Americans United Again

Reminding Americans that we're ALL in this together

Mission Statement

Americans United Again's mission is to promote policies and standards that encourage a better society based on our constitution and our founding principle of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for all.  The U.S. Constitution serves as a basis of inspiration for not just ourselves but the rest of the world as well. Our goal is to help guarantee that we as a country continuously work to live up to the spirit of our constitution and to make sure the American Dream of hard work and integrity paying off apply to all citizens and those who wish to be.

Why We Started

This movement was started to encourage growth within the American population, to unify Americans around the values we all agree upon and to ensure that minority groups have equal rights and protection. Our philosophy is based on the very American value that united we stand, divided we fall. Our government has become gridlocked by a myriad of issues and is failing to address the will of the people as it is intended to. Through cooperation on common issues and principles from otherwise opposing ideologies we can put the will of the people back in charge. Only then can we truly begin to work towards equal rights for all groups.

AUA Hope Podcast Episode 4

AUA HOPE PODCAST EPISODE 4

On Episode 4 of AUA HOPE, Cherelle and Ricky discuss the benefits of meditation in the classroom, exciting news about scientists making a breakthrough in AIDS research, how to practice self-kindness and much more. We also have a Ray of HOPE interview with Heather Macauley Noell, an intuitive counselor endorsed by Deepak Chopra and creator of The Giving Game, a daily audio program and a 60-day eCourse that teaches you how to create new neural pathways in your brain and assists you in recognizing and releasing emotional blocks. Get ready to start feeling good, AUA Hope starts right NOW!

Episode 4 Show Notes

Intro- Rundown of the upcoming stories

Whats the best thing that's happened to you this week?

1. Power of Meditation in Schools

 http://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/san-francisco-schools-transformed-power-meditation-n276301

Musical interlude: Gust of Wind by Pharrell

2. Restaurant Bans Tips to pay workers $35k

 http://www.addictinginfo.org/2015/01/11/this-restaurant-just-banned-tips-so-they-could-pay-their-staff-35000-per-year/

3. Scientists Delete HIV virus from human DNA for the first time

 http://www.temple.edu/medicine/temple_researchers_eliminate_hiv_virus_from_human_cells.htm

4. Dutch Scientists Harvesting Energy from Plants to Create Electricity

 http://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/dutch-company-powers-streetlights-phones-with-living-plants/

Musical interlude: All the Above by Maino

Healing Our Personal Energy

 40 ways to practice self-kindness:

 http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/5886794

Music Interlude: The Remedy by Jason Mraz

>> Ray of Hope Story: Interview with Heather Macauley

Music interlude: Go Get It by Mary Mary

Helping Our Prosperity Expand

-Prosperity consciousness story and invitation to give

Inspirational Quote of the Day:

"How wonderful is it that no one need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world," -- Anne Frank

Exit song:

 "Remission" by Lupe Fiasco ft. Common and Jennifer Hudson

 

Executive Produced by Cherelle Kay

Edited by Ricky Hinds