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MITH Magazine Owner Shares her Secrets of Success

MITH Magazine Owner Shares her Secrets of Success

Barry Shore, the Ambassador of Joy, introduces one of the most vibrant, committed, and devoted Divas in the current Social Media world to YOU. Welcome Holly Glasser, the owner and editor-in-chief of MITH Magazine, a glossy online and print monthly that spotlights influential people in the worlds of fashion and influence. Holly is a model, actor, singer, and influencer who splits her time between New York City and Los Angeles. You should listen to this under-32-year-old woman who is quite competent as she discusses breaking through barriers. She is a generous person who uses her boundless enthusiasm and charisma to support a number of organizations. Visit mithmagazine.com before watching to have your eyes enlightened to this woman’s beauty and purity. Holly stands out as an advocate with a heart and head for influencing future generations to the GOOD and BEAUTIFUL in light of our changing culture and traditional beliefs. You’ll tell everyone you know about this. And for doing so, You’ll get BRAVOS. Enjoy by leaning in.

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Barry Shore: 

Good morning beautiful, bountiful, beloved immortal beings and good-looking people. And remember, you’re good-looking because you’re always looking for and finding the good. And talking about good we have, as I mentioned to you, wonderful, dynamic, powerful Holly Glasser. Holly is going to say hello in just a moment. And when we do we’re going to ask her a big question. Get ready, put on your seatbelt because she is unleashing love, which is living on vibrant energy. Welcome wonderful. Holly, please say hello to our worldwide audience.

 

Holly Glasser: 

Hello, everyone, and hello, Barry. Thank you so much for having me.

 

Barry Shore: 

It’s absolutely a delight. And Holly just shared with me something that we talked about. People from Durham, North Carolina are listening to the show. Well, she’s been to Durham. She’s seen the Durham Bulls, and she grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina. So how fun is that? Talk about the power of the mind and the power of faith and goodness. Talk to us, please wonderful, Holly. Give us some insights and what it means to have the power of faith and the power of the mind.

 

Holly Glasser: 

Our minds really are so powerful. Even just last night I was telling Barry, everyone that I said to myself, I would love to be on a podcast. I’m seeing podcasts blooming and popping everywhere. And I get up this morning and I’m looking at quotes on Twitter and then I get a call from Barry. And we had been talking a little bit before over the last weeks, and he said to me today, would you like to come on my podcast today? And it was so last minute. And I just thought how beautiful that yesterday I was saying I would like to be on a podcast. And today Barry was prompted to call me last minute and do this. And we had been talking about it a little bit before. But just the fact of voicing that thought and then it coming into reality within 24 hours to me is beautiful and faith in believing in our dreams and seeing them come into fruition. And they can become so tangible and such a small amount of time if we really hold on to that and believe that we can do it. So, I am a huge proponent of believing that we can achieve what we are hoping to and whether we use our minds to push that dream into the future, it becomes something in the present. So, Barry and I talking this morning is a perfect example of that being manifested in reality.

Barry Shore: 

That is just so wonderful to share with people the concretization of your thought process. Listen to what she just said. She thought it, she acted upon it. She didn’t just think about it she did something. She started researching and looking on Twitter because thought plus action so when she was able to [inaudible 00:18:04] and visualize and emotionalize it happened because Holly is not that different than everybody listening. Remember, this is all about you making a difference in the world. She has gone mad. She is mad and we love her for it. I’m going to say a word and give you the acronym for what it stands for, Holly. And then you’re going to talk to us about it. Because I think this personifies you. The word is create, CREATE, which stands for causing, rethinking, enabling all to excel. Talk to us about being creative.

 

Holly Glasser: 

Well, everything starts with the mind. So, if you want something to come into the present, some dream of yours, it starts with your thoughts. So, make sure that your thoughts are positive. And Barry, that is what I love about you because even if there’s something negative around you, you find a way to even turn that into something positive. And you’re looking for the best in people. And you say that it’s about other people and taking that off of yourself and putting it on to others and just sharing so much love and like that is also something that we do that creates more life for not just others but ourselves but we’re operating in that positivity constantly and pushing away the negativity, creative mindset, creative play, and our vision and our dream reality become manifest in that positivity. In love and faith and encouragement that’s what we are most creative and that’s what we are most productive and most fruitful. So, these are the things that I’m really walking into in my life. And so, that is when I am being connected to you on this parallel path in our lives because this is the journey that I’m now on. And I can say that in the last few years I struggled a lot to remain positive through many struggles and strongholds that I had to overcome in my life. And my song talks about overcoming strongholds. But really the power of overcoming strongholds and obstacles and negative thinking is positive thinking and really weaponizing your mind with truth, and buckling down on the truth and just being [unintelligible 00:20:16], just not letting anything penetrate your core, not any lie penetrate you, and then you become a force to be reckoned with and you emanate that out to others and you become a ray of sunshine, which is what you are. So, you are emanating light and you’re passing it on to me and now we can share it with others, and then they’re going to be sharing it. And so, we are just creating this force field of life and creativity and positivity and energy around us. Like the Sun, basically.

 

Barry Shore: 

As I mentioned, everybody, you are just feeling the nuclear power of this amazing being. I just want to emphasize a few points that she made because she’s very modest and which by the way, listen to this she has a magazine and it’s not just a magazine it’s a romp through beauty. It’s a magazine online. It’s a magazine that’s in print. She also is an artist in terms of voice. And we’re going to be putting up on the site her latest song. And she is, as she mentioned, overcoming those things which she calls strongholds I call strangleholds because she stuck to something, she used the word manifest. The word mind, MIND, is an acronym that stands for manifesting, inspiring noble deeds. Because when you manifest inspiring noble deeds then you’re living in truth. And this is what Holly does. Truth, by the way, you’ll love this, Holly. Are you ready?

Holly Glasser: 

Yes, I’m ready, Barry.

 

Barry Shore: 

Total reliance upon the hidden. The good Lord knows what it is that you want to accomplish. And when you focus, as you said, on your core, there is not a thing in this world that will hold you back because they may appear to be strong they’re not. They may appear to strangle they don’t. Now, please, Holly, give us some indication of things you’ve been doing that allows you to overcome what we’ll call the naysayers. I think you’ve mentioned before that you have to be what you call a self-thinker. What is that?

 

Holly Glasser: 

A self-thinker I just wrote an article on that for TV magazine, which is a new women-based magazine and it is so beautiful. It talks about beauty in our culture but not just outer beauty but inner beauty, which is also what my magazine talks about. And being a self-thinker really is you are not basing your actions or behaviors on the majority necessarily. You’re blazing your own trail and you’re okay if others maybe even disagree with you. In fact, one of the quotes that I was looking at on Twitter today that I shared with Barry this morning is all great thinkers are initially ridiculed and eventually revered. So, really being a self-thinker you’ve got to be okay to blaze your own trail and not necessarily agree with the masses because they might have jumped on a bandwagon that was incorrect. And so, being able to blaze a trail and be a pioneer that’s so important. Being a leader you have to not necessarily listen to what others are saying because they might be wrong. All great thinkers are initially ridiculed. You might have a lot of people that don’t agree with you or put you down or even bully you. But eventually, if you keep going in this positive direction and leadership and blazing your trail in the correct mindset, eventually those who were the naysayers are going to become your admirers and your followers. And it’s not about receiving a following or being admired, really. It’s about them finding that shift within themselves. And leadership is not about telling people what to do it’s about showing them. So really, sometimes if you want to be a self-thinker you have to show people through your actions and not just your words but really be okay with being weak and be okay with being different, especially if there are any children listening in the back of their car with their parents. If you’re getting bullied in school for doing the right thing don’t give up, know that you’re doing the right thing, and just know that you’re actually a silent leader to the ones that are bullying you. Stay strong. Don’t give up.

 

Barry Shore: 

So fabulous. There are two words I just wrote down. We’re leading not by telling people but by showing. When you show people the way and not ask them to follow you only by showing love, which is living on vibrant energy, showing joy, jubilating, observing, and yearning, demonstrating that then naturally you’re creating bridges that bring people together. This is so wonderful. Now, Holly, I’m going to ask you to start talking about your myth magazine. And I was not listening then. It’s MITH. So, we only have a couple of minutes before we go to a break but just begin to tell us something about this wonderful, dynamic, powerful magazine called Mith, MITH. You have about a minute before we go to break.

Holly Glasser: 

Okay. Mith stands for Modest is the Hottest. So, Mith magazine is a fashion and entertainment magazine for the up-and-coming artists in acting, music, singing, dance, and fashion design, and we really focus on inner beauty and using your talents to give back to the community. So, there’s a lot of leadership as well there. So, modest is the hottest, well, modesty in fashion isn’t always the norm so my magazine goes counter-culture. It’s a little bit rogue. It’s blazing a trail in a new direction. It’s just something different. And modesty helps us focus on interviewing more than outer beauty and there’s nothing wrong with outer beauty either and both can work and coincide together in harmony. So, my magazine really helps to harness both kinds of beauty, inner and outer, and make them be the most brilliant as possible.

 

Barry Shore: 

I love it. I wrote down something you just said you used the word rogue. So, there is a magazine out in the world called Vogue, which is very nice, and beautiful. It tends to focus more on outer beauty. You are rogue going on inner beauty plus outer beauty. We never separate in and of itself is just that. It’s beautiful and it emanates from the inside out. It also is attractive. Remember, what we’re doing is attracting people to want to know what is good, what is true, what is loving, and what is joy. And that’s why it’s always important to focus on doing good and looking for the good. Remember, you’re good-looking. You’re good-looking because you’re always looking for and finding the good. Holly, I’m going to ask you a big favor. That is mith, MITH, that’s mith.com. Is that correct?

 

Holly Glasser: 

Yes, mithmagazine.com.

 

Barry Shore: 

Magazine, everybody. Mithmagazine.com, go there. We’ll be putting it up on the site. We’re going to come back to you in less than 2 minutes and we’re going to have more of Holly. We could do hours with Holly but we’re going to do more of Holly when we come back so don’t go away. And we’ll see you on the other side of this short break. Bye now.

 

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Barry Shore: 

Good morning beautiful, bountiful, beloved immortal beings and good-looking people. And remember, you’re good-looking because you’re always looking for and finding the good. Dear, wonderful Holly, wow, we’ve been asking her to stay, and she’s going to talk now a little bit about, we’re talking about mithmagazine.com, we spoke about her song. Speaking about a song let’s talk a little bit more about modesty and then authenticity. Tell us about modesty and authenticity wonderful, Holly.

 

Holly Glasser: 

Modesty is really the word most often used to describe my magazine and the modesty element is tasteful. Tasteful is how my magazine is described. And I know that in culture right now that there is a lot of freedom, of self-expression. And some people can come to me and say, well, I don’t want to be modest. And I say, I’m not here to tell anyone how to live their life. But for me personally, in my own journey and with the talent that I feature in my magazine, modesty again, as I said, is to really focus on the inner beauty and the confidence there. And it goes along with authenticity as well because in modesty you’re able to show who you really are. When you are confident in yourself sometimes myself, I don’t feel the need to show as much of myself because I’m not seeking validation or approval that comes from within myself. And not to say that if you want to show more skin, for example, that you’re necessarily insecure because I think there are multiple people who are confident in themselves and they simply want to show more. But for myself, I found in my own journey that showing more skin for myself was when I was looking for outer validation. When I was able to find that from within and in my faith then I was able to show less of my body and more of my soul. So to me, my magazine is more about the soul part, and the beauty that we show outwardly sometimes can take the focus off of the inner beauty and what’s going on. Are we loving? Are we kind? Are we patient? Are we sincere? And if we are so beautiful on the outside but we’re missing the parts of ourselves inside that are so essential to defining our soul then we’re really only half a person. So, when I post a photo of myself on Instagram, for example, if I’m looking very, very sexy but there’s no substance, there’s no authenticity about my journey, there’s nothing about my story. It’s just a beautiful photo. Am I really shifting culture? Am I changing lives with that beautiful image? And that’s what I’m talking about. I want to do more than just share physical beauty. I want to share an internal beauty that is lasting, that is eternal, and internal eternal beauty. And these things to me are very important. And therefore, we create stories that leave a lasting legacy not just for generations but for the nations that I really have a heart for generations and the nations. And authenticity is sharing your truth. And when you’re vulnerable to others that don’t necessarily mean being physically vulnerable and showing your body. It can be sharing your story and your heart. So really, the heartfelt sense of mith and the inner beauty is so essential to telling the story of the magazine. And not everyone will agree. But this is what I have found works for me and there are a lot of others that are in agreement. So, that’s what this is all about.

 

Barry Shore: 

Stunningly beautiful because you used words that are powerful, positive, purposeful, internal, and eternal. Listen to the movement of those words. Internal, eternal. And Holly shared with us something fascinating. Holly is a good-looking woman. She’s a good-looking woman physically. And she’s a good-looking woman because she’s looking for the good. She mentioned that when she as a woman in our particular culture and I say this as a man when you show more skin, what you’re doing is you are soliciting more outer validation. By definition, that diminishes the inner. When you want to be authentic and therefore more vulnerable, which is very difficult for a woman, much more so than a man in our culture, when you’re vulnerable and yet showing less, which means you’re showing more of you, you will get past the stranglehold, the stronghold and burst through because that is what the good Lord says when you have total reliance upon the hidden there is nothing that will stop you. Because powerful positive words as we said, everything has to do with www. Smile seeing miracles in life every day. I’d like to hear from you wonderful, Holly. Can you tell me something from your background? Again, you’re a relatively young woman. Very young compared to me, of course. A very young woman. Is there a book or two that actually helped influence your thoughts and your life?

Holly Glasser: 

Yes. And a couple of words came up as you were speaking about the hidden. Really quickly, the hidden is the mystery of who we are. The beauty of mystery. There’s nothing more beautiful than seeing a woman veiled on her wedding day. Because of the hidden beauty there that her husband is waiting for her to walk down the aisle and discover sacred places of her in her mind, body, and soul. And our bodies are sacred and our bodies are temples. So, really I just wanted to add that to what you were saying. And as far as tying that into the books that really shaped me as a child, I’m going to speak more about previous books not [inaudible 00:36:59] books because there are three books that spoke to me the most. Well, the first one was a biography of Clara Barton, who was a war nurse during the Civil War, and she really used her mind, her body, and her soul to shift culture and she was a true leader. She would go out on the battlefield while wounded soldiers were there during the Civil War with bullet shots grazing through her dress, and she would feed the wounded soldiers with food that had been watered down with whatever else she could find in the kitchen, saltine crackers, whatever she needed to do. She would bring canteens of water. And I was so inspired by her as a little girl, I would save wounded animals, a wounded bunny rabbit, or help my dog, get ticks off of her. And I just loved to nurture. And so, reading her story, she started out taking care of animals, too. And not only that she saved wounded soldiers but she later founded the Red Cross and she got to meet Abraham Lincoln. And that’s how she used her whole being, mind, body, and soul to create a legacy to help others. And to me, this is just so harrowingly beautiful. That was the first book that really shaped me. And my grandmother got it at the dollar store of all places when I was, I think, nine years old. My second favorite book was when I was even younger than that. My second favorite book was The Little Engine That Could. I think I can. I think I can. I think I can.

 

Barry Shore: 

Yes, everybody loves that. By the way, we’re talking to a worldwide audience so this may be very sort of United States-centric but if you don’t know the book and again, we’re talking people from all over the world, look it up. The Little Engine That Could. I think I can. I know I can. Please tell me more.

 

Holly Glasser: 

In that children’s book, there is a story of a train that breaks down that’s carrying toys to children across the town. And so, this little tiny blue engine decides to hitch her engine onto the toy cart and take it over the hill. And she’s so little and she’s not a huge freight train. And just the awe of the inspiring beauty of someone so little and childlike being able to accomplish something so huge. And I don’t know if there are any Game of Thrones fans out there. Well, I’m sure there are. So, if you’re listening last night if you saw the last episode, I don’t want to ruin it. Too many spoilers for anyone who hasn’t seen it. But the children, the young girls in the Game of Thrones episode last night were the most heroic of all in their acts in a battle scene. They were the ones that were fighting onward. More so than the grownups around them. So, I really think that even if you’re a child you have the opportunity to change the world. And with that positive mindset of I think I can, I think I can. And also as an adult keeping that childlike mindset, that being like a child can sometimes mean that we are rooted in faith because it takes faith to believe in certain things. And if you don’t have the mindset of a child how can you accomplish this? So really the beauty behind that phrase, I think I can, I think I can, is rooted and grounded in the concept of a child’s mind of pure faith. And that is what I love. And I will always carry that story with me and read it to my future children to share the concept that also we can nurture the youth with resilience to prepare leaders for a future generation with the mindset of this faith.

 

Barry Shore: 

This is just so empowering. I just want to recap a couple of things that Holly did mention. Clara Barton. It’s almost too fun in today’s world. Here she’s talking about the American Civil War, 1861 to 65. So, most people don’t even know that it existed even in the United States of America. But to talk about a woman that not only was amongst hundreds of thousands of men and gained their respect and their honor because of how she carried herself and what she did, but she was also an angel in human clothing. And she was there for one reason only to be of benefit. Just like everybody listening to the show. The show is called The Joy of Living and it’s all about you, YOU. Just like Clara Barton only care about one thing bringing benefits. That’s what you really want to do in the world. That’s what Holly does. And I said everybody here, hundreds of thousands of people listening I urge you again if you miss a moment of this show go to barryshore.com and you’ll find this show. Share it. It needs to be shared because why? Clara Barton started the Red Cross. Think of that. The Red Cross serves millions of people around the world every day. And based also on the little engine that could because there’s no such thing as a little engine. Everybody is part and parcel of the world. Holly, I want to ask you one other question that’s really been something that now that I’m listening to you more and more, what language do you speak other than English and the language of love? Have you ever been able to learn any other languages? And by the way, we have only 30 seconds. So, if there’s an answer that you want to give in 30 seconds we’re going to come back. And if you can stay for a couple of minutes, the other side of the break that’ll be great. Can you do that? Just tell me, is there any of the language that you know? 

 

Holly Glasser: 

Hablo Espanol. I speak Spanish fluently.

 

Barry Shore: 

That’s so wonderful. And you didn’t grow up speaking Spanish so you went out of your way to make sure that you learned another language so that you could learn to communicate even from deeper within. Is that correct?

Holly Glasser: Si senor. [Unintelligible 00:43:06] Verdad.

 

Barry Shore: 

I’m asking Holly, please stay on for a couple of minutes on the other side of the break, okay? And we’ll see everybody back here in just a couple of minutes. Don’t go away. There’s more Holly, for you.

 

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Barry Shore: 

Good morning beautiful, beautiful, beloved immortal beings and good-looking people. And remember, you’re good-looking because you’re always looking for and finding the good. And we have been deeply diving into good with wonderful Holly Glasser. Holly is an artist, an entrepreneur, a publisher of a magazine, a songstress, and a person capable of articulating the glory of life and the joy of living. And you’ve been hearing about a number of things she just mentioned about several books that she has found have changed her, enabled her to catapult herself. One was the biography of Clara Barton or the story of Clara Barton, the founder of the Red Cross. Another is a great book called The Little Engine That Could and it doesn’t matter if you’re four years old, 44 years old, or 84 years old it’s worth reading again. One of the things I’m going to do now is ask her if she’d be kind enough to sing a minute or so of one of the songs that she recorded called Like a Drum. So welcome back, Holly.

 

Holly Glasser: 

Thank you so much, Barry.

 

Barry Shore: 

Thank you. Would you be kind enough? We just left you and she just told us that she learned Spanish but that’s another language. And there’s another language that moves the soul and that’s music. Would you be willing, on the spur of the moment to just sing us a minute or so of your song? I think it’s called Like a Drum.

 

Holly Glasser: 

Yes, absolutely. You put me on the spot and I love it. My song is called Like a Drum it’s about your heart beating like a drum. Stronghold you can’t hold me down now. You can’t steal my crown now. No, no, no, no. I’m like a bird that escaped from the pain fluttering away. So [unintelligible 00:47:33] I’m not afraid. You could never touch me anyway. My heart beats like a drum. Da da da dum dum da da da dum dum da da da da dum dum. My heart beats like a drum.

 

Barry Shore: 

That is so empowering. I’m going to [inaudible 00:47:58] a great word. Everybody knows the word happiness. Everybody is striving for happiness. Happiness is an acronym and this is what Holly is all about. Are you ready? Happiness stands for helping all pursue purpose in nobly expressed soulful songs.

Holly Glasser: 

Wow.

 

Barry Shore: 

Remember wow, words of wisdom because www what a wonderful world. So, when you can put somebody on the spot and they’re willing to sing to hundreds of thousands of people on the Internet just like that, and live it and love it. Again, we’re talking about a being that admitted to us. And this is really where I want to put an emphasis on the moment. Don’t think that people come out of the womb and all of a sudden they’re singing joy, happiness, peace, and love directly from the one above. You have to go through a birth canal to come out and be alive. In life itself, it’s also oftentimes a birth canal to go through what she calls a stronghold or a stranglehold. She’s now bicoastal. She’s going back and forth from New York City to Los Angeles, two very different environments. And yet the environments are both filled with people, human beings. There is nothing greater in the world than a human being. There is nothing more destructive in the world than a human being. However, a human being with consciousness pushes aside so much darkness, so much negativity that Holly sparks our beings. And again, I’m saying thank you, Holly. I’m going to ask you to just stay for a couple more minutes. And if you’d be so kind [distortion 00:49:50] to ask your opinion about. And that is something from way off the wall. It’s called hawkey. Well, happens to be I’m from Boston, Massachusetts. So, right now I’m having a lot of fun because the Boston Bruins are in the playoffs for the Stanley Cup. But one of the greatest hockey players of all time said a quote that really resonates with life. Do you remember that quote from Wayne Gretzky? What did he say?

 

Holly Glasser: 

I do. And I will say some argue that Michael Scott was the first one to say that. So, Wayne Gretzky and Michael Scott, I’ll attribute it to both of you. The hockey player Wayne said you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.

 

Barry Shore: 

Wow. So, to me wow, words of wisdom mean to take the shot. Go for it. Don’t hold back. Don’t show skin show heart. It’s the same letters as earth. Because when you are earthy and your heart is there yes, of course, there’s going to be some pain. But guess what? Who cares? Life [distortion 00:51:02] legacy. Holly, it is so wonderful to have you with us today, truly thankful. Everybody, mithmagazine.com. We’re going to post her song and you can hear it in all its glory. We’re going to post the books that she mentioned and some of the quotes and just feel the power of this vibrant being, this enormously amazing, loving, giving being. So, I’m going to give you a big hug in front of thousands of people and then wish you goodbye. Are you ready for this? Is that okay?

 

Holly Glasser: 

Yeah, go ahead.

 

Barry Shore: 

One, two, three…ROAR.

 

Holly Glasser: 

I received that hug.

 

Barry Shore: 

Thank you so much, Holly. Everybody, we’re waving hello and goodbye.

 

Holly Glasser: 

Thank you, Barry.

 

Barry Shore: 

And we will speak to you very soon. Thank you, best wishes. Bye.

Holly Glasser: 

And take the shot. Take the shot.

 

Barry Shore: 

That’s a great parting shot. Take the shot. So, here we are on the joy of living. Barry Shore here. Remember, this show exists for one reason only you, Y0U, EWE. We talked about www what a wonderful world. We talked about fun. Go around and tell your family and your friends FU everybody with a big smile on your face. FUNN remember to add that two capital. Funn because when you have a smile on your face what are you doing? You’re seeing miracles in life. When you do that you can become a thanker. There’s hardly anything better in the world than to say thank you. If you want to start out in life and learn to live a life that’s going to be a legacy then make a concerted effort to say thank you seven times every single day. Do as I do if you can write them down. That’s a beginning phase. Now, once you get better at it you say, I’m ready to go for the next phase. I want to become better. I want to be a professional. Professional is 15 times a day, say thank you. Because remember, thank means to harmonize and network kindness. Because when you are being kind in the world you keep inspiring noble deeds. Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be kind always, and keep inspiring noble deeds. When you do that you can get to the top level and become adept. An adept means that you will be thanking 26 times every single day of your life forever. You will be creating a legacy. You will be building bridges. You will be living the joy of living. Go to barryshore.com explore, look around and find all the wonderful free fun things to do. FU everybody. You’ll find Holly’s information. You’ll find other people that we’ve had. You’ll find the keep smiling cards. You’ll be able to tap into that vein of goodness that will allow you to take the shot, to live on vibrant energy, to go forth into the world, to live the blessing, to spread joy, happiness, peace, and love. See you soon. Bye now.

 

Outro: 

Thank you for tuning in this week to The Joy of Living. Please join Barry Shore for another edition of the program next Tuesday at 1 p.m. Eastern time and 10 p.m. Pacific Time on the Voice of America Variety Channel. And as Barry says, give me five. Share this show with five people you love. Bring joy into your heart and love unto others. And we’ll see you here next week.

About Holly Glasser


Holly Glasser originates form North Carolina and is now bi-coastal, between NYC and LA. She is the owner and editor-in-chief of MITH Magazine , both online (www.mithmagazine.com) and print editions. Holly is also an accomplished model, actress, singer, and influencer. She has recently released a new pop single about overcoming strongholds (https://youtu.be/9DYYpsV4mUs). Holly is involved with charity/causes because she is devoted to Giving.