Loving Your Fellow Man and Woman – You’ll Both be Better Off! WWW.I-NETRADIO.COM Nov 11 Tues

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The Family Dynamic – Trying To Keep Everyone Happy

June 3 Tues WWW.I-NETRADIO.COM The FAMILY: At once the greatest treasure and among the greatest challenges. The relationships between parent and child, husband and wife, and all our relatives. Getting along and living together from a Buddhist and modern day perspective. 1, 4, 7, 10 PM EDT NY 10 AM Los Angeles – 8 PM Kiev – 9 PM Moscow – 7 PM Madrid – 8 PM Athens – 12 Noon Mexico City

An ode to an angelic Russian woman from an American man who will never forget her vision

An ode to an angelic Russian woman from an American man who will never forget her vision


Where were you when I needed you?

I know

By the time I was marching into the cruel and ugly world of business you were not even born

As I started my career you were a little girl in Moscow

And I was eight thousand miles away in Miami

When you finally came to the United States at fourteen I was forty- two

I had no idea that you even existed

As you returned to Russia and became an expert in your field

We were separated by miles and oceans

Again we were barely in the same universe

Only two little dots running through the world

Finally you came here

You made a new life for yourself

And I was doing the same

We were both traveling

On a journey through space

Again your presence was unknown to me

I had met some women

But none were for me

Or maybe I was not for them

Then one day I called a lady

And she said you would be perfect for the venture I was exploring

You answered on the second ring

We agreed to meet across from the Atlantic Ocean

The place was very dark

Candles flickered on the tables

The fountains danced and sparkled amid the wind and lights

I arrived and I called you on the phone

You said were already seated

As I came closer

You rose up and extended your hand

And I looked into your eyes

Without knowing it at the time

I saw the heart of Pushkin and the soul of Gogol

I saw everything wonderful and beautiful that life had to offer

Yours was the most beautiful face I had ever seen

I pursued you

We met we talked

We exchanged messages

Even poetry

But the gap was too great between us

You could never be mine

It was all a dream

Which could never be fulfilled

But to this very moment you are often on my mind

And I will always love you and wonder where you are

And what it is you are doing

Though I am relegated to love you from afar

And see only your image in my mind

You will always be a part of me

I will dream of you and what could have been

If only separated by a few less years in age and a few less miles across the broad expanse of earth

In another life you could have been mine

And I so hope that in the next life we will be joined for eternity

I have not given up the dream nor the love

I love you

And I always will

My wonderful Russian beauty


An unknown author to an unknown woman

Russian Love! Russian Romance! “How to Win a Woman’s Heart”


Russian Love! Russian Romance! “ How to Win a Woman’s Heart” Stephen and Anastasia tell you about that first smile, that first touch, taking a walk, holding hands, the romantic conversation, making a first date, doing the little things, signs of affection, keeping the relationship fun and energized, evolving into love. Sunday Aug 18 at 1, 4,7,10 PM NY time 9 PM and 12 Midnight Moscow. All on WWW.I-NETRADIO.COM the leader in English Speaking Russian Talk Radio.




I Loved You






I loved you; and perhaps I love you still,


The flame, perhaps, is not extinguished; yet


It burns so quietly within my soul,


No longer should you feel distressed by it.




Silently and hopelessly I loved you,


At times too jealous and at times too shy.


God grant you find another who will love you


As tenderly and truthfully as I.






Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin






A woman with a smile




Her head rested on her hand


A scarf wove its way around her shoulders


She looked straight into the camera


And her smile


It was slight


And it was serene


But nonetheless it was a smile




What is she thinking


He wonders, as he looks into her eyes


Is she dreaming


Is she thinking


Is she wondering


Or does she know


Know what it is she is looking for


Or just waiting for it to happen




Is she sure of herself


And of her destiny


Or is she apprehensive


About the things to come


Thinking of her future




Is she to be alone for the journey


Or with a mate


A mate who understands her soul her heart her feelings


Is that what she wants or does she yearn for something else


A life with just her thoughts to keep her company




Maybe she is not sure


Is it best to answer to herself alone


To be the captain of her own course


To think her own thoughts


And write her own poetry




But what is poetry if no one is there to read it


No one to share it with


To understand what she is saying


To care what she is writing


And thinking and doing




She has her thoughts


Many thoughts


Of love of happiness of a future


Of peace


Of serenity




And yet she wants someone to know all this


To know how she feels


To feel it along with her




The feelings of success of defeat


Of sorrow of joy


What are these feelings if there is no one to share them with


Are they without meaning


Without any footprints in the sand






She knows what she wants


And only time will tell if it all comes true


Or if she is left to ponder her thoughts for eternity




James Tucci, Miami, Florida, October 2012.