Dear Perceptive Readers, It is my pleasure to share with you another communication tool for office mode time during the week. Well, it can be used for anytime; yet, as a reminder, my Office Mode means this:
Office Mode: As you notice the huzzaz platform videos on the pocbooks.com home page, feel free to contact me here when you see the office mode used during the week. I will most likely answer/respond within the hour. You can contact me by www.minds.com/POCJL/ or by e-mail email@example.com or by https://t.me/perceptivereaders ( The Perceptive Readers Group)
What is this Telegram tool again? “Telegram is a freeware, cross-platform, cloud-based instant messaging software and application service. The service also provides end-to-end encrypted video calling, VoIP, file sharing and several other features.”
If you didn’t know, now you know. Have a great day. James Lynch Writer, author, and podcaster
Welcome Perceptive Readers to Sade Pearls and music lived.
Have you ever wondered why music has a long-lasting effect on you? You may not have to think too much, because you feel much! – James
Sade is a singer whose music stays in the time capsule of your heart. Are you aware that Sade’s music carries so much strength and meaning; it causes the young men of age to wake up from the immaturity of the teenage years, if they can set aside all that busy energy wrapped up in them.
The above statement may be a passing viewpoint for some, but turns out to be reality for others.
Sade’s music and performances over the years have been on a whole step of elevation higher especially in tone.
Young Men and Young Women
Has anyone ever said, “You have to try this at least once in your life.”
Sade’s music belongs in this request. In times past, I would highlight several videos in these commentaries so you can receive a well-rounded view of the artist’s singing style and performances. For this, I am focusing just on one video for you because it is well-rounded with Sade’s pitch, tone, womanly beauty, and the power of her mind’s singing thoughts. How hers travel: Sade’s “Pearls”
A true testament to a body of work that through its evolution captured hearts irrespective of age or creed.
The stunning boxset containing Sade’s six studio albums to date.
Sade Creative Expressions in Product of Culture
“Sade’s elegant look and cool sound have made her…music’s most stylish female star” – Quoted from the Sophisticated Lady article (80s Period) By Charles S. Murray
During the year of 2020, I highlighted Sade’s videos to you Perceptive Readers in my ongoing effort to not only share great talents with you, but also to provide the sense of what humans are able to develop in knowing wisdom and love. When we are clearly able to express ourselves, there is a peace that comes with it. At the very least, you know what dignity is and why it should be respected in everyone. Be alive with consciousness. May you always keep these thoughts in your pearls of wisdom. – Best Wishes, James
Description of book “Graduation Day with Poetry Flare”
Narrator Open: This is a Happy and Special Day! It is once again my pleasure as well to share these writings with you that we hope will stay with you forever. And we do mean forever! By the end of this book, it is the goal to keep the bright light of learning burning evermore brighter. If you allow yourself to be surprised by each new section, the appreciation on this special day will never leave you. Of course, you are saying, ‘I will never forget this day.’ Yes, we who have experienced joyfulness of such special days know exactly what you mean and is certainly in agreement. Hence, the outcome is for further edification that cradles what you are feeling right now. Read or listen along now on just how this profound statement of experience also has meaning for you.
The Perceptive Readers Podcast
Hope you will listen to a few of the Perceptive Readers Podcast and share if you like it.
I’ve had an absolutely MAD time performing in so many different parts of India during the past month! So to celebrate my channel hitting a Million subscribers, here’s a preview of what I’ve been up to lately. Hope you all enjoy it ❤ Lots of Love, Shirley Shirley Setia
If you have followed her since that period, it has certainly been alot to see from this young lady. In this Thursday Social Media Sharing you can now check out Shirley’s new show:
Sundays With Shirley – Episode 4 || Veg Masala Pulav by Shirley Setia
Social Media has always been designed for sharing — so share.
When the articles and events have a hyperlink with a featured image; that is supposed to be shared as well. What company, musician, singers, doctors, entrepreneurs, and models do not want to see their brand shared? Let’s place impetus on for years since the beginning, this is what technology and Social Media Sharing has been all about sharing and still is with online chats from time to time! It is used for customer service as well! What a great use of technology!
William Shakespeare was born in the year 1564, Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom. The man’s plays, (e.g. Romeo & Juliet) are known world-wide. A writer’s soul often hopes to touch another’s life in a way that reveals we indeed are all connected by L.O.V.E. and not just DNA. There are many dramas, plays, and poetic writings that never grow stale in accomplishing such elevated thoughts and purpose. William Shakespeare’s literary work has been a staple in curriculum for centuries.
“While William Shakespeare’s reputation is based primarily on his plays, he became famous first as a poet.” – Poetry Foundation https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/william-shakespeare
“Like most Elizabethan treatments of love, Shakespeare’s work is characterized by paradox (“She’s love, she loves, and yet she is not lov’d”), by narrative and thematic diversity, and by attempts to render the inner workings of the mind, exploring the psychology of perception (“Oft the eye mistakes, the brain being troubled”). The poem addresses such artistic preoccupations of the 1590s as the relation of poetry to painting and the possibility of literary immortality, as well as social concerns such as the phenomenon of “masterless women,” and the (to men) alarming and unknowable forces unleashed by female desire, an issue that for a host of reasons fascinated Elizabeth’s subjects.”
What does poetry mean to you? There are a lot of places you can go to hear poets read or recite their best poetic creation. Are you a reader of poetry? Do you visit hole/hide away in the wall cafes and restaurants in the late afternoon – early evening hours to hear these budding artists? Typically, for the astute establishment’s manager with a modest budget, there will be a band or two to mix up the program during the night. Yes, if you are a reader of poetry, then most likely you would enjoy hearing these writers of the mind’s universe recite their poems with flavor, pitch, pace, and power! The atmosphere and setting, when arranged just so, bring out the best in the artist; in return, your audience will leave your establishment feeling their best. At the very least, feeling they received their currency worth and will tell others about your restaurant or cafe.
Penne Cole Reviews Cambodia Tasty Dishes Yes, we are going to talk about a favorite subject for many today. Food (Laughing with you). Why? Because Penne Cole wrote a two-part article on Cambodia cuisines. Just think about it. When you hear the word Cambodia roll from someone’s lips, are they usually talking about some of best mouthwatering dishes they have ever tasted?
In reviewing my history on the subject of Cambodia, if it were not for Penne and her blog, the conversation of food would not be front and center in mind. Now, aren’t we happy to know about the penne4yourthoughts.wordpress.com website?
As a recap, for new readers, Penne Cole is a prolific reader and writer with style! Every so many months, this (Product of Culture) website likes to highlight some of Penne’s recent posts, so the new readers are made aware of why Penne and her blog are both neat personalities to become acquainted with for information on several subjects.
As stated in the title, Penne has some FYI on nice places to eat at in Cambodia when you are in that neck of the woods; so to speak. Check out: A foodie’s guide to Cambodia
Penne Excerpt: “I’m not sure how we came across Sovanna, but when we arrived, the place was packed with locals with not a tourist in sight – a great sign. The barbeque was going at the front of the restaurant and you could choose from a variety of different cuts of meat. The locals make a sauce out of lime juice, soy sauce, garlic and chilli. Once your meat arrives, simply dip and enjoy. We ordered the spicy chicken, which was amazing – tender and juicy and very fiery. For us, it was the best bbq in Cambodia. “ READ MORE
In Penne’s A foodie’s guide to Cambodia (Part 2) she opened with: “Before going to Cambodia, I asked my family where to get the best food in Cambodia. My brother had lived in Phnom Penh for six months and my parents had visited the country a couple of times. Their answer was depressing:” Find out the response and more of Penne’s experience. READ MORE
Penne Cole the Professional Profile ‘My name is Penne Pullen and I’m a management consultant by profession. I started this blog when I took a year off from work to finish my Masters in Business Administration in France. I loved living in Europe and took advantage of every travel – and eating! – opportunity I could find.
I also love to eat. One of the best parts of travel is sampling the local cuisine! They say the key to a man’s heart is through his stomach, but I say that the window to a culture’s soul is through its food.
As a freelance writer, my work can be found on Constant Content. I’m also available for custom writing assignments, so please reach out through my Facebook site below. ‘- Penne
Sharing is caring: Penne Cole Reviews Cambodia Tasty Dishes
G’day Perceptive Readers, Here is a special Thursday, and Sunday sharing report:
Name: Robert Woodson Subject: Race in America: Economics Video
As you can see from the topic above, it is a recommendation noted that empathetic citizens give heed to and proactive steps.
What are these proactive steps? Well, this is what makes this sharing topic so special!
The Hippocratic Oath: Our Devotion to the Science and “Art” of Medicine
Below, I have placed the following report’s description and audio for you to fully contemplate the following when in medical and other trusted fields; “Love Does Not Harm His/Her Neighbor.”
Therefore, in such professions, “Love is not sacrificed for the sake of efficiency.”
We Learned From A 20 Century Tuskegee Experiment Perceptive Readers Podcast Topic and Elevated Thoughts on the matter. See “Position of Trust” In 1932, the Public Health Service, working with the Tuskegee Institute, began a study with an objective that was clear on the surface, but how the research study implementation was carried out in manner in which ethics came into question.
In this Perceptive Readers a Journalist Report is Discussed:
Bad Blood: The Hidden Horror of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study By Beth Colman August 10, 2020 www.mentalfloss.com
You may want to search the four part series as well: The Lion Leader and Sage Part -Article Podcast This journalism Tuskegee report is briefly referenced there as well; while an additional story mode example is used
Dignity Quantum Source Poetry and Have a Great Day
Dignity Quantum Source Collaboration: Raven Poetry and Sages Poetry Collection Note Special Words (Lyrics) References in the article at the pocbooks.com website How Did God Bring Man To Life? NIV, Genesis 2:7 Then the LORD [JEHOVAH] God formed a man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being. Brackets Placed By Poet James Lynch
Parts of this article were originally posted in the Year 2013 as “Dale – A Powerful Yet Gentle Horse.” This year, with a few edits here and there, it is a pleasure to spruce up the article’s sweater! Lauren Thank you so much for the interview!
Throughout history, horses have worked with men and women to accomplish tasks. Depending on the owner’s preferences, horses have been used from “beast of burden” to royal chariot carriers. Sadly, at times, they have been used as weapons of war. People have different views on how intelligent these animals are. Some say they are temperamental. Still, horses are fast learners when they have owners who are correctly teaching them and consistent in their methods. The way a horse is talked to and treated has a significant bearing on its ability to learn. A horse associates tone with commands. It is not only what the trainer says, but how he or she says it. So in another way of saying it, horses emotionally associate different commands in positive and negative ways.
Listen to Lauren, horse owner, share her equestrian experience with (Glebedale) Dale. Her experience with training and jumping horses gives helpful advice on the treatment of these creatures and how they are reciprocal animals.
What is Dale’s personality like?
Lauren says: Dale is quite a nervous horse when you work with him in the stable. He doesn’t like his face being touched and things like that, but he is the gentlest of horses, especially when you are riding him. He is such a gentleman and will do anything for you.
Question Lauren we have heard people use similar expressions, “the gentlest of horses” before when they are riding a horse. Give us more of how Dale’s temperament is when he is not in riding or competition mode.
Lauren says: He is so friendly as well and follows me around the stable or the yard and leans his head on me as if he is giving me cuddles. When I am upset, he always seems even more comforting as if he knows I am sad. He is just like a best friend as he seems to listen to everything I say.
Question Lauren What do you feed Dale and how much?
Lauren shares: Their ideal weight depends on the breed of the horse really, you can tell by looking at them if they are overweight or underweight. Horses are always out in the fields grazing but when we bring them in we give them a big feed, and in the winter they also get hay out in the field.
Thank you, Lauren, for sharing your equestrian experience with us. It shows why horses have been used throughout history to help men and women in farming and transportation. By listening to people like Lauren, we find out horses are not just instinctual but they have feelings that endears them to you.
Perceptive Readers welcome once more to Thursdays Social Media Share Featured Pick
Social Media Sharing Thursday! POSTED October 29, 2020 Do you remember these names and posts from last year?
Social Media Sharing Pick Thursday Sage Innerarity
Social Media Pick Thursday James A Hill
This week’s pick LionLoversHub You may not be surprised for the pick this week, FYI
History of Social Media Sharing Thursday
I will post a video and Instagram link of a poet, artist, professional, graduating students, and yes, a paragraph or two why this video or instagram caught my attention.
Really, as you Perceptive Readers know, often we both notice the same interesting points and thoughts; even though we express it in different ways at times.
The Choices of Joy These Social Sharing Thursdays were a highlight for many in the year of 2019. It ran for two months. Did Thursdays not cause your day to experience a deep thought, if not outright joy?
What a better reason to run it for 4 months starting here and now in September of 2020
The Links Posted
You will most likely see the choice shared early in the mornings and posted to the Product of Culture groups and Social Media throughout the day!
Dear Perceptive Readers, as you can see by your inbox on this Social Sharing Thursday, you have or will be receiving this weeks pick. This notification is to make you aware of my articles posted on additional platforms this week!
Hope your Thursday bring you pleasant meals and smiles. Kind regards, James