Sorry Kristen, this didn't work for me.
Good movie, just not the book
Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress by Steven Pinker My rating: 4 of 5 stars The book is thick, in terms of both size and content.Yes, at almost 500 pages I can see why some other reviewers surrendered and wrote their views on only a few hours of effort. I would … Continue reading Review of “Enlightenment Now” by Steven Pinker
This is not my story, but it is too good not to share.
Because, if we choose to call “an issue” a challenge rather than “crisis”;
Because, we can look at hardship as an opportunity rather than an obstacle;
Because, we can ask, “what did I learn that makes me better?”;
Because, we can take a breath and do the difficult things;
Because, our courage does not depend on the weather,
the economic forecast or a whim;
Because, we choose to know the most significant
elements of life are laughter, learning, and giving our finest effort to each endeavor;
Because of these things, each morning is a pleasure and every day a success.
Dr. Engelmann says, “As a writer and natural intuitive healer, my purpose is to guide others on their path of finding peace within themselves through my writing and sometimes through my practice. To help ‘wounded souls’ open their hearts and shine their unique light upon…
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How an idea became the basis for a novel.
Shakespeare's Landlord by Charlaine Harris My rating: 4 of 5 stars Having finished Harris' Sookie Stackhouse series, I was looking for another series when I came across this in my local bookstore. First, what I liked. The lead character is a strong female. Unlike Sookie, to whom things seem to happen, this Bard takes charge … Continue reading Shakespeare’s Landlord by Charlaine Harris