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Inner Revolutionary Radio

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April 20th 2017:Work, Housework, Money and Fun - The Invisible Connection That Keeps Us Down: An Interview with Beth Green

In 1950, guest Beth Green heard a popular song: “Lucky, lucky, lucky me, I’m a lucky son of a gun. I work 8 hours, I sleep 8 hours and have 8 hours of fun.” Even as a child, Beth was baffled by those words. People worked 8 hours and slept 8 hours but definitely didn’t have 8 hours for fun. Who does? This little ditty shows the lie that we live every day: the lie that work is what we get paid for. This narrow definition ignores all the unpaid work we do every day and disguises how housework and relaxation are connected to work. Aren’t we either getting ourselves ready for work, recovering from

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Beth Green aka Granny Rocks

Beth Green aka Granny Rocks has always been a revolutionary, first as a social activist, then as a spiritual activist. Combining higher consciousness, spunk and common sense, Beth uses humor, insight and intuition as well as integrating her haunting and joyful, original music to help us transform. Before 1978, she was a social activist, lending heart and soul to creating a more just world. A spiritual awakening in 1978 revealed her astonishing ability to instantly access a guiding inner voice. Since then, Beth’s spiritual power, courage and passion for helping others have made her an effective, original teacher and counselor for individuals and groups. In 1983 she founded TheInnerRevolutio
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2224/inner-revolutionary-radio 24/11/2017 03:00 24/11/2017 04:00 Inner Revolutionary Radio https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2224/inner-revolutionary-radio In 1950, guest Beth Green heard a popular song: “Lucky, lucky, lucky me, I’m a lucky son of a gun. I work 8 hours, I sleep 8 hours and have 8 hours of fun.” Even as a child, Beth was baffled by those words. People worked 8 hours and slept 8 hours but definitely didn’t have 8 hours for fun. Who does? This little ditty shows the lie that we live every day: the lie that work is what we get paid for. This narrow definition ignores all the unpaid work we do every day and disguises how housework and relaxation are connected to work. Aren’t we either getting ourselves ready for work, recovering from work, helping others function at work, avoiding work or raising the next generation of workers? Beth says the way we have been taught to connect work with money has led to the disempowerment of men and women, blinded us to our overwork and kept us divided and down. So what do we do? Let’s start by revolutionizing the conversation about work right now! Tune in to this show and call if you can. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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