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by The Daily Walk with Love George Winston, Winter Into Spring (CD), is unique, folksy and almost classical, and new age, solo jazz piano, and it is enchanting and unique. It’s been said that George Winston’s Winter into Spring is a good album to start your day with, I would say it’s lively and quiet at the same time and gets your juices flowing.
by The Daily Walk with Love OSS (Office of Strategic Services) officers like William Colby, during WWII, took on the toughest, most dangerous assignments, and carried them out with an amazing level of excellence, valor, and skill. Here is a speech of Director Pompeo’s on the 75th anniversary, with a great OSS training video. Donald Trump 2017 “For Jobs, Faith & Values!”Support Your President!
by The Daily Walk with Love Donald Trump 2017 “For Jobs, Faith & Values!” David Gilmour was the former lead guitarist and vocalist for Pink Floyd. “On an Island” from 2006 was the third solo album Gilmour produced after Pink Floyd broke up for the final time. It has a very cool, smooth, enjoyable sound.
by The Daily Walk with Love Thinking and “feeling” from my heart ideas and concepts about the Buddhist concept of dharma, depression, God, success, failure and all about my life. Hopefully we give you some really good music, here, too.
by The Daily Walk with Love God’s strong demand of mankind:If humanity is to survive, ultimately we must embrace a more sharing sort of economic system. Yes, there is a need for economic austerity at this time but the rich must share the burden. Overall, there are just too many people and too few resources to continue as we have been. Restoring the food stamps Read More …
by The Daily Walk with Love The Hillsong United band is a worship band that originated as a part of Hillsong Church. It was formed in 1998 as part of Hillsong’s youth ministry. They have a great and very faithful, sometimes almost ecstatic, sometimes really rocking, sometimes a quiet Gospel sound and this is a great CD we hope you enjoy.
by The Daily Walk with Love Welcome to the New Age, brought to us, actually because of radioactivity, genetically modified food and pollution (insecticides and herbicides), all of which are changing the human genome. But the planets ARE aligning, too (the Age of Aquarius). Here also for you is some wonderful new age fusion music, The Very Best Of 3rd Force.
by The Daily Walk with Love Our coverage of a video of a live “Walk the Moon” performance from the new wave, indie rock group with a new wave sound has links to get music downloads of their newest album “Talking is Hard,” discussion and much more!
by The Daily Walk with Love The Who, who were huge in the late 60’s, and all through the 70’s, and were one of three bands in the British ‘holy Trinity’ of rock. Here is 1975’s “The Who By Numbers, which is a much more personal and introspective selection of songs than perhaps in any other album by The Who (with the exception of “Squeeze Read More …
by The Daily Walk with Love Anxiety, The Health Crisis That’s Crippling Us: Anxiety is a serious and growing problem all over the world. What is often diagnosed and treated as depression is actually anxiety, which is something slightly different. Divisive politics, the threat of war, family finances, drugs, it’s all hard to cope with (with Joel Osteen video)
by The Daily Walk with Love Who are Enigma? Just the best, sexiest, electronic new age ‘project’ (NOT band) lol around. The Red Lounge Mix is cool, spiritual and sexy, the lead singer, Lousia Stanley, is Very sultry and sweet, but this is mostly instrumental new age fusion.
by The Daily Walk with Love Psalms Chapter 7 (Matthew Henry 1710) “The sinner is described, verses #14-16, as taking more pains to ruin his soul than, if directed aright, would save it. This is true, in a sense, of all sinners. Let us look to the Saviour under all our trials. Donald Trump 2017 “For Jobs, Faith & Values!”
by The Daily Walk with Love Is Time Itself Ending? This whole set of “time phenomena” may have something to do with the new iPv6 internet connecting us in a simultaneous reality, while time everywhere on earth is separated into 24 arbitrary and basically “not real” zones of time. Reality now increasingly exists at the same time everywhere in the world. The Buddhists would say Read More …
by The Daily Walk with Love Traffic’s Traffic, their second studio album, peaked at no. 17 on Billboard. AllMusic said it “achieved a strong balance between Dave Mason’s simple and straightforward folk-rock songs and Steve Winwood’s complex and often haunting rock jams.”
by The Daily Walk with Love Life is a real force on earth, this “oasis in space,” and it is Holy & should be reverenced. Life a good part of the Logic of the universe, or the Divine Logos. In a sense, everything is alive, it all has mass, motion, charge and vibration, which is the biological definition of life. Love is.
by The Daily Walk with Love A Miracle for Humanity? Green Spring Mint (or Blue Mint) Mouthwash, Tincture of Iodine, & Oil of Cloves, Novocaine & Anise in Anbesol or else Monster Ultra Blue Kills the Herpes (simplex) and Other Viruses, and May Help with Bacterial Infections
by The Daily Walk with Love PEACE, and AN INSPIRATION FROM GOD: It occurred to me: Given that we can now produce artificial stem cell blood, involving no abortion, why NOT take this very youthful, very germinative blood (which is LIKE embryonic stem cell blood) and do full blood transfusions with it for old people, and really a whole lot totally rejuvenate them. But this Read More …
by The Daily Walk with Love The Alan Parsons Project, with the core of Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfson, never were a huge commercial success, although their ‘Eye in the Sky’ album won them a following. You could describe them as “esoteric, progressive rock.” It ALL sounds great to me! Here is a great album, “Pyramid, (1978)” with many resources for you.
by The Daily Walk with Love What it was like at the Haven of Rest homeless shelter and on the streets in Akron & Wooster, Ohio: If you are an “average” American, this could happen to you too: you are just one major unexpected expense away from the sort of experience I have related. Could you affluent folks for God’s sake find some Christian compassion Read More …
by The Daily Walk with Love The Who, who were huge in the late 60’s, and all through the 70’s, and were one of three bands in the British ‘holy Trinity’ of rock. Here is “Love reign o’er me,” (by The Who), a rockin’ video playlist.
by The Daily Walk with Love Oh SURE, let’s fluoridate the water. While we’re at it, in our pure greed we can hydro-frack using hydroflouric acid, reuse the wastewater and so produce chlorofluorohydrocarbons which destroy the ozone!
by The Daily Walk with Love Badfinger is a really great British rock group who had four consecutive worldwide hits from 1970 to 1972, and this is a really worthwhile performance to listen to.
by The Daily Walk with Love Who are Enigma? Just the best, sexiest, electronic new age ‘project’ (NOT band) lol around. And LSD is their BEST album. The lead singer, Lousia Stanley, is Very sultry and sweet, but this is mostly instrumental new age fusion.
by The Daily Walk with Love U2 is one of my very favorite bands and I have been blessed to know Bono personally on Facebook. I would describe them as having a great alternative rock sound with lyrics that are intellectually and emotionally challenging.
by The Daily Walk with Love Pope Francis on mercy and forgiveness: The pope “noted how God is waiting for us to open the doors of our hearts to God, and said that we must have the certainty that He waits for us as we are, not as we are told we ought to be.”
by The Daily Walk with Love The Rolling Stones are out of fashion and no longer receive the FM airplay they always had before a few years ago. But Sticky Fingers is one of their best albums, ever, and shows why they fully deserve to be included in the Holy Trinity of British Rock. Find out yourself.