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Nov 11, 2017

Timmy Hines

Timothy L. Echols

A Gold Star Mother of The Korean War recites her poetic work:

The prophet  that hath a dream, let him tell a dream;
and he that hath my word, let him speak my word faithfully,
Perhaps it was on the tall mountain of Mount Hall Volcano cone came an explosion in a vision in the sub-consciousness of my dreams.   It was tragic dreams of bloody scenes on mountain tops down the rocky hills and valleys of Korea.  The rainfall was a mixture of my weary,  tired teardrops from my swollen eyes for those who were wounded.
All of the survivors of the past Korean war. The forgotten and unknown war.  Maybe Han River flooded with the blood of men in Seoul hospital.  Where the helicopters rushed Tim's limp body from Lempo.  From his own lips came the prophecy of his death on his last day at home at his last dinner, as he walked out of the house.  He had to board the plane for Korea at 9 o'clock pm.  He fell on the floor and said I am going to die, supposedly a funny joke.  The funny joke was not a joke, it became a reality for millions of military and civilian victims of a treacherous war.
Those who have had their lives stolen have left behind a dream.  A story:   Can the religious tradition of the Buddhism, Shamanism, and Christianity bring back precious life to these tortured bodies?  What point and time in my dreams in the past or future is the sign of prophecy.
The DMZ line tells me that what has taken place in the past should not happen again.  I would like to inform you of my dreams of picturesque characters performing dramatically with weapons so complex to handle. I kept a diary of secret forces that killed the innocent in my cold dreams for over 19 years.   
The sound of firing guns reached my inner soul and pierced my heart with grief.  Let us all pray that the violence of men will not bring nuclear destruction upon any one country or land and that war will cease.
The morning sun must still rise on the Peninsula of Korea.  
The prophet  that hath a dream, let him tell a dream;
and he that hath my word, let him speak my word faithfully,

The Edith Hines Poem "Who Can Define This Dream?"


Korean War Tanks

Take the wings of the wind and fly to the scene of seldom a night missed.  Oh! tell me Ancient Babylon with Ancient Culture Kiss, perhaps misjudged "I" the seeking infidel, blow toward my soul the air of bliss.  The answer in which great wise men cannot find. Who is the greatest in the hemisphere yonder? Lift up your signs and wonders - convincingly. Who knows the amount of volumes the superconscious encyclopedias hold and what esoteric knowledge can it hold?
American Solder Captures Korean Combatants
These photos are from the Korean War between 1950 and 1953.  The poems beneath are part of my dreams as demonstrated in the photos.
These pictures will be in my soon to be published best selling book: "A Nations Cry-How The Korean War Started”
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May 11, 2017

Edith Hines, a GoldStar Mother, tells her story about the effect of losing her son during the Korean War. She lost her son on March 17, 1969. 

Mar 1, 2017
The Edith Hines shares her words of wisdom to women.
Edith Hines is the oldest podcaster on the Internet at 86 years old. In this episode, she will talk about the virtuous women of conception in the Bible. 
Edith Hines talks about Sarah the wife of Abraham. She talks about how God blessed her. Even though she was barren God to bless her with the son. 
1 Samuel 1:20
Exodus 2:5-10
Luke 1:39- 
The Edith Hines also recited from her book of poetry
“Book Woman of The Bible” by Dr. Edith Hines
Edith Hines other books are:
Jonesborough Battlefield: Atlanta Campaign and the Mysteries of Peachtree Creek
Jonesborough Battlefield: Atlanta Campaign and the Mysteries of Peachtree Creek
by D.H.L. Dr. Edith Hines (Author)
College Mouse
College Mouse
by D.H.L. Dr. Edith Hines (Author)
Nov 30, 2016

The Edith Hines finds words of inspiration at a time we need it most. In war times and times of terror, "I Hear A Cry" is a poem  that underscores the reasons and results of war.  She showcases women in history that “heard a cry” and service as great examples to follow in difficult times. Edith Hines celebrates the military and how its champions clearly follow these examples. She reminds us that Gods has a way to deliver His people in challenging times. She recounts many women from the Bile that had faults but remained as instruments of Gods will. Listen as The Edith Hines recites her original work in poetry..."I Heard A Cry".


Nov 10, 2016

Edith Hines talks about our purpose and underscores how Hillary Clinton's loss in the 2016 Presidential election can still a lesson of encouragement for you to continue to pursue  your dream. Edith Hines is an 84-year-old podcaster whose life is an example that you can overcome at any age through wisdom, understanding, and knowledge. We can seek it through prayer. The poem Purpose and Dreams is a theme for this idea. A purpose is the revelation of a dream. Stay focused on what to do and how to do it. You are unique and you can be excellent in your purpose and dream. Seek out a role-model to help you with your dream and you will reap a great harvest in due season.

Oct 12, 2016

Edith Hines shares a poignant poem about dreams. This poem was inspired by the life and untimely death of her son while serving in Korean during the Korean War. The Edith Hines is a Gold Star Mother who is an active member of the Maryland GoldStar Mothers.

Sep 24, 2016

"Take Heed Black Man" a poem and Insights by Playwright, 83-year-old podcaster, and GoldStar Mother The Edith Hines. Listen as I resight my poem about Black Men in today's world. This is  a message for all Black Men to hear. "Take Heed Black Man" a poem I wrote when was inspired to encourage our Black Men. I'm Edith Hines, an 83-year-old podcaster, and GoldStar Mother whose mission is to inspire YOU. Share it with a Black man you know.

Sep 18, 2016

You are listening to a poem written by Dr. Edith Hines about our first Black President Barack Obama. It's called A Cry in the Wilderness on The Edith Hines Podcast.  As an 83-year-old Gold Star Mother since the Korean War, I was inspired by our American born Africa-American President to write this poem.


Sep 2, 2016

My life experience as a GoldStar Mother in the military as I travel around the world.

Jul 8, 2016

Edith Hines tells the story of how she overcame the time she was told "you are on your own." As a young woman she asked for help of an icon of success and was disappointed but it did not stop her. She was told "I could help you but I won't. Go for yourself."

This podcast is all about what she did next.