Rumble it Here
There are many recreation aspects to the matters that stimulate our hearts and minds in this earthly plane. In this video we discuss StarTrek and commentaries about it. You can rumble and share it here
Keep Doing The Best You Can
This is a POCBOOKS update moment. What are you considering today? Here are a couple of thoughts that will sit well you and a nice beverage. Coffee, Cocoa, whatever choice is to start the day, have a wonderful one
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Rumble — A Peace Officer Surprised Humor. Welcome to this Pocbooks Update Moment People in every profession have personalities that will crack you up at times. We just have to give people a chance.
One of The First Principles We Learned from our parents and guardians. Does this not only bring back memories but the importance for the present and marvelous future?Embed Code
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From the 2012 notebook archives
Advice and Opinion
It feels good when a person knows and trusts you enough that your advice is valuable. How do you determine whether you can trust someone or not? Is it from the feedback of his/her friends or do you take the time to know the potential friend yourself?
Underestimating someone can cause a person to miss out on something good. Inasmuch, placing a person’s reliability too high a level that they cannot live up to also bring disappointments.
Here is a familiar saying: “You can’t judge a book by its cover.” This means no matter what the color of skin may be, height and width of the body, or facial features; we have to see who the individual is inside.
Would you say I am far-out on my thinking in this area?
Perceptive Readers, do you remember this from the July 8, 2015 James Lynch writings archives?
Why did Dr. G. Small write The Memory Prescription?
The Memory Prescription is a book designed to help improve the brain’s memory. Written by Dr. Gary Small, his tested techniques are put on paper in order to improve your memory within two weeks. Fourteen days is a small price to pay to improve and maintain a sharp memory throughout our lifespan.
Dr. Gary Small has years of experience. His colleagues also vouch for his expertise and the benefits of his program. The program helps you to feel mentally and physically younger. The preface in the book will catch your interest by what he says in the first few lines.
He, like you too, acknowledges that many health and conditioning programs focus more on how the physical body looks. Men and women also desire for their physical enhancements to make them strong. What about the brain’s fitness? Therefore, Dr. Small’s motivation is to help interested readers to improve both, mind and body; but clearly the program will exercise your brain more. The Memory Prescription is an “aggressive” program intent on giving “immediate results and long term benefits.”
Sounds like an interesting program! Here is another thought explained in the book that some may view more as a working hypothesis. Certainly, the judgment in this area will belong to the individual engaged in this step-by-step program. Still, Dr. Gary Small claims the program raises your defenses, almost like a bulwark, against illnesses associated with aging.
How many people today are looking for prescriptions to stave off arthritis, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and diabetes?
The Memory Prescription, an interesting read, written with helpful\healthful intentions.
Star Trek points to a time when reason and communicated good thoughts have won over the opposing forces of the two. Here is an in-depth discussion into the effect of Gene Roddenberry’s creative expression on humanity in the western lands.
Speaking True Even Symbolically. This is a discussion on the Good Book. Many are not aware of this subject that is serious but talks about True Freedom in Quality of Life as well as the outcome.
Rumble — This is Part 3; in this 4 part series we talk about success. What meaning does success have for you? How does it affect your daily view and outlook? In this brain storming discussion, it is to have you think about how people view success and what routines their daily take in life. Considering Whatever It Takes and are there exceptions to this view?