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url 2021-02-09 10:59
AoL Books Free from the 8th Feb 2021 to 12th Feb.2021
Art of 4 Elements - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Mindful Eating with Delicious Raw Vegan Recipes - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Conscious Creativity: Mindfulness Meditations - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Spiritual Symbols With their Meanings - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Chanting Mantras with Best Chords - Nataša Pantović Nuit

AoL Books Promotions

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New Book Launched

Metaphysics of Sound: in Search of the Name of God, or a Brief History of the World beyond the Usual by Nataša Pantović

Metaphysics of Sound: in Search of the Name of God, or a Brief history of the World beyond the Usual by Nataša Pantović Book

Available for reviews as a Pre-Release copy. Please contact us on PR @ artof4elements.com

AoL Mindfulness Books Promotion Feb 2021

 

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During the month of February we celebrate our Family birthday and we offer our books for free during the week of 8th of Feb. 2021, for 5 consecutive days. 

Source: artof4elements.com/entry/196/aol-books-promotions
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url 2020-09-28 11:47
Happiness is getting praised by senior

It feels good to be praised by a senior. Here are some quotes that reflect the same.

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text 2020-09-08 19:38
Giving You Everything

Giving You Everything

 

This is the first Single entitled; Giving You Everything by Sharon Musgrave from her new EP project entitled Jewelweed. The EP reflects her thoughts put to music, she relates it to the weed that grows in abundance with all it’s healing properties, JEWELWEED. Giving You Everything, is a free download!!! click on the link below if you would like to have the mp3 and spread the word.  https://www.sharonmusgrave.com/jewelweedpt1.html

Sharon Musgrave has a distinct soothing vocal style with with an added blast of wail. She’s traveled the world with top notch musicians. She wrote a top 10 Pop hit called “Fascinating Rhythm,” with Producer, William Orbit Then she accompanied Jazz Musician Julian Joseph on his album Language of Truth.  Her slick musical accompaniment of cool funky grooves, accompanies her jazzy style with positive energy that is consciously tasteful. Her EP drops this September.

#new music youtube https://youtu.be/RDpovftgZ8w

My music genre(s)

soul, urban, urban soul, down tempo, R&B, neo-soul, nu-soul, acidjazz, souljazz, pop, smoothjazz, smooth groove, lounge, chillhop, lofi

My music is for the fans of:

Erykah Badu, Sade, Ari Lennox, Damian Marley

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review 2020-06-17 20:04
Review ~ Awesome!
Soul Walk - Melissa Bowersock

Book source ~ Kindle Unlimited

 

Lacey Fitzpatrick and Sam Firecloud make quite the team. She’s a private investigator and he’s a medium and they take cases where ghosts are stuck on the Earthly plane. Lacey does the research on the person and Sam tires to glean information from the departed. They need as much info as possible to help a soul move on. They’ve gotten pretty popular and now a tv show has come knocking. They could use the money and the advertising, but will the hassle really be worth the trouble? To top it all off, this case has multiple ghosts and one is very young. Sam is feeling this job more than any others so far. Will this case be their undoing?

 

When I saw this book was going to be about a supernatural ghost-chasing team tv show I immediately thought of Ghostfacers from Supernatural. LOL Luckily they are more professional and not as idiotic as Ghostfacers. Much as I love them, they are idiots. Anyway, there’s a lot going on with how to film a show like this and I have to say, it turned out exactly as I anticipated it would. In addition, the ghosts are interesting and heartbreaking. Sam and Lacey are tested in this one and I’m not disappointed.

Source: imavoraciousreader.blogspot.com/2020/06/soul-walk.html
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review 2020-06-14 00:38
Inheritances sellable and not
The Telling - Ursula K. Le Guin

I don't know what it is with Ursula Le Guin, but every one of her books, whatever the rate I end up giving the whole, have at least one instance where she emotionally wreaks me, and it's always exquisite. It's like looking at the page and feel like telling her "Damn, that's one beautiful dagger you are stabbing me with"*

I feel like pointing it out just because in this case, since it happens to clear my 3stars Le Guin base bar with ease to nestle by World is Forest, Forgiveness, and Left Hand. Maybe even like a caveat. Just so I can qualify that I'm biased and it's all emotionally stabbed city here.

And what stabs ME particularly, beyond the punctual sad, is the theme. While at first sight the theme seems to be religion and spirituality vs technologic advance or consumerism, what it's actually about is culture and all the infinite components that make it, and all the ways introducing an outsider element, even with the best intentions, can fuck it up enough for it to devour itself, or at least severely up-heave and endanger, what it's about is balance, and fanaticism, and dogmatic corruption. The Telling is the passing of cultural information. In it's basis, it's words, stories, oral and written, and funnily enough, when it comes down to it, science and religion are part of it, right along with dances, meals, music, rites, customs, history.

That is my interpretation for this book. As a person that loves books, and myths, and folklore, that seats to watch movies and series as a bonding activity with my family, that cleans while blasting music, that was taught religion formally even if never practiced, that learnt my regional dances from my grandmother and uncles, to cook from my grandfather, to love reading from my mother, and science from my father, this is like a love letter received, and like a verbalization of all that strange juggling or balancing act one does inside with all the pieces that make home/root/culture and seem incongruous, or even like they'd require alternate suspense of disbelief and double-though. Culture is a mess, and it's incongruous, and unfathomably vast, and it's made of big and little pieces that sometimes contradict, and it does never really make sense. But it's the ground you stand upon; to try to erase it is to loose your step. And its life-blood is the word.


*(and if you get internet in heaven, I hope you get this... from my catholic raised, agnostic leaning towards atheism ass... which is a bad joke that only makes sense in theme)

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