What Does Oneness Mean to You

What does Oneness mean to you? Here are some thoughts to consider on it. Hey, caring is sharing and have a nice day.

The Good Pride Commentary and Poetry

The Good Pride Commentary and Poetry in this Pocbooks Update Moment

You will appreciate the essence of this beautiful declaration. Notice how it causes you to feel in a positive modesty way. It also involves love for self and others. Did you know this? Then listen on!

This pocbooks update moment was first published on Anchor Published on: June 11, 2020 at 10:30 AM

Friendly Letter Writing Update Moment

Friendly Letter Writing, is it for you? Welcome to this POCBOOKS Update Moment. Because of your familiarity with the subject, this type of letter is written with a relaxed or less formal tone.  You can appreciate the expression, “I let my hair down” when talking with this person.  In friendly letter writing, your heartfelt thoughts give a depth of feeling that is quite okay!


When You Care Reflection

When You Care Perceptive Readers this journal opens with When You Care. Look at this as more of an e-mailed letter I would send to further expound upon a topic. For instance; in August 2019, we discussed by word and deed how sharing is caring. You may say it the other way around, I care, so I shared this with you.

This article was originally post August 21, 2019

Marketing and sharing goes hand in hand. There are certainly a lot of free products, demos, and trial versions we can avail ourselves of every day.

Which has proven to be very helpful! Do you agree?

So here is something I’m wondering about from your point of view:

When a chef or baker gives the public his cakes and pies for many, many days for free, when would you be moved to say, with a huge smile, “Hey, I just love the desserts and pastries you make. How much would your best cake cost again?”

If you would like to respond to this question feel free to send your answers through the contact form. You can also elaborate on the answer if you like.

Thank you so much Perceptive Readers
My References on Recent Podcast and Articles

These are references to statements I have made during the month of August. It gives you a well-rounded view on why topics like these are valuable when the motivation is to help your neighbor out, so to speak. Either way, it helps to expand your mind. Haven’t you heard that said enough in your life? (Chuckle)

Sharing is caring, and Reminding is Caring.

“These thoughts are applicable in most forms of marketing and providing authentic interest for your audience and customers. Also, the effect is they feel valued; and is there really anything wrong with that?

In the elevated form of thinking, it is a form of dignifying a person (human).”

Gil Silberman, Lawyer, founder, engineer on A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste

“It derives from United Negro College Fund, which adopted it in 1972 as one of the most successful public service marketing slogans of all time. The implication is that there were many bright, capable African American youth whose potential would be lost if they couldn’t afford college. Part of the brilliance of the slogan is that there was a lot more segregation back then, with blacks and whites thinking of the other as “them”, and a lot of media portrayal of young black men as angry, troubled, and dangerous. Describing young people as “minds” rather than as charity cases, social injustice, or “at risk youth” changed the dialog, personalizing the matter and encouraging respect rather than indignation or pity.”

Caring is Sharing in Social Media

Have a wonderful August in your heart and mind. – Kind regards, James

*Note the above information will resonate more with entrepreneurs, mothers, fathers, and everyday consumers and internet users for recreation. Big names and established brands often have to use other methods of scrutinizing and sharing content. – Have a pleasant day in your heart and mind!

Sharing When You Care.


Practical Jokes You May Know

The Last Straw and Practical Jokes

Practical Jokes

Looking up practical joke online thefreedictionary states the definition:

A mischievous trick played on a person, especially one that causes the victim to experience embarrassment, indignity, or discomfort.
A prank or trick usually intended to make the victim appear foolish.
A playful trick, often involving some physical agent or means, in which the victim is placed in an embarrassing or disadvantageous position.

Depending on what types of antics he or she carries out to get a laugh, they can make one person laugh and the other cry.
Today, it is necessary to be aware that depending on what an individual has been through in life may cause them to not like practical jokes.

Why not try to respect a person’s feelings in this matter? You just never know what a person is going through. You heard of the saying, “The straw that broke the camel’s back.” The camel can comfortably carry 20 to 25 % of its weight. Though they can carry heavy loads, (beast of burden) there is a point where the camel won’t be able to stand any longer until some of that load is taken off or something goes snap!

Who would want to be that last straw that hurts a person to his or her core where they would be hard-pressed not to break, figurative speaking, and allow all their temper out; allow all their emotions out?

Practical Jokes Conclusion

In some school club association of thinking, figuring out the difference between a light-hearted joke and a practical joke falls on the effect it would have on the receiver.

Light-hearted (fun) jokes allow for everyone to laugh together, including the receiver.

Practical- (Negative and sometimes dangerous) jokes can result in the person on the receiving end of the joke being adversely affected. Too, the crowd laughs at him or her; not with them. Inasmuch, someone really can get hurt emotionally, if not physically.

NOTE: This article on practical jokes came from one of the “TODAY’S INTROSPECTION” posts. It is best to check this section of the website at least once a day.

Beautiful Sound of Healing Part 4

Beautiful Sound of Healing Part 4

POCBOOKS Update Moment Perceptive Readers

This is “Memory of Healing” You will also receive the breakdown components of this story. Enjoy!

FYI Reference Correction of what is stated about the Lion and the mouth. “Mercy Begets Mercy pocbooks update moment”

What is the sound of healing for you? Are you able to help others to appreciate it? This has pocbooks update moment has several episodes connected with it. Be sure to check out the pocbooks.com homepage for articles and features as well

Helping Others and Elevated Thoughts

Perceptive Readers 4 Helping Others and Elevated Thoughts
The first part opening comments on Social Work, Technical problems, and universal facts and principle
The Good Book references
An earthly story (with modest flare)

She Walks With Confidence

Welcome to this POCBOOKS Update Moment. Hope you will enjoy this Sage Poetic Notes category poem called “She Walks With Confidence.”
I hope you will appreciate the open thoughts on a beautiful day I saw before reading the poem; did you experience the same?

Spirit in the Terms of Service Parts 1 and 2

Spirit in the Terms of Service Parts 1 and 2

Understanding the Terms of Service Agreement in Twitter. This applies not only in Twitter’s case but this will help you to know how honest up front (clear) polices is important in all inquiries and transactions.
This is the opening Parts 1 and 2 discussion on the subject of Understanding the Spirit of What is Written and Why?

Mature Humility in the Beautiful Sound of Healing

Mature Humility in the Beautiful Sound of Healing

What is the difference in Mature and Mock Humility? Remember we talked about it in the “Position of Trust” Perceptive Readers Podcast. Let us talk a little more about it