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This review is from: The Busy Writer: Finding the Time and Inspiration to Write (Kindle Edition)
This kindlebook of The Busy Writer; Finding the Time and Inspiration to Write by Craig. A. Hart contains some invaluable tips for juggling employment with a writing schedule such as; mind mapping, freewriting, creating a habit of writing a certain time, getting it written and allowing oneself to throw a little caution to the wind etc. Craig A. Hart also talks about the delicate balance of planning ahead to a certain point which I admit that I am in the process of working on, info is also shared on finding time and an example of a day outline. I admit that a kindlebook like this is encouraging to someone like me because I actually want to improve my writing for pragmatic reasons. This is the final review this year where I talk about how my educational and family history tie into my writing dreams but I am lucky to have had a late adoptive father who planted the dream seed in my imaginative mind to become a writer when he suggested to me about becoming a writer around the time I was between 11-13 years old. Regardless of whether he was joking or not it was both my late adoptive mother and late adoptive father who also provided the disciplined environment that allowed to me flourish to become class valedictorian in 8th grade. However, unlike most other kids who are pushed into a career andor college path in that situation, my adoptive parents were actually neutral about whether I would go to college or not, become a writer or not, or whether I became a house wife or career woman. Rather my writing dreams actually come from my goals in wanting to improve my writing not just for book writing goals reasons but for also pragmatic/realistic/practical reasons related to my money and career goals. Additionally, my desire to balance a writing schedule with a work schedule is indirectly influenced by my more frequent sleep time dreams I have been having involving me going to school and writing even in my sleep time dreams. I feel that finding out about this affordable kindlebook that is the Busy Writer; Finding the Time and Inspiration To Write by Craig A. Hart on Amazon around the time I have been frequently having these writing and college sleep time dreams are more than just coincidence and possible serendipity.
Meaningful Afterlife Kindlebook,
This review is from: Hacking the Afterlife: Practical Advice from the Flipside (Kindle Edition)
This detailed kindlebook of Hacking The Afterlife; Practical Advice From The Flipside by Richard Martini has written details from different writers that give different perspectives on the afterlife. I do like the healing guidance and reminder that it is possible to recover towards triumph from almost any challenge in life. Deep down I already knew this but it is healing to see that reminder in written form. I respectfully disagree on some of the points made in this kindlebook yet my spiritual heart is indirectly influencing me to give myself more time to revisit some of the points I disagree with that are currently left unwritten. There are various details included such as sometimes when a person dies it is actually common for some men and women to meet family members andor friends andor other members from their soul group from both their current lifetime and past lifetimes, people can be met by their spirit guides, our spirit guides are very supportive and positive even if we veered towards a course different from what we set out to do prior to incarnating, information on the council of elders, it is possible for a man or woman to ask for help in a course adjustment if they are concerned about living their lives in alignment with what their soul/higher self set out to do in their present incarnation, the hall of records, soul groups, pre-life planning, a person can go a thousand years in living in the non-physical realms/afterlife before reincarnating back on earth if they choose to do so, and much more.
This review is from: The Magic of Pray Rain Journaling (Kindle Edition)
This kindlebook of Pray Rain Journaling by Jeannette Maw is a creative guide that takes the concept of the scripting method that allows a person to write their goals and dreams even when time andor privacy is a concern. I also find the technique in this book healing as it is an indirect way for me to help connect me with the intuitive goals of my higher self/spirit. Maw also uses example format to help give a person the idea on how to go about the technique of Pray Rain Journaling.
Heart Centered Film,
This review is from: Date With An Angel (Amazon Video)
This film Date With An Angel is a cute and heartwarming film. The movie plot of Date With An Angel deals with a man named Jim Sanders (Michael Knight) who has a successful career and is engaged to his boss’s daughter Patty Winston (Phoebe Cates). To put it lightly, Sander’s life is not the same after a mysterious looking woman (Emmanuelle Beart) comes into his life and turns out to be angel. There is more to this endearing film including other actors and actresses involved in the Date With An Angel film, yet I want to be considerate of the people who have yet to watch Date With An Angel.
Insightful And Thought Provoking Film,
This review is from: The Adjustment Bureau (Amazon Video)
This film The Adjustment Bureau features Matt Damon as David Norris and Emily Blunt as Elise Sellas. David Norris unintentionally meets Elise Sellas by accident as they talk about the political run that he did. David Norris and Elise Sellas mutually end up being in romantic love with each other but life has other plans for David Norris. David Norris also ends up in circumstances where he meets some men who say that they are in charge of following his life. Anthony Mackie features as Harry Mitchell and John Slattery stars as Richardson, Terrence Stamp as Thompson, three of the men who are tasked with orchestrating certain events in people’s lives. Norris has to keep secret even from those closest to him what has happened to him. For instance, Norris admits to his coworker Charlie Traynor (Michael Kelly) how he is going to miss Elise Sellas in one plot scene but he has to conceal the full story from him. I have to credit the author of the Hacking the Afterlife kindlebook (Richard Martini) for inspiring me with the idea to check out this film. One of the reasons why The Adjustment Bureau film catches my attention is that it plays with the idea of fate versus destiny. Obviously, there is much more to this film as well as other actors featured in this film, yet I know that I must take into account other people looking at this review analysis who are interested in seeing The Adjustment Bureau. I could only speak for myself as I understand that The Adjustment Bureau film is creative fiction, but I personally believe that my own life is a combination of both fate and destiny yet that it is my job to creatively engage both my intuition (instinctive nature) and logic (rational thinking) to wisely decide what areas of my life I am the master of my ship in and which ones I have to creatively meld with my destiny/what is fated.
Heartfelt Muse Song,
This review is from: Starlight (MP3 Music)
This song Starlight by Muse has a very ethereal and spiritual vibe to it. The lyrics seem to be a spiritual type of rock song that seems to be about a strong connection that lasts even beyond death. The indie rock/alternative rock melody of this song seems to also have a meaningful vibe to it as it seems to also be an enduring type of connection.
A Rich Music Variety,
This review is from: 50 Great 2000s Alternative Songs (MP3 Music)
This Amazon music playlist of 50 Great 2000s Alternative Songs contains a variety of alternative rock classics from the early 2000s era; Feel Good Inc. by the Gorillaz, Clint Eastwood by the Gorillaz, Ain’t No Rest For the Wicked by Cage the Elephant, Ocean Avenue by Yellowcard, Move Along by The All-American Rejects, Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol, Young Folks by Peter Bjorn and John, Amber by 311, Are You Gonna Be My Girl by Jet, Float On by Modest Mouse, SOF by Kings of Leon,Steady As She Goes by the Raconteurs, The Middle by Jimmy Eat World, Welcome to the Black Parade by My Chemical Romance, Beautiful Day by U2, Clocks by Coldplay, Seven Nation Army by the White Stripes etc.
This review is from: The Last Tycoon - Season 1 (Amazon Video)
I decided to take a chance on viewing The Last Tycoon episode 1 the pilot of Season 1 after seeing it featured online via the Internet Movie Database. The pilot episode opens with a man named Monroe Stahr (Matt Bomer)who loves his job working for Pat Brady (Kelsey Grammer)but feels conflicted about continuing to go about business as usual when a major project gets caught up in major controversy. Actress Lilly Collins also is introduced in the pilot episode of the Last Tycoon.
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