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Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Books: Bliss or Burden

  Is there a book dilemma going on via a never ending conversation about the ever so possible book endangerment? Yes, there is, and it has been going on for quite some time. The advent of electronic reading devices, or ebook ereaders...

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Celebrate World Book and Copyright Day

April 23rd is also known as International Day of the Book to those who celebrate World Book and Copyright Day. It is meant to promote authors, readers, publishers, and protection of intellectual property by copyright. The global holiday is an occasion for renewing...

Health
by footloose
8 years ago
Secrets of Longevity Book Review

Whether you'd like to live to 100 or not, this book is well worth the read. It is about good health on all levels (mental, physical, spiritual, emotional), and how to start from the present to get healthy. Both Eastern and Western teachings are transmitted in an easily discernible way.

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
The Shadow of the Wind: A Novel Review

This book allows for great readers to rejoice, and know that literature written this well is a rare treat to savor. One can note passages that are already carried within those soulful recesses of the heart.

Certainly one can learn some new words in this rich...

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Library Volunteering: A Dynamic Service

There are more library volunteer opportunities than ever now. It is a great time to share your skills, learn more, and enjoy the rewards of this dynamic service.

Technology
by footloose
7 years ago
The Source Field Investigations: the hidden science and lost civilizations behind the 2012 prophecies, a Book Review

There is so much hype about 2012 that it is confusing to sometimes see any truth in the ancient prophecies. David Wilcock has certainly written a fabulous book with many years of solid research with the science backing it up. The Source Field Investigations is about more than the activation of the third eye, although the pineal gland science is fascinating.

Entertainment
by footloose
7 years ago
J.K. Rowling Changed the World

J.K. Rowling became the first author to earn a billion dollars for her books! She gave the world her love of the written word in the fantasy series of Harry Potter stories.

Travel & Places
by footloose
8 years ago
How to Renew a US Passport

Renewing a US passport is quite a detailed experience. The rules do change occasionally, so be sure to stay well informed before your due date, and do renew by mail if possible.

There are two passport items to know about. One is a passport book and the other is...

Lifestyle
by footloose
6 years ago
Beginners Guide to Research - Part 1

Research is so important for verification of facts and clarity about any topic one may have. It does allow for better decision making and more knowledge. Initially I made some mistakes, eventually I came to trust a few, and joined their classes, and gained a wealth of knowledge and practice.

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
How the Digi Novel Matters

According to the Macmillan Open Dictionary the digi-novel is a noun that is defined as: a publication which combines the three media of book, movie and website. That has been the correct definition of the current story make-up in the writing/reading world today, so it is what I use for...

Travel & Places
by footloose
7 years ago
Travel Therapy: A Book Review

If you have a desire to travel, even if you cannot afford it in the present economy, this book is for you. It is chock full of travel therapy trips and information to soothe and enlighten your needed therapy!

History
by footloose
8 years ago
The Gospel of the Beloved Companion, Book Review

This gospel of Mary Magdalene, from a Greek text (1st century), speaks volumes to the true possibility of what part Mary Magdalene shared in the life of Jesus. The text is only 44 chapters of beautiful and joyous good news. It makes so much sense...

Entertainment
by footloose
7 years ago
Mary Kingsley: Among Women Who Changed the World

Any person changing the world may not be aware of it while doing it. Mary Kingsley was a woman of great intelligence and no formal schooling who managed to become an authority on West Africa.

Health
by footloose
8 years ago
Depression and Self Help

This is the season for depression blues. Most people are not shielded from a state of feeling sad. It affects the way you feel about yourself, others, and things. These winter months have shorter days and longer nights, and some people...

Lifestyle
by footloose
9 years ago
Centering Prayer Leads to Centered Living

An early meditational, devotional Christian practice has been revived to a current practice now called Centering Prayer. Three monks from St. Joseph Abbey in Spencer, Massachusetts headed the revival. Thomas Keating, Wm. Meninger, and Basil Pennington are credited with the modern emergence of the practice.

The great thing...

Lifestyle
by footloose
9 years ago
Buckwheat: Missing the Buckwheat

I have noticed that food stores carrying gluten free flours are missing the buckwheat. Usually, when I inquire about the absence, a fuss is made to go look on the shelf (because of course, I couldn't be right), and a finger is pointed to a package of buckwheat...

Entertainment
by footloose
8 years ago
I Am of Irelaunde: A Novel Review

This story is very easy to get enchanted by, while at the same time pondering if it couldn't be true history. Celtic wisdom and Druid mysteries abound in this wonderful book. It presents a story of (Saint) Patrick from a rich setting of...

History
by footloose
9 years ago
The Knockout Dropper: 75 Combat Missions

Recently some articles and books about World War II have got me refreshing my history about a specific B-17F that was considered a first and only bomber to have come through the war fairly unscathed. The mission most interesting to me was the 50th. The American crewmen...

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Coffee Rationing During World War 2

November can be a tough month for many since it is the beginning of the holiday season, and that intensifies the economical woes because consumers now have to learn to tighten the budget. Can you imagine going without coffee? Can you imagine having...

Lifestyle
by footloose
7 years ago
Is There a Best Anti Aging Way?

We are inundated with staying young in this global village of the 21st century. Everyone has a secret best anti aging product to sell. Is it all hype, or a state of mind?

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