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  • Bjg2012 - Fascinating

    Well written. Provides a clear picture of how the followers split after Jesus' death into two completely separate belief systems. The result might have been quite different if the Jerusalem group had survived to challenge Paul's vision which was not at all popular with the largest share of new Christians. The blame of Jews for the death of Jesus also would not have taken root and caused centuries of false blame and hate that lingers, in some areas, to this day

  • Danaii - Wonderful product.

    I received a free sample from Smiley 360 and tried it out. I have used Abreva in the past but the numb on contact with Orajel is so much better. It really allowed me to get the medicine where I needed it and within 2 days the sore was gone. I'm no longer dreading the cold weather.

  • J Martin - hits the mark

    A very good eye view from a " grunts " point of view. Written in the vernacular of the times. Almost puts one on the battlefield.
    I've been to Gettysburg 5 or 6 times and while very beautiful, you only get a true view by seeing pictures taken right after the conflict. The horror of the battle is then appreciated.
    No matter which side you may lean towards,the unbridled courage and heroism of the soldiers on both sides of this battle must be recognized.
    Peters presents this view well.

  • Brandon Zeidler - Lewis Carroll would love this milk and so should you!

    'Twas brillig, and the Tuscan milk
    Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;
    Full of wholeness were the borogoves,
    And the 128 oz. outgrabe.
    "Beware the spoilt milk, my maid
    The bacteria that breed, and the sourness to match !
    Beware the Jubjub hormones, and shun
    The frumious Bandersnatch!"
    She took her udder pump in hand;
    Long time the manxome cow she sought--
    Which rested free by the Tumtum tree,
    And chewed its cud in thought.
    And, while in uffish thought it lowed,
    The milk maid, with an empty jug,
    Whiffling through the tulgey wood she slowed
    And gave the udders a tug!
    One, two! One, two!
    And through and through
    The udder pump went snicker-snack!
    She left it there, without despair,
    And went galumphing back.
    "And hast thou milked the Tuscan cow?
    Come to my arms, my beamish maid!
    O frabjous frau! Callooh! Callao!"
    He chortled in his joy. '
    Twas brillig, and the Tuscan milk
    Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;
    Full of wholeness were the borogoves,
    And the 128 oz. outgrabe.

  • Todd Chambers - An Antidote to Procrastination

    I was first introduced to Todd Herny's work through his first title "The Accidental Creative". I knew right away I just had to share his message with my coworkers. It's not often you find someone who really understands the creative process and the myriad pitfalls so many of us creative professionals face in our work and careers. Recently I had the opportunity to hear Todd speak at a leadership event and was immediately reminded just how important and necessary his voice is to the community. Needless to say, I was excited to hear he had written a new book that focused on unleashing excelent work.

    "How much of your day do you spend doing work that you'll be proud of later?"
    This is the question Todd asks us to consider in his newest title "Die Empty". It's a tough question, but it's one worth grappling with. Let's face it, at some point we're going to run out of tomorrows. And all those great ideas we've been sitting on, those noble projects and worthy causes we hoped we'd get to one day will be left undone. And should that happen, the world will be poorer as a result of our procrastination. "Die Empty" is a powerful antidote to that scenario. It's a weapon against procrastination.

    Todd's book doesn't just contain wisdom and aspirations (though there's plenty of that) it provides actionable processes and road maps designed to help us understand our values and to empower those values to drive the work we do. It's a powerful tool for those of us determined to throw our full weight - our values, our talents and our passions - into our work, families and communities.

    I have no doubt Die Empty will quickly become a manifesto for professionals intent on living out their passions.
    Wanna unleash your best work? Read the book, Then roll up your sleeves and get at it!