The Daily Walk with Love
At The Daily Walk with Love,
(formerly The Daily Walk with Miracles), we will eliminate
all news and politics coverage except that of strong
human interest, write about Christianity, the new age,
& comparative religion, provide health and psychology coverage, news
& help for the addicted, tech news, particularly about artificial intelligence
(AI) and Linux, stories of interest to the common man, and many
music videos, especially classic rock, alternative and indie, 80’s – 90’s music,
blues, new wave, folk and new age music videos. We hope and pray
you will enjoy our efforts! Please leave any comments you wish and give us
your ideas on these changes.
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September 29, 2017
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The Daily Walk with Love
has Changed its Name and Focus
We are all about empowering and helping
the common man, the poor and “ordinary folks”
The Daily Walk with Love, September 29, 2017, by Paul Evans. The photo of me was taken quite recently (September 29, 2017), in a downtown Wooster, Ohio McDonald’s. I just felt the time had come to do this transformation with my website. I’ve had several days to think and pray about it while I was moving and I had no internet, and I strongly think this is the right move for me. I frankly feel the world is headed into an apocalyptic direction, I’ve prayed (and will pray often) to God about it, but I don’t want to cover it as this “plays out.” In fact, I’ll go further than this. Politics these days is knives out, corrupt and evil. I’ve been covering politics since 2008 and I want no more of it. As Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce (Indians) said, “I will fight no more forever.” What I DO hope to do is provide helpful, encouraging, inspiring and hopeful articles of the sort mentioned in our site’s “tagline” and above in this article’s summary. May God Bless and help us all.
What do YOU think a good direction for The Daily Walk with Love is or would be? If you have any ideas for us, please feel encouraged to leave a comment. My current plan is to take each and every article on our website which is strictly political in it’s message or facts and put it in the trash. (Me being who I am, it’s impossible for me to not be a little controversial, but my coverage of politics basically ends as of now.) IF my messages had been getting out and I had been attaining a wide readership, I probably would have “stood the gaff” and continued doing the absolute best I could to bring you the truth about politics, economics, our government, and what is crying out to be fixed in the world, maybe even how to fix it. That didn’t happen: on my best day I had 2,500 readers. What did happen is that, with no one powerful to protect me or even befriend me, I was homeless five times in the last four years, and actually once was overdosed (killed) with anti-psychotics. (I “came back” somewhat over an hour later on a different floor of the hospital.)
I couldn’t even get anyone rich interested enough to buy the website from me (a donation would be very appreciated, email Paul Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org). At this point all I can really hope for is some sort of more pleasant, more “normal” life, while still running a fun and helpful website I hope you enjoy. I can’t take all that heat all by myself, and no one would get involved or help me. One definition of insanity is where you keep doing something and it doesn’t work, but you still keep persisting in your actions, again and again, long after it still makes sense. Writing and blogging is “in my blood,” it’s just what I do. But I’m through with covering politics. I’m waving the white flag and starting something here a little more “sane.”
There are just a couple of points I hope to make, but I want to give you two articles I believe you will find important: See Poverty, Self-actualization, Maslow, the Hierarchy of Needs and Acceptance, The Daily Walk with Love, September 17, 2017, by Paul Evans: (Discusses the relation between human psychology and human ecology, and its relation to morality, with an appeal to everyone for a more moral future, and in terms of Maslow’s Heierarchy of Need.) and Stockman, Buffet, Soros: At Least 40 Percent Market Crash is Inevitable, The Daily Walk with Miracles, September 15, 2017, by Paul Evans (don’t say you weren’t warned, and authoritatively, too). Now, I’m a man who cares immensely about his fellow man, maybe particularly about the poor and the common man, so let me just “go on the soapbox for one paragraph, a passage from my sidebar, slightly modified:
How to Share Resources
If humanity is to survive, ultimately we must embrace a more sharing sort of economic system. There are just too many people and too few resources to continue as we have been. (It’s not rocket science: too many people, too few resources, therefore share them more intelligently.) One website which provides ideas and concrete help on how to base our own lives on sharing (things as simple as carpooling) is Shareable, which I highly recommend. Another resource is a really useful book called Share or die (Amazon.com, Kindle, $9.99). See Political Ideology versus Caring, The Daily Walk with Miracles, July 31, 2017, by Paul Evans. (Why not work the entitlement money through the churches?)
In conclusion, I strongly want to say, “May God save and keep the common people of the United States of America, and, indeed, the whole world,” in the name of Christ, Amen.
Our video is as usual a YouTube video (God Bless you kind folks), America (1971), at which page the following introduction is made:
America is the eponymous debut album by America, released in 1971. It was initially released without “A Horse with No Name”, which was released as a single in late 1971. When “A Horse with No Name” became a worldwide hit in early 1972, the album was re-released with that track.
The album went to No. 1 on the Billboard album chart in the United States and stayed there for five weeks. It produced two hit singles; “A Horse with No Name” spent three weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard singles chart in 1972 (it peaked at No. 3 on the Adult Contemporary chart), and “I Need You” hit No. 9 on the Billboard singles chart and No. 7 on the AC chart. Several other songs received radio airplay on FM stations playing album tracks, including “Sandman” (long-rumored to be about the United States Navy VQ-2 air squadron formerly based in Rota, Spain) and “Three Roses”. The album was certified platinum by the RIAA for sales in excess of one million units in the U.S.1.Track listing.