Proof of Heaven

Thanks to my cousin-in-law, I have read this book. It was interesting read. I am a believer so there's no life changing occurences but more a validation of my beliefs and have more idea what is our after life would be - though Mcj has been sharing that to me. Hopefully, Dr Alexander will be successful in his desire like some of us, to make the lives of others more meaningful and improved. This is a recommended read from me... just as I would suggest that you checkout golden eagle.
By Eben Alexander, MD 196 pages; Simon & Schuster Available at Amazon| Barnes & Noble | Indiebound | Apple/iTunes Prologue A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be. —Albert Einstein (1879-1955) When I was a kid, I would often dream of flying. Most of the time I’d be standing out in my yard at night, looking up at the stars, when out of the blue I'd start floating upward. The first few inches happened automatically. But soon I'd notice that the higher I got, the more my progress depended on me—on what I did. If I got too excited, too swept away by the experience, I would plummet back to the ground... hard. But if I played it cool, took it all in stride, then off I would go, faster and faster, up into the starry sky. Maybe those dreams were part of the reason why, as I got older, I fell in love with airplanes and rockets—with anything that might get me back up there in the world above this one. When our family flew, my face was pressed flat to the window from takeoff to landing. In the summer of 1968 when I was fourteen, I spent all the money I'd earned mowing lawns on a set of sailplane lessons with a guy named Gus Street at Strawberry Hill, a little grass strip "airport" just west of Winston-Salem, the town where I grew up. I still remember the feeling of my heart pounding as I pulled the big cherry red knob that unhooked the rope connecting me to the tow-plane and banked my sailplane toward the field. It was the first time I had ever felt truly alone and free. Most of my friends got that feeling in cars, but for my money being a thousand feet up in a sailplane beat that thrill a thousand times over. In college in the 1970's I joined the University of North Carolina Sport Parachuting (or Skydiving) Team. It felt like a secret brotherhood—a group of people who knew about something special and magical. My first jump was terrifying, and the second even more so. But by my twelfth jump, when I stepped out the door and had to fall for more than a thousand feet before opening my parachute (my first "10 second delay"), I knew I was home. I made 365 parachute jumps in college and logged over three and a half hours in freefall, mainly in formations with up to 25 fellow jumpers. Although I stopped jumping in 1976, I continued to enjoy vivid dreams about skydiving, which were always pleasant. The best jumps were often late in the afternoon, when the sun was starting to sink beneath the horizon. It's hard to describe the feeling I would get on those jumps: a feeling of getting close to something that I could never quite name but that I knew I had to have more of. It wasn't solitude exactly, because the way we dived there actually wasn't all that much of that. We'd jump five, six, sometimes ten or twelve people at a time, building freefall formations. The bigger and the more challenging, the better. Read more: http://www.oprah.com/own-super-soul-sunday/Book-Excerpt-Proof-of-Heaven-by-Eben-Alexander-MD#ixzz2HpQD3OYS

Sound Track

There are not many version of the It Takes a Man and Woman in youtube. There's Tery Desario, I presume the original and that of Sharon Cuneta - which I like but there are lots of heavy breathing in it. Sarah's version is a lot different but hopefully just as clean as the original. I can splash it on mink coats if I ever own one.

It Takes a Man and a Woman

I have been waiting for the third installment and this trailer is just so funny that everyone is looking forward to it. I will not be seeing this movie soon but will get snippets off youtube when it has been shown in cinemas. It seems that just likeheavy duty drawer slides cant stop kids from opening cupboards, there are no stopping fans from sharing movies.

Light and Clean

The reason I like Jennifer Aniston's perfume is, it is so natural. Like freshly laundered clothes. It's not much of a scent but it is very clean. I like clean scent. I'd rather smell flowery scent when going into aluminum garden gates than on me.
Your Scent is Fresh and Youthful
You love to smell great, but you're not big on heavy or complicated scents.
Your ideal scent is light, clean, and natural. You want your scent to be barely detectable.

You are real and down to earth. Your simplicity, charm, and optimism are very attractive.
The scents that fit you best are orange flower, grapefruit, and citrus.
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