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Alternate Current Radio (ACR) is a grass roots independent media network built from the ground up by a small group of likeminded rebels with a shared enthusiasm for personal freedom, individuality, and liberty… not just here in what used to be a constitutional republic of states but for all the people of planet Earth.
Alternate Current Radio was founded to provide a platform for all the talent we at ACR have discovered in our combined years of participation in broadcasting, blogging, investigative journalism and geopolitical analysis. From the the amazing podcasters, producers and investigative journalists to the revolutionary minds, youtubers, musicians, DJs and artists from all over the world. ACR wants to share our forum and our platform as a meeting place for all our listeners to participate and interact with their favorite ACR shows, hosts, DJs and other like minded listeners.
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“A chronicle about an Army veteran who becomes homeless, and follows his dream of hiking and cycling all over North America. Although he is homeless, he gets by with his survival skills and the help of strangers as he raises money for various charities and support groups. His altruistic trek spans over the course of three years and comes to an abrupt stop at his 10,000th mile. From Delaware to California, from Florida to Alaska, follow along to experience this man’s journey of compassion, chaos, supernatural events, deadly situations, loneliness, comic relief, selflessness, betrayal, heartbreak, and humbleness. You will never read a travel story quite like this one!”
This book review from Amazon by Katrina Rachel describes the book well:
“A travelogue written by a U.S. Army veteran struggling with PTSD and bipolar disorder. Finding himself unemployed and homeless, Jake sells all his possessions and decides he will walk across America while raising money for various charities, including St. Jude’s Hospital. Uncomfortable in busy, densely populated areas Jake tries to stick to backroads and small towns. Along the way, he copes with being mistaken for a homeless vagrant, a potential troublemaker, is harassed by police and people who judge only the book’s cover and never look inside. These experiences are balanced with many encounters with kind strangers, as well as followers of his blog who meet up with him, offer him food, drink, care packages, entertainment and respite from the fatigue of the long journey. Skilled in wood craft Jake camps, hunts, fishes and uses his Army training to be as self-sufficient as possible. Even during his darkest days of depression, as he contemplates suicide, his honesty and integrity shine through, and you feel as though you are listening to a dear friend unburdening their heart to you. A remarkable book, by a remarkable man, who has travelled 10,000 miles by bicycle and on foot, across America and is not yet 30 years old. I hope the coming years bring him the health, peace, and happiness he deserves.”
Today we interview Kelley Jankowski, author of An Army in Heaven. As a Hospice Nurse, Kelly has deep experience and perspective with death and dying. Her mission is providing dignified and caring assistance to those transitioning into death. We discuss the contrasts between the modern process of birth and death taking place in a hospital versus the home, which was more common in the past. We also speak of the empowering positive transformative nature of devoted care for another, and many other topics.
From An Army in Heaven description on Amazon:
What do people see as death approaches? What will Heaven be like? What will Hell be like? An Army In Heaven records the deathbed visions of hospice patients, as well as those in a critical care setting who have died and then returned to describe their experience on the other side. Read about their accounts of Heaven and Hell, their visions of loved ones who have long traversed to the other side. Compassionate and compelling, this book retells their experiences. Their accounts are moving, edifying and sometimes disturbing, as cases of terrible abuse, neglect and even the demonic are also witnessed. Written by the nurse assigned to their care, An Army In Heaven is a compilation of their stories, what they saw on the other side and what they see as the veil thins during the dying process. It will change how you view life and most importantly, how you view death.
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