Here is something that is quite beautiful to watch. Enjoy!
In July 2006, a short 3-minute movie was launched on the Internet called The Dash. Since then, over 40 million people from around the world have watched it; and over 20,000 a day continue to watch it as a result of people passing it along.
The movie has been more successful than anyone could have ever imagine.
More importantly, however, it has inspired many, many people to reflect on their lives and ask that all important question, 'Are my priorities where they should be?'
Watch How You Choregraph the News: By: Marjorie Tietjen
Marjorie Tietjen has written a very interesting essay concerning media propaganda.Read what Marjie has to say by CLICKING HERE*Marjorie Tietjen is a freelance investigative journalist with a B.S. in nutrition. She writes on various topics but has a special interest in public health, education and awareness. Her writings can be found online and in several print publications.
Beautiful Strauss Waltzes
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Beautiful Riviers Maya, Mexico
Norm Goldman, Editor of Bookpleasures.com and Sketchandtravel.cominterviews 2 experts on Riviera Maya, Mexico.To read about this beautiful area click HERE
Beautiful Jim Key The Lost History of the World’s Smartest Horse
Author: Mim Eichler RivasISBN-10: 0-06-056704X (pbk) The following review was contributed by: Shelley Bueché: Click Here to Read More of Shelley's ReviewsThis fantastic book is sprinkled with magic, a galloping romp of a tale about Beautiful Jim Key, a horse, and Dr. William Key, a horse whisperer in the truest sense. Riv
Cover to Cover: Creative Techniques for Making Beautiful Books, Journals & Albums
Click Here To Purchase From Amazon Cover to Cover: Creative Techniques for Making Beautiful Books, Journals & AlbumsAuthor: Shereen LaPlantz ISBN: 0-937274-87-9 There are a couple of things which set "Cover to Cover" apart from other bookmaking titles. One is that the finished products in "Cover to Cover" are intrinsically works of art as opposed to books created for secondary purposes, such as the majority of those found in books like Marie Browning’s...