Episode # 103 The Storm Before The Calm


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Tom Cronin
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Miriam Schafer
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Natalie : Today on the show, I am speaking to the legendary Neale Donald Walsch about his latest book, The Storm Before the Calm and his take of what?s happening this year of 2012. So stay tuned.

Hi I?m Natalie Ledwell and this is the Inspiration Show, and today my very special guest that I have with me today is the amazing Mr. Neale Donald Walsch. Hi Neale, how are you today?

Neale : Hello Natalie. It?s lovely to be here with you, thanks for having me.

Natalie : Now the reason that I have you here today is we talking about your latest book, The Storm Before The Calm, which I read and absolutely loved. But before we get in to some questions about the book, what I might ask you to do is just give us little bit about your background and your history up until now.

Neale : Well Natalie, you know I have a very interesting life. Also my life in the media, on the radio or television or news or communications arts, public relations and so forth. But to make the long story very short, around my 50th birthday, my whole life fell apart. And I had no idea where I was gonna go from there, I lost my job, I had a terrible car accident, I broke my neck I was worrying of Philadelphia, a Philadelphia caller a supportive device to keep my head up for a year and a half, I was in physical therapy twice a week for all that time, and my marriage fell apart, everything happened at once, it?s the point I?m making. And I found myself really really taking the kind of look at life and a lot of people took I guess around in age of 50. But perhaps not as dramatically as I do, in fact I wild up having to live on the streets. I feel to the cracks in Social Welfare System and then I was literally walking down the streets , nowhere to live, living outside in an entire year of my life, asking people for a few coins or perhaps some folding money if they would be so generous, it?s like I get least through the day. And that kind of experience Natalie will cost as you can imagine, cost anyone

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