Aura Reading David Fahrenthold, let’s celebrate one of my favorite reporters at my newspaper, The Washington Post. I’m so proud of that paper, admiring so many talented reporters, opinion writers, and more on staff.
Especially I’m thrilled that, yesterday, David Fahrenthold won the highest honor in journalism, a Pulitzer Prize.
BTW, with announcenment of this year’s Pulitzer’s, I’m proud of another paper. The one that failing President Trump has called the “failing” New York Times. Like David Fahrenthold, three Times reporters scored Pulitzers. CONTINUE READING →
Yes, really! That’s where to start aura reading, with the free introductory workshop. Five lessons. Much knowledge and zero obligation!
After finishing “Aura Reading for YOU” then you can decide if you’re ready to go on to the full workshop, “Aura Reading Online Workshop.” Today’s blog post answers seven Q&A’s about it. CONTINUE READING →
Natalie Portman Aura Reading — have you been curious about her performance? Are you wondering, will she win her second Oscar? All the more fun for us, doing today’s aura reading movie review!
Certainly I’ve been wanting to give you that energetic literacy research. Her acclaimed performance is favored by many. Will she win the Oscar this Sunday. Besides, I’ve admired her work for so many years.
Beyond that, Americans of a certain age can remember: Where were you when you learned about Kennedy’s death? Perhaps you can relate, Boomer Blog-Buddies from the U.S.
Film buffs may debate all this at great length. However we aura readers have an advantage. (Whether we’re film buffs or not, actually.) There’s nothing like aura reading movie reviews: We can get to the heart, the stomach, the lungs of a performance. CONTINUE READING →
Ever hear the traditional Chinese saying about “Three Wise Monkeys”? Now it’s so obsolete. Moral culpability means saying what is wrong or doing what is wrong. Or withdrawing from necessary action.
We can find a wiser course than to “See no evil. Hear no evil. Speak no evil.” Find a greater wisdom than “Hold our noses at moral culpability.” Sure, what’s happening in America today is sad, even tragic. Nonetheless, we can do better than the old monkeys routine.
For Starters, Please Find Some Joy Today
Here in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., the skies are cold. The temperature, grey. CONTINUE READING →