration: "Journey" is a dramatic, humorous one-woman play written and performed by Connie Podesta. Love: Never take time with your spouse for granted. Treasure every minute. Make time when none exists. In this audio program, Laura Stack, the Productivity Pro, lets listeners in on some of the secrets of her successful marriage. Dreams: Have you put your needs, wants, and desires on hold? Marcia Wieder, author of the best-selling book Making Your Dreams Come True and CEO of Dream University, is redefining what it means to dream.
There is one thing in this good old world that is positively sure---happiness is for all who strive to be happy, and those who laugh are happy. Everybody is eligible---you, me, the other fellow. So goes the wisdom of silent film star Douglas Fairbanks, who, in addition to his movie career, wrote a number of self-help books. Laugh and Live, which was originally published in 1917, he expounds upon his theories for living a good and happy life.
While the New World Order can be absurd and grim, it has some really funny openings for satire. These are exceptional openings for a little ridicule, joking around and some dark humor as well. So, just have a laugh, live and prosper. Lady Liberty may be detained by the globalists, but we as individuals and families can overcome the bad overlords.
Do you feel silly yet? Jeff Altman has the ability to act silly and make others silly too. This very funny album is a live recording from one of America's most high-energy comedians. Can you feel the energy from your mouse shooting up your arm from your fingertips? Jeff's comedy is infectious and contagious. Buy this performance, laugh your head off, and then share it with a friend. The two of you will end up quoting funny lines to each other for years to come.
Pam Ayres' stage show has been a sell-out success throughout the world. With her natural warmth and wit she builds up a rapport with the audience that guarantees an evening of fun and laughter. Pam's reflections on daily life bring a chuckle of recognition from people of all ages. Whether she's reminiscing about the spartan conditions on a caravan holiday in the fifties, or describing her less-than-spectacular prowess in a nineties' gym, her wonderfully accurate wit is always a delight.
Fawzia Mirza's entire life was an attempt to be a "good Pakistani woman". But when her brown fairy tale wasn't coming true, Fawzia discovered a few things about herself. She shares her funny tale for Don't Tell My Mother! at The Laugh Factory in Chicago, IL.