The Seven Basic Needs

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Counseler Jim Lewis joins Kim for a discussion and examination on the seven basic needs of every person.

Trump salary donation and the state of the economy

Don’t ever believe news is objective and neutral. Every editor and journalist makes some sort of decision and judgment when it comes to reporting on news. So you have to wonder why the Main Stream Media seems to ignore things like Trump’s continued donation of his presidential salary to government agencies. His latest donation includes $100,000 to the Department of Homeland Security.

Seven basic needs of every person

Counselor Jim Lewis of Southwest Counseling Associates. Lewis draws on his education, professional experience, and faith to explain the seven basic needs of every person. Listen to this show, you might just learn something about yourself and those around you.

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