My meandering research into very important things took me to this most wonderful list of FREE eBooks. The classic Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill is among 'em. Since that's one I've been itching to get hold of free, it not being in my budget, I am happy to have found it, and most happy to share with you the page that has a free download link to it, as well as to many other free eBooks.
The list is provided on the site Heal South Africa: 'A project dedicated to uniting and empowering the people of South Africa, with the goal of peace, happiness and health for all.' Bless them.
I'm insane but... a stranger posted to my latest blog. Asking what
I think about the movie 'Magic Mike'. Since I haven't seen it, I did a quick
look at reviews. Two of my top reviewer sites were natural hits 1 and 2 in
Google (The Guardian and Rotten Tomatoes). The third hit caught my fancy
because of the similarity of the site's name to this blog: The Buzz. (This is
the CBCNews's Arts & Entertainment film review column.)
The Guardian rather disses it but The Buzz and Rotten Tomatoes
give it 4 out of 5: the Buzz's rating seems to be the writer/reviewer's opinion
but Rotten Tomatoes' rating is based on 186 watcher reviews. You can watch it
for $4.99 on YouTube; it isn't available on Netflix. On YouTube you have 30
days to start watching it, and once started, 48 hours of viewing time.
I think this movie
should win critical awards, I do. Nevermind that, but how
incredibly SEXY it is! O-M-sweet-G. It's called 'Lie With Me'. I was looking for 'Lie To Me' on Netflix which is no
longer #!$%! available there, and this was the next result.
Holy moly. Sexy.
The description for the
movie on Netflix is crap. But the review voted 'most helpful' - was. Here it is
(too bad Netflix reviews are anonymous - I like this dude's style):
It's rated R. The first comment on this piece (when it was a page instead of a post, like now) was:
I clicked on a Google ad for 'Anthony Robbins free 5 hours video
coaching'. To the right on the landing page, I put in my email address, clicked
Get Instant Access and was taken to the first 75-minute video.
It's Robbins interacting with a woman in one of his
seminars. Wow, is what I've got to say.
Her tragedy and misery gives me that kicked-in-the-stomach
feeling. And in the face of it, so penetrating and illusion-dispelling is
Anthony Robbins. There's a man whose powers of enlightenment and transformation
have honed with time.
The mind-blowing part comes in the final 10 minutes, with a video
switch to one year later. Now the woman and her husband are sitting across from
Robbins, only these three in the room. The changes in her life are truly
amazing, yet so naturally connected to the breakthroughs we saw her have a year
ago. She looks 15 years younger, at least 10. Her utterly transformed
experience of life is an extension of her visible healing a year earlier at
The woman has humility, love, and a fighting spirit (and not much
else that she could see, back then). And he reaches out to heal every twisted
thing interfering with her expression and experience of her magnificent self.
She is given a road back to herself and a life she can embrace.
She takes it. Running.