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Comments27/10/2016 #34 Pamela L. Williams#30 Stay tuned Deb. Although I wouldn't call it a happy ending, life is set right, as best it can in the circumstances under which my characters have been placed. Life is full of lessons, we are all tested and we all fail, but sometimes we don't, sometimes we find the path we can take and find peace, with ourselves, with others. "Give me the strength to accept the things I cannot change, change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference". My brother kept this posted on his refrigerator for decades, it was given to him at an AA meeting. The Serenity Prayer. When he passed it was the one thing I insisted be on his marker: Granted Serenity, along with a picture of his cat of course..25/10/2016 #32 María Teresa Redondo InfantesPamela have one children interesting, me to. All this history, to much year a go, have buy on videos, to me 2 children girl, actually haven 26 and 18 year old.
Plus I on carnaval, I have creation clothes Pocahontas to me small children.
Have one super positive vibration of Spanien Maria25/10/2016 #31 Fatima WilliamsDear @Pamela L. Williams this was very emotional and a nail-biter to read. I started reading with a smile and all the characters fell into place and I was still wondering why Running deer hated Nicanol after reading the birth part of the episode. Towards the end I was thinking OMG what is this stubborn child going to do and as I wanted my guesses to be wrong . They were not only right but also claimed two lives instead of what I thought as one.
The loss of a loved one can create such negative feelings and behavior especially when the death is not natural and man-made. I now see why she is treated this way and wonder if Running deer will ever understand that Nicanol has realized the consequences of her action.
Brilliant fantabulous story writing. This one will definitely never cease from my memory.
#Youareawesome #Lovedit #PamelaRocks :)25/10/2016 #30 Deb Helfrich#25 That's what we get in real life. The current imperfect amalgamation of many, many past actions and thoughts. Almost all of which will stay hidden...
But, of course, the question is - even when meanness is justified in some sense by a prior interaction - is it acceptable?
I have held grudges for things unable to be uttered in the same sentence as losing a child. And it is inevitable that there will be individuals who we struggle to get along with - but the poisoning of the clan/community that is an entirely different level of grudge and perhaps one to really be alert for. One person rarely has much of a chance against systemic injustice.25/10/2016 #29 María Teresa Redondo Infantes25/10/2016 #27 María Teresa Redondo Infanteshttp://www.smule.com/recording/barry-white-let-the-music-play-barry-white/339944951_200449971 View morehttp://www.smule.com/recording/barry-white-let-the-music-play-barry-white/339944951_200449971
i am probe song karaoke barry whinte jajajaja catrastofal but join jajajajaaj thank Pamela Close25/10/2016 #26 María Teresa Redondo InfantesWhen you like liste me song on karaoke me voice katastrofal i am learning jajajaja joke ...invite you liste mi song
http://www.smule.com/recording/andrea-bocelli-y-marta-sa-vivo-por-ella-andrea-bocelli-y-marta-sa/279533282_15542975025/10/2016 #25 Pamela L. Williams#18 Ah, so you kept them in reverse timeline! Do you see now why that makes sense? To me it had to be written that way, you had to think about the characters and their actions until this episode and everything fell into place. To me it imbued the story with raw emotion.25/10/2016 #23 Pamela L. Williams#5 I actually tire myself out once I start writing, I can't stop. I sat in a coffee shop Saturday, working on the story and before I knew it four hours had passed. They kicked me out because they wanted to close so I went to one of my favorite diners, had a Western Omelet and worked for another hour. I think I got a bit obsessed. You think?25/10/2016 #21 Pamela L. Williams#8 thank you my friend! It was really hard to write. I got attached to my characters. I want to eventually do a Prequel and tell the full story of Friend of the Wolf and Morning Dove. Something is telling me that needs to come first. When I finish the final chapter you'll see that. Yes, it's already in my head. Wish I could write it as fast as the story comes to me. I could write a novel in a weekend. :-)25/10/2016 #20 María Teresa Redondo Infantes#17 The secret of human existence is not only live, but also know what you live
To you Pamela
Life happens and not one hour stops
Live is live, desire to increase the beats themselves. When it is not so, life is sick and, as is not life
Jose Ortega Y Gasset
They teach us to live when our life has passed
E. Michel de Montaigne
Every being born without reason, it continues for weakness and dies by meeting
The best that nature has given man is the brevity of his life
Pliny the Elder
Peace, love and positivie energíe.
Of Spanie Maríat Thank you realdy25/10/2016 #18 Deb Helfrich#15 It is a definite absolutely love filled set of wows. I am glad I waited in order to read them together. I actually thought I would finish them last night, but I decided to let the first five sink in. I hoped you would be able to see the pattern in my relevanting. I didn't even want to scroll and see any comments my first time through. Excited for the finale!!!
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- Producer14/10/2016Moving on from the Kindle to my Office BookshelfYesterday, I posted the list of the Kindle books I have read in the last year. It wasn't a comprehensive list of the books I read, but certainly generated a lot of great discussion, which books are apt to do.I thought I'd post a photo of ONE of the...
Comments15/10/2016 #6 Alexa Steele#4 Then there's also Sam Tarly and Tyrion Lannister. . . They helped inspire me for this post: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@alexa-steele/good-writing-begins-with-reading-great-source-material
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- Producer13/10/2016What's on your Kindle/Bookshelf/Nightstand?For those of us who love to write, there is typically a corresponding love of reading. Every interesting person I have ever met is a reader.I thought I'd share a list of my recent reads and see if any of you have read them, or if not, consider them...
Comments15/10/2016 #38 Susan Rooks#28 That's my favorite kind of problem, @Kevin Pashuk! I am more of a library kind of person because writers are putting out more books than I can keep up with. I would be broke if I bought too many! And fortunately or not, I am a very, very fast reader. So I go through books quickly. Thanks again for a great post!14/10/2016 #37 Harvey Lloyd#36 I am a person who believes in free will or choices declares who we are. Not unsupported declarations or positions. I am Christian and it is ok if others choose not to be. It was my choice. If I must describe my Christianity by destroying another belief then I would probably be agnostic. Love Jesus but be sceptical of his detractors and followers. Just find your path and believe in it14/10/2016 #35 Harvey Lloyd#30 The Atheist who didn't exist. Was my first choice. I am an extreme I that has adapted to public settings. So i enjoy deep thoughts about how folks can declare anything. One of my favorite questions of those who declare something, "Five years ago you were making declarations, Based on these have you arrived at your destination, are you on the same path? Follow up questions would include: What happened to those declarations? How do you think current declarations will impact the next five years?
The conversation usually doesn't end well because the declarations get exposed as a way to manage current events as opposed to a life long commitment to something. I will let you know about this book, so far, i am enjoying the writer. Whether true or not i am declaring Andy Bannister an I, @Kevin Pashuk.14/10/2016 #32 Jared Wiese#25 #30 I agree with Kevin on the sentiments, @Harvey Lloyd. Another approach I've been trying is looking up a summary and seeing if a book resonates. Probably works better with non-fiction and could be seen as a spoiler, but I also see it as a way to skim and prepare to absorb as much as I can from the book.14/10/2016 #31 Jared Wiese#29 Thanks for the kind words and thoughtful reply, Kevin.
I hope I didn't get too "real" as I thoroughly enjoyed the other comments and ideas in this thread.
I keep hearing about Patrick Lencioni, so will definitely be checking out his works. One comes to mind, "The Five Dysfunctions of a Team".14/10/2016 #29 Kevin Pashuk#22 Great list Jared. It almost appears that you have favourite authors and devour everything in their collection.
I've done the same with incredibly funny books by A.J.Jacobs, inspirational books by Phillip Yancey, and leadership books by Patrick Lencioni. I highly recommend all of these authors.14/10/2016 #28 Kevin Pashuk#20 Thanks Susan. I was ever only scary to my daughter's potential suitors when she was a teenager.
I have bookshelves full of 'real' books. The list above is ONLY the books I've read on Kindle over the last year. It doesn't include dozens of other titles on my Kobo reader (kind of a Canadian Kindle) or the hard copy books, or the Amazon Kindle books over the previous years.
I guess I might have a reading problem...14/10/2016 #25 Harvey LloydI went through three of the books and read the Amazon "look inside" feature. It was a little of an experiment. Do Big "I"'s enjoy the same reading materials. This experiment was totally scientific and has an error bias of 2.93855%:) The three sampled books resonated with my big I and i have downloaded two of them. My conclusions of this study is that I's do share some features across the type, as it applies to reading. We enjoy folks who are realists, opinions that can be supported by more than just emotion, humor that is totally detached from any realism, and finally writers who challenge our way of thinking.
This study along with the rather exhaustive study that Boeing determined a 737 costs eleven cents per passenger mile will still leave you needing five bucks in the latte line.
Thanks for the reading list @Kevin Pashuk. I am deep into the first downloaded book and appreciate your list greatly.14/10/2016 #23 Susan Rooks#21 @Lisa Gallagher, I remember the book although I'm not sure I ever read it. And I am so far from being a true intellectual, it's as though I'm on a different planet. My reading these days is for pleasure, for relaxation. I did my time reading the current books of the day like . . . yes. 7 Habits and all those.
And @Kevin Pashuk, I understand the allure of a Kindle or other electronic reading device! If I traveled as much as I did 10-15 years ago, I would definitely have one because it would make sense. Since a lot of my work is home-based now, I can enjoy magazines, newspapers, and books the old-fashioned way. But your list is still amazing.14/10/2016 #22 Jared WieseOK, since this is going to tell a bit about me, I am going to pick some of my classics.
Stephen R. Covey:
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, including:
-- Daily Reflections for Highly Effective People: Living the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Every Day
-- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families
-- First Things First
-- The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness
- MONEY Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom
- Giant Steps
- Notes from a Friend: A Quick and Simple Guide to Taking Charge of Your Life
- Awaken the Giant Within : How to Take Immediate Control of Your Mental, Emotional, Physical and Financial Destiny!
- Unlimited Power : The New Science Of Personal Achievement
- The Four Purposes of Life: Finding Meaning and Direction in a Changing World (to read)
- The Life You Were Born to Live: A Guide to Finding Your Life Purpose
- No Ordinary Moments: A Peaceful Warrior's Guide to Daily Life
- Everyday Enlightenment: The Twelve Gateways to Personal Growth
- The Peaceful Warrior Collection
- Slow Burn, by Stu Mittleman
- Pain Free, by Pete Egoscue
- Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work, by John Gottman
- The Five Love Languages, by Gary Chapman
- The Power of Now
- Practicing The Power of Now
- Stillness Speaks
- A New Earth
- Getting Results the Agile Way: A Personal Results System for Work and Life, by J.D. Meier
- The Compound Effect, by Darren Hardy
- Eat That Frog, by Brian Tracy
- The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business, by Charles Duhigg
- The Miracle Morning, by Hal Elrod14/10/2016 #21 Lisa Gallagher#20 @Susan Rooks, do you remember the detective and true crime magazines they used to sell in stores during the 70's? When I was a teen I used to buy those and read them. I remember the first book I bought and read because I wanted to, "Go ask Alice." A book about a girl who did psychotropic drugs and had horrible trips from LSD in particular. I can say this much, I never wanted to touch drugs after reading that. I think I was in 7th grade when I read that book. Yes, I'm a true intellect haha14/10/2016 #20 Susan RooksOK, so you are officially -- in my "book" anyway -- one scary dude, @Kevin Pashuk! That is a hell of a list!
On the other hand, I'm probably 30 years older than you are, and I reserve the right to read mostly fiction -- detective and/or other mystery genres -- for relaxation.
But I did spot two books I might want to look at, and if you hadn't put them on your list, I doubt I would have. So thanks! And you're right -- interesting people tend to be readers.
PS: I much prefer paper books. Just sayin' . . . :-)14/10/2016 #19 Lisa GallagherQuite the list @Kevin Pashuk. My kindle is full of fiction books. I also like reading books that are 'stories' of people who've experienced an out of body experience. I have books by researchers on OBE's and consciousness. No one has an answer but my mind has always had this investigative side, maybe that's why I enjoy reading material that has no concrete proof *yet*. There probably won't be any proof in my lifetime. Great topic! Oh and I still read paper back and hard cover books. My favorite paperbacks are inspirational books and yes, some of my fiction books too.
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- Producer05/10/2016B2B Book Review #1: "Driving Demand" from Carlos HidalgoWhile becoming this week an Amazon best seller in the Business Sales category, "Driving Demand" from Carlos Hildago claims to be "a clear roadmap and framework on how B2B organizations can implement change management and transform their demand...
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- Producer01/10/2016Thinking Of Publishing A Novel? Hang On For The Ride.When I mention to people that I write books, often the response is, “ Wow,that’s great! You know, I've got a book in me.” Not to be callous but thankfully, for most who utter those words, it will stay in them!Last Friday night I got a huge rush...
Comments02/10/2016 #27 Paul Walters#18 @Robert Bacal Great points however I live on the island of Bali and as yet my books have not ( and in all probability will never be translated into Bahasa Indonesian. This is NOt a literary society. My publisher ( when they are awake) should do the marketing on my behalf but truth be told I fear my books fall into the "biblio black hole' However, I shouldlnt complain as people in Finland buy the books thanks to the power of the internet!!! Thanks for stopping by01/10/2016 #19 Gert Scholtz@Paul Walters Well done Paul for having your book(s) written and published. On reading your post it appears that the writing, editing, and promotion all take up around a third of the total effort to putting a book out on the market. Related to this - more than two million blog posts appear on the internet every day. To reading yours I can say every time: "Yeah, it was worth it". Thank you Paul.01/10/2016 #18 Robert BacalPaul @Paul Walters Congratulations. That's quite an accomplishment. Take heart that your book might still end up on a bookstore's shelves. That's a cool adrenaline rush to see that. BTW, have you considered doing book signings at local bookstores, or doing some readings at same? Even if book chains won't stock your book in numbers, you may still be able to convince a bookstore manager/buyer to "try you out". Local bookstores are more inclined to support local authors.01/10/2016 #17 Dean OwenQuite a journey. I wonder if there is any room for niche marketing. Are all the niches taken? There has to be plenty of room for edgy romance (Fifty Shades)...Hmmm, got me thinking.... I think you are right though. They say you can't be a petrol head unless you've owned an Alfa. You can't be a writer unless you've had a book published?01/10/2016 #9 Ken BoddieCongratulations, Paul, on getting past 'book'. If anyone ever asks me what else I write I will have no hesitation, thanks to your tale of tortuous tolerance, in saying that I don't write book(s). I am not a patient man but envy yours. I'll be looking out for "Scimitar" at one of my few remaining bookshops.
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Comments27/09/2016 #4 AnonymousI've never actually read this book or anything by Tolle, but Life face planted me in the Now once and it is most certainly a fantastically spectacular place to Live. Society doesn't seem to encourage living that way though so you need a good strong bubble and frequent solitude excursions and a light vest to keep at it. Happily ever after Now to you!27/09/2016 #1 Jared WieseCheck out this great summary by Nik Goeke: