Widely respected for her grab-’em-by-the-collar advice and tough love, Robbins drills through the mental clutter that stands between people and what they want. Her approach is smart, effective and entertaining.
Jim, a Liberty University Alumnus, explains how an Evangelical Christian can be both theologically conservative and politically liberal, and support Bernie Sanders.
It’s a link to the podcast
A powerful insight presented with astute clarity. After you listen to this, watch Bernie Sanders speech on the preceding post.
Leonard Cohen & U2 : Tower Of Song
To: My family, friends, colleagues, and acquaintances,
Each of you have my best wishes for
a happy Christmas season and a healthy 2014.
On the first Monday following Thanksgiving it seems like a good idea to roast a turkey. BTW I had a great family centric Thanksgiving filled with visits and visitors. Color me happy.
A very moving 10 minute segment that reminds me how grateful I am for being here, now. Blessings to all.
What am I getting myself into?
Went up into the White Mountains this past weekend to enjoy time with friends and take in live music at an outdoor party. The weather was perfect. The second day of clear skies, temperature flirting with 90f, with a very light breeze, but also humidity. A quite manageable environment with the wearing of light weight clothing and substantial liquid refreshments.
At these events the weather is frequently a topic of conversation. It’s not unusual to start with “How’d ya make out this winter?” or “Spring broke late this ye-ah around he-ah.” Inevitably the conversation transitions to plants or pests. Overheard, 1 “Did you have many Noseeum’s?, 2 “I didn’t see um.” I heard that the recent temps had been more cool than normal and not many Mosquitoes were around. Well, apparently on the second day of 90f with no rain a new batch of vampire Mosquitoes had joined our party.
These are strong bugs. Even after an overall repellent spray these vampire Mosquitoes will land on your clothing and get at you through your clothing. I’m writing this to alert others and remind myself for my next White Mountains visit.