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url 2018-09-21 17:35
Alchemy of Love Giveaways: Free Books and Courses
Conscious Parenting: Mindful Living Course for Parents - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Mindful Eating with Delicious Raw Vegan Recipes - Nataša Pantović Nuit
A-Ma Alchemy of Love - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Spiritual Symbols: With their Meanings (Alchemy of love mindfulness training) (Volume 8) - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Tree of Life - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Art of 4 Elements - Nataša Pantović Nuit

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review 2018-09-11 21:17
Book Review - The True Nature of Energy - Transforming Anxiety into Tranquility by Diane Wing
The True Nature of Energy: Transforming Anxiety Into Tranquility - Diane Wing

How can we embrace nature to enhance our own spiritual well being?  This is a book that gives you very useful tips on how to achieve just that goal. Setting out specific exercises and thoughts to change your life, for example - How many negative influences are in your life? - This could be as simple as removing someone who only calls to pass on bad news or is always complaining to you.

There are exercises that will also help you to feel better about yourself and how to attract positive influences in your life.  It explains why certain places and events affect your mood and character. Why do you go to a certain place to feel better? For me it was a visit to the watch the tidal movements that has this effect.

This is a book that I would like to revisit time after time to gain the maximum results.  An enjoyable, informative read from the author.

 

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review 2018-09-09 16:36
The Lorax
The Lorax - Dr. Seuss

This is my ALL-TIME-FAVORITE Dr. Seuss book! It's definitely in my top-5-favorite of ALL TIE! This is a story about the Lorax, about tree, about nature, and about caring for the world around us. It teaches children many valuable lessons. I would put it at a Level M in the Fountas & Pinnell scale because it is pretty difficult language for young kids to read and comprehend by themselves.

As an activity, I would have students choose their favorite quotes from the book and decode the or explain them. I observed this being done when I was observing in a 5th grade classroom and the kids loved it! Then they got to watch the movie to enhance understanding and they loved it. I was in 9th grade the first time I saw the movie and I thought it was hilarious, so it's really great for all ages.

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review 2018-08-05 18:18
Chesapeake Requiem by Earl Swift
Chesapeake Requiem: A Year with the Watermen of Vanishing Tangier Island - Earl Swift

Forgive my plug, but this is important to me: This book is available at your local bookstore! If you prefer audio or ebooks, I suggest trying Kobo or Libro.fm - or asking your local bookseller. These are options that are similar in cost to Amazon, but support local economies and fairly treated employees. When signing up you can select a participating bookstore and a portion of the sales go to that store at no additional cost.

 

Our regularly scheduled review: I first heard of the problem of erosion in Chesapeake Bay through the story of this house on Holland Island. The story went viral and I, who had always been fascinated with stories of lost towns and cities, read as much as I could find.

 

This book focuses on the remote Tangier Island and the people who live there. Tangier and its population are central to the Chesapeake Blue Crab fishing industry, and most have deep roots on that island. The island is shrinking, from earliest verifiable maps it has shrunk by two thirds since the mid-19th century. Their situation makes them easy to romanticize, and it is hard to think of the homes lost, and the recurring images of cemeteries washing out to sea - many containing ancestors of current residents - is a tragic one.

 

Swift spends a year on the island and does his best to learn about the communities, their history, and profiles several residents. The writing is clear, and if its sentimental, it suits the subject. My problems with the book came with the hard-line conservative ethos of the island and its prejudices justified by religion. The erosion of the island has been a constant for centuries, if not millennia, but it has been hastened by climate change and rising ocean levels. This is something the people of Tangiers refuse to admit. It hardly matters, they'll be swept away regardless, but it bothered me. The island had some notoriety (already forgotten, like so much else) by its strong support of President Trump. He told them not to worry about their island, but is not likely to approve the costly breakwater necessary to saving their island when he has a fascist military parade to orchestrate. They also don't like the gays, so my personal sympathies for them evaporated

 

In the abstract, the problem of how to save a community from rising waters is something that is better addressed now with these front-line settlements then when we find our coastal cities even more threatened then they already are. Swift's account of the island and his point by point narration of the failure to act upon early warning signs is grim reading, but provides an important lesson.

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review 2018-08-03 00:58
Suite for Human Nature - Wynton Marsalis,Charlotte Lampert Diane

This was so beautiful.

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