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I want to be the hand that raise’s your veil. The recipient of “I do” when you say “yes”.
Carlos Bernard Ryan Warren Heart Swift Toomer Windsor-Cross (7/9/1972- )
Elizabeth II Regina Alexandra Mary Rose Toomer Windsor-Cross (4/21/1926 )
Irish prayer Saint Patrick the “Breast Plate” of St. Patrick–words that shield.
I arise today
Through the strength of heaven;
Light of the sun,
Splendor of fire,
Swiftness of wind,
Depth of the sea,
Stability of earth,
Firmness of rock.
I arise today
Through God’s strength to pilot me;
God’s might to uphold me,
God’s wisdom to guide me,
God’s hand to guard me.
Afar and anear,
Alone or in a multitude.
Christ shield me today
Christ with me,
Christ before me,
Christ behind me,
Christ on my right,
Christ on my left,
Christ beneath me,
Christ above me,
Christ in me.
I arise today
Through the mighty strength
Of the Lord of Creation.
No one is as deaf as the man who will not listen. – Jewish Proverb
Wishbone Backed-up with Backbone Positive Action
Caroline Myss, is a best-selling author, speaker and medical intuitive.
";Beethoven was deaf, Milton was blind, but their names will last as long as time endures, because the dreamed and translated their dreams into organized thought.
There is a difference between wishing for a thing and being ready to receive it. No one is ready for a thing until s/he believes he can acquire it. The state of mind must be belief, not mere hope or wish. Open-mindedness is essential for belief. Closed minds do not inspire faith, courage, and belief.
Remember, no more effort is required to aim high in life, to demand abundance and prosperity, than is required to accept misery and poverty. A great poet has correctly stated this universal truth through these lines:
'I bargained with Life for a penny,
And Life would pay no more,
However I begged at evening
When I counted my scanty store.
For Life is a just employer,
He gives you what you ask,
But once you have set the wages,
Why, you must bear the task.
I worked for a menial's hire,
Only to learn, dismayed,
That any wage I has asked of Life,
Life would have willingly paid.'";
- Napoleon Hill, from his classic and best-selling book ";Think and Grow Rich";.
Water: The Most Abundant Nutrient a Way to Excllent Health
Water comprises two thirds of the body's mass. It is required for the elimination of toxins and waste through the lymph system, liver, digestive system, kidneys, and sweat glands.The amount of water that your body eliminates each day is somewhere between 1 and 3 liters, the equivalent of four to thirteen 8 oz. glasses of water per day. The US FDA recommends that women drink 11 glasses and men drink 16 glasses of water each day to stay hydrated.But part of that consumption may be from foods and juices. A bowl of oatmeal, or a cup of soup, provides 8 oz. of water. A serving of broccoli or spinach, or a cup of rice, provides 5 oz. of water. Many fresh vegetables and fruits contain 3-5 oz. of water. For example, an apple or a pear contain 5 oz. Other foods are not as hydrating, such as an egg, which provides about an ounce of water, or a slice of pizza, providing only about an ounce. Snacking on chips provides virtually none. Some people argue that tea, soft drinks and coffee do not count, however this is arguable. Although these contain caffeine, a known diuretic, which cause the body to expel a small amount of moisture, they do still provide additional fluids. Two indicators of advancing dehydration are headaches, and dark colored urine. Thirst is a good indicator of the early stages of dehydration, and you should drink if you are thirsty. Some suggestions have been made that by the time you feel thirsty you are already dehydrated, but your body creates the sensation of thirst when your body is still within normal hydration limits. However if you are actively exercising you should make it a point to stay ahead of the thirst so that the dehydration does not get ahead of you as you are sweating. So staying hydrated is not as difficult as one might think. An extra glass or two over what you normally consume will probably be enough. But you definitely don't want to drink yourself into being over hydrated. This can cause hyponatremia, a shortage of sodium and other essential minerals in the bloodstream. This is particularly dangerous during exercise, because these minerals are excreted through the sweat glands. And because these minerals are necessary for maintaining brain and heart functions, deficiencies can cause serious problems. In selection of your source of water, filtered water is best, to remove chorine and associated chloroform, and flouride. A healthy addition to filtered water is VitaEnhanced Water, which can be added by 1 oz. per gallon to provide an alkalized water source, with added benefits of being ionized.
Keep hydrated and stay healthy!
Think Out Loud with Positive Progress Purpose Bury Your Negative Past or It Will Bury You
“Do not remember the former things, nor consider the things of old. Behold, I will do a new thing, now it shall spring forth; shall you not know it? I will even make a road in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.” Isaiah 43:18-19
I recently read a story about the hippopotamus. A zoologist observed that these animals will not leave the lake that they have become familiar with. Even if it dries up they will often stand there until they die because their minds cannot move beyond the past memories of a lake once filled with water. As one Christian blogger put it “they died where they stood, not wanting to go forward, because they wanted to live in the past, where it had always been comfortable for them.”It is hard to imagine a hippo literally stuck in the mud of a drying pool of water. Even harder to picture is such a large animal dying where it stands because it lacks the ability to see past what it had and go find what it needs to live—water. Yet there is a lesson we can learn from the hippo. We cannot live in the past and embrace the future. Actually, we need to bury our past or it will bury us..The good news is that God’s desire is to do something new in our lives. He is a Creator and as such loves to create. He has promised in His Word to do “a new thing” and along with that has also promised that we will recognize what He is doing. The question is will we heed His word? Will we listen, pay attention, and respond? Responding properly means doing things that you may have never before done or going where you may have never gone before.When we are wandering into places He has never taken us before, in response to the new things He is doing, He has promised to be the “Way Maker.” When we become dry and thirsty spiritually, emotionally, and physically, He will provide refreshment. Isaiah 43 does not say we won’t go through the wilderness but, just as He brought the children of Israel to the Promised Land through, He will also bring us through. He will provide all that is necessary to sustain us on the journey. But we have to be willing to travel with Him. the One who makes all things new, wants to make things new in your life today. Perhaps you have not heard that He sent His only Son Jesus to die for your sins. You owed a debt, but He paid the price. All you have to do is believe in your heart and confess Jesus as Lord with your mouth and your sins are washed away. You become that NEW creation spoken of in II Corinthians 5:17. The old passes away and all things become new. That’s why we call it being born again. The slate is wiped clean, all things are new. You have a new life, a new start. God wants to make all of us new creations.Perhaps you are already a new creation but long for God to do something NEW in your life. You are not satisfied with where you are at in God; you need a fresh touch, a road in your current wilderness, a river in your desert. Well, He has promised, that if you’ll stop looking back and dwelling on the negative past that He will do a new thing. You won’t have to scope it out, chase after it, or wonder about it. You will know. You will discern. And if you will follow it He will do things that you never have imagined. He will do exceedingly abundantly above all you ask or think!
Take a lesson from the hippo, bury your past and embrace your future, today.
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At end of revision of bible the page locations of books have to be revised.
Index 2:Page Number Location of recommended Selection of Books
Book Page Locations
79.) The Book… Fearless by Max Lucado
106.) Christian Ferrare #661“Okay. So I don’t have a Headache: What I learned (and what all women need to know) about PMS Hormones, Stress, Diet, Menopause---and SEX”…(Published: )#661
174.) Ernest Holmes “The Science of Mind” (August 2008)…Chapter. 1
215.) Joseph Luciana “Self Coaching-The Power Program to Beat Anxiety and Depression 2nd Edition” (Copyright 2007)…Ch.1
238.) Dick Vitale “Living a Dream, Reflection of 25 years sitting in the best seat in the house” (Copyright 2003)…Chapter. 2
240.) Og Mandino “The Greatest Saleman in the World” (February 1985)…Chapter. 2
260.) “Prayer for a Cure Bible” by Deanna Favre & Tyndale (September 2007)…Chapter. 2
284.) Rick Pitino “Success is a Choice” (Published:1997)…Chapter.3
284.)Simpleology: The Simple Science of Getting What You Want (Your Coach in a Box) (April 30, 2007) by Mark Joyner… Chapter.3
317.) Carl Honore “In Praise of Slowness –How a Worldwide movement is challenging the Cult of Speed” (Published: 2009)…Chapter. 3
310.) Norman Vincent Peale “Power of Positive Thinking”(August 1996)…Chapter. 3
327.) Leac L. Lachapelle “Unzipping Reality 11 Steps to Create the World We Want”… ( Published: )….Chapter. 4
335.) Naomi Judd “Naomi’s Breakthrough Guide 20 Chioces to transform Your Life” (Paper Back Edition 2005)…Chapter. 4
340.) Thich Nhat Hanh “Zen Keys: A Guide to Zen Practice”(Published January 1995)…Chapter. 4
344.) “Timeless Ideas that help people-young and old- to fulfill their dreams and accomplish their deepest desires. (Published: )….Chapter 4
358.) Harold W. Becker “Unconditional Love-An Unlimited Way of Being” (Printed January 2007) Chapter. 5
364.) “The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer from people who’ve lived the longest” by Dan Buettner (March 2008)…Chapter. 5
425.) The Scared Bond Seven Spiritual Truths to Recognize and Marry our very own Soul mate…( )…Chapter. 5
427.) Jack Canfield “The key to living the Law of Attraction: A simple Guide to Creating the Life of Your Dreams (Publisher---December 3, 1997)….Chapter. 5
445.) Mary Kay Ash “Timeless Principles form America’s Greatest Woman Entrepreneur” (Published July 8, 2008)…Chapter. 6
457.) Og Mandino “The Choice” (Published March 1, 1986-- ) Chapter. 6
467.) John M. Shanahan “The Most Brilliant Thoughts of All Time” (Published May 11, 1999)…Chapter. 6
475.) Randy Pausch “The Last Lecture” (Published April 2008)…Chapter. 7
507.)Catherine Ponder, “The Dynamic Laws of Prosperity” (11th Editon Published June 1985)…Chapter. 7
515.) Eugene F. Rice “The Renaissance Idea of Wisdom” (Published April 24, 1973) Chapter. 8
515.) Alice Mary Sinnott “The Personification of Wisdom” (Published: November 22, 2005) Chapter. 8
515.) Wolfgang Mieder and Alan Dundes “The Wisdom of Many” (Hardcover Published April 15, 1994) Chapter. 8
515.) Dalai Lama “Many Books of Wisdom” Chapter. 8
515. Paul Villanueva “The Wisdom of Death: Six Paths to Understanding Loss and Grief” (Published: September 2, 2002) Chapter. 8
515.) Jim Wallis “The Great Awakening” Chapter. 8
515.) Eckhart Tolle “A New Earth---Awaken to your life Purpose”(Printing; Septermber 2006) Chapter. 8
523.) Kent Nerburn “Small Graces: The Quiet Gift of Everyday life” (Hardcobver Published: March 16, 1998) Chapter. 8
529.) Tony DeLiso “Legacy…The Power Within” (Papercover Published: September 18, 2000)…Chapter. 8
542.) Napoleon Hill “Think & Grow Rich” (21 Century Edition Published: 2004)…Chapter. 8
546.) Dr.Robi Ludwig “Till death do us Part: Love Marriage and the Mind of the Killer Spouse” (Published 2006) Chapter. 8
557.) Donald Trump “The Art of the Deal” (Paperback Published: January 1, 1989)…Chapter. 8A
557.) Robert Kiyosaki “Rick Dad Poor Dad” (Abridged edition edition-April 6, 2009) Chapter. 8A
557.) Peter Lynch “Investment Portfollio” ( Published: January 1994)Chapter. 8A
557.) Jack Welch “Winning” ( Editon 1 Published:April 5, 2005) Chapter. 8A
557.) Marci Shimoff “Happpy For No Reason”…Chapter. 8A
630.) Jim Collins “Good to Great”…Chaper. 8.E
642.) Stephen Covey “The Seven of Highly Effective People” (Paperback Published: September 30, 2000)…Chaper. 8E
644.) Dalai Lama ";The Path to Tranquality: Daily Wisdom (Compass)"; Cover page 2 to Ch.9 Religion Released August 27, 2002 Paper Back
647.) Randy Alcorn “Heaven” (October 4, 2004)…Chapter. 9
744.) Rhonea Byrne “The Secret”…Chapter. 10
777.) W.Clement Stone: “Success System that never fail” (Noberber 88, 2006) Chapter. 11
791.) Roger Horchow & Sally Horchow “The Art of Friendship 70 Rules for making meaning full connection’s” (October 17, 2006)Chapter. 11
834.) Pasty Cline “Remembering Pasty”…(February 28, 2003) Chapter. 11
842.) Rabbi Irwin Kula “Yearning: Embracing the Sacred Messiness of Life” (Septermber 18, 2008) Chapter. 12A
855.) RUMI, the Book of Love…Chapter. 12A
858.)L.Frank Baum “The Wizard of Oz” (2005)…Chapter. 12. A
950.) Father Thomas Dubday, S.M., “Saints: A Closer Looks” (2009 )Chapter. 14
951.) Joseph Campbell “Pathway to Bliss” (October 26, 2004)…Chapter. 14
984.) Muhammad Yunus: “Creating a Poverty Free World” (Published: December 2007) Chapter.14
985.) The Longevity Solution by Eric Plasker, & Transform Your Body... Naturally! by Dr. Mark Stengler & Mind/Body Nutrition by Marc David…Chapter 14 Peace
1004.) Dr. Norman Vincent Peale-a book” The Power of Positive thinking and how it can help cure disease.” Chapter. 15
1004.) Jerome Groopman “How your Doctor thinks” (Reprint: March 12, 2008 )Chapter. 15.A
1004.) DrMehmet C. Oz: :you: on a Diet: The Owners’s Manual for Waist Management” (Hardcover:October 31, 2006)…Chapter. 15A
981.) Jill Mattson “Transformative Power in Sound” (January 5th, 2009)…Chapter. 15A
1014.) Dr.Andrew Weil “Healthy Aging”…(Published: 2006)Chapter. 15A
935.) Montel Williams: “Living Well” (Published: January 2008)Chapter. 15. B
1040.) Mariel Hemingway “Simple Ingredients for a Delicious & Satisgying Life…Mariel’s Kitchen” ( )…Chapter. 15B
1044.) Author Balch “Prescription for Nutritional Healing” (Published: October 2006) Chapter. 15B
1045.) Suzanne Somer “Ageless” (Published: December 200&)…Chapter. 15B
1051.) Dr. Andrew Weil “Spontaneous Healing” (April 2000) Chapter 15B
1051.) Dr.Andrew Weil: “Natural Health & Natural Medicne the Complete Guide to Wellness and Selfcare for Optimum Health” (Revised Edition: December 9, 2009) …Chapter. 15B
1072.) Deanna Minich PhD, CN Author of ";Chakra Foods for Optimum Health”…Chapter. 15D
1085.) Tom Inabet Author of Out of the Blue (Published by iUniverse Inc: May 17, 2004)…Chapter. 16A
1159.) Joan Borysenko “Inner Peace for Busy People-52 Simple Strategies for Transforming Your Life” (Abridged Edition: July 1, 2001)…Chapter. 17 A
1160.) Jim Rohn “The Art of Exceptional Living”(Abridged Edition: May 1, 2003)…Chapter. 17 A
1168.) Patrica Pingry “The Story of Easter” (Publisher:Candy Cane Press, 1st Edition June 1997)…Chapter. 17 B
1251.) Tavis Smiley “What I know for sure” (Paperback Edition: January 1, 2008 )…Chapter. Chapter. 18
1292.) David Riklan “101 Great Ways to improve your life” ( Paperback Edition: February 1, 2007) Chapter 19
1302.) Barbara Biziou “The Joy of Ritual” ( May 1, 2006)…Chapter. 19
1309.) Dee Dee Myers “Why Women should Rule the world” (Hardcover: February 26, 2008)… Chapter. 20
1317.)Zig Ziglar “Positive Approach to Life”(Published: )…Chapter. 20
1349.) Gina Parris “Flow of Demand, the Athletes’ Edge”
(Published: )…Chapter. 20
1355.) S.L. Parker & Mac Anderson “212 Degrees” (published: )…Chapter. 20
At the end of revising the book got to revise all page numbers that have music selections.
Index 3: Page Number & Location of Music Selections
Music Recommendation Location Page
176.) Jo Dee Messina- “Burn” Chapter. 1
177.) Shania Twain- “Any Man of Mine”… Chapter. 1
179.) Tresa Jordan Nashville- “Montage 2 from Tresa Jordan”…Chapter. 1
181.) Lee Ann Womack- “I hope you dance”…Chapter. 1
184.) Jay-Z “Bounce with Me…” Chapter. 1
185.)Colbie Caillat “Bubble” Chapter. 1
187.) Michael Jackson “We are the world”…Chapter. 1
188.) Fun Factory “Celebration” Chapter. 1
189.) Monet Rox “Suddenly”…Chapter. 1
190.) Celia Whitler “I will be Your Voice” Chapter. 1
191.) SheDaisy “Don’t Worry About a Thing”…Chapter. 1
192.)Prokofiev, Sergey ";Symphony No.1 in D Major"; Classical Music from The National Symphony Orchestra ...Chapter. 1 Fact
194.) Heat wave “Always and Forever”… Chapter. 1
198.) Bruce Springstien “Born to Run”…Chapter. 1
205.) Staple Singers “Let’s Do it Again” 1975…Chapter. 1
206.) Megan Conner “This Day”…Chapter. 1
210.) Jason Whitton “I still believe in love”…Chapter. 1
211.) John Mayer “Waiting on the world to Change”…Chapter. 1
213.) The Fire “I don’t want to wait”…Chapter.1
215.) Boy Zone “Together”…Chapter.1
217.) Bruce Springsteen “Born in the U.S.A”…Chapter. 1
219.) Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrel “Ain’t no mountain high enough”…Chapter. 1
222.) The Clark Brothers “This Little Light of Mine”…Chapter. 1
225.) Diana Ross “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”…Chapter. 1
227.) Hank Williams Jr. “Family Tradition”…Chapter. 1
229.) Telesha Hogan “Unconditional”…Chapter. 1
233.) George Strait “I Cross my Heart”…Chapter. 1
237.) The Eagles “ Love will Keep Us Alive”…Chapter. 1
238.) Taylor Ware “Yodeling Cowgirls”…Chapter. 1
241.) Etta James “At Last”…Chapter. 1
247.) Jackson Brownell “Tender is the Night” Chapter. 2
250.) Kenny Chesney “Some people Change”…Chapter. 2
251.) Katie Armiger “Unseen”…Chapter. 2
254.) The Sounds of Music Motion Pictures Sound Track “Do Re Mi”…Chapter. 2
255.) Tina Turner “Simply the Best” Chapter. 2
256.) Boni Joni “I’ll be There for You”…Chapter. 2
257.) Jerry Maguire Soundtrack Bruce Springsteen “Secret Garden”…Chapter. 2
259.) Jennifer Love Hewitt “How do I deal” Chapter. 2
261.) Jerry Maguire Soundtrack Maguire “Secret Garden”… Chapter. 2
265.) The Bee Gees “Night Fever”…Chapter. 2
267.) Shania Twain “She’s not just a Pretty Face”…Chapter. 2
268.) Randy Travis “Forever & Ever…Amen”…Chapter. 2
270.) Gloria Gaynor “I will survive”…Chapter. 2
271.) Method Man “You don’t ever know who I am”…Chapter. 2
280.) Jimmy Eat World “The Middle”..Pg. Chapter. 3
281.) Jungle Book “I want to be like you”…Chapter. 3
284.) Miranda Lambert “Take Me Somewhere Trouble Don’t Go”…Chapter. 3
285.) Chumbawamba “Tub Thumping”…Chapter. 3 Inspiration/Encouragement
286.) Mellisa Suzanne “Dream your Dreams Again”…Chapter. 3
287.) Romantics “What I Like about you” …Chapter. 3
289.) Proclaimers “5000 Miles”…Chapter. 3 Inspiration/Encouragement
282.) The Dobbie Brothers “Listen to the Music”…Chapter. 3
293.) Michael W. Smith ";Freedom C.D."; Classical Music...Chapter. 3
295.) Savage Garden “Affirmation”…Chapter. 3
296.) The Youngbloods “Get Together”…Chapter. 3
298.) Atlantic Starr “Secret Lovers”…Chapter. 3
301.) Alan Jackson “Remember When”…Chapter. 3
308.) John Lennon “Hold On”…Chapter. 3
309.) The Byrds “Turn, Turn, Turn”…Chapter. 3
310.) Bob Dylan “Knockin’ on Heavens Door”…Chapter. 3
311.) Stealers Wheel “Stuck in the Middle with You”…Chapter. 3
312.) Uncle Kracker “Follow Me”…Chapter. 3
313.) The Police “Every Breath You Take”…Chapter. 3
314.) Asheigh Rogers “Sweetiest Memory”…Chapter. 3
315.) Technotrionic “Move This”…Chapter. 3
322.) Roxette “Listen to your Heart”…Chapter.4 Enlightenment
324.) Bob Marley “One Love/People Get Ready”…Chapter. 4
325.) Anton Dvorak “III Alegretto Anton Dvorak”…Chapter. 4
326.) Emma Mae Jacobs “With You”…Chapter. 4
328.) The Eagles “Take Easy”…Chapter. 4
329.) The Five Stair steps “Ooh Child”… Chapter. 4
332.) Ace of Base “The Sign”…Chapter. 4
336.) The Wallflower “One Headlight”…Chapter. 4
337.) The Del Vikings “Come Go With Me”…Chapter. 4
341.) Smokey Robinson “Second that emotion”…Chapter. 4 Enlightenment
343.) U2 “With or Without you”… Chapter. 4
345.) Fievel Mouskawicz “Somewhere out there”…Chapter. 4
352.) Stevie Wonder “Singed, Sealed, Delivered, I’m yours” Chapter. 4
357.) Lionel Richie “Three Times a Lady”…Chapter. 5 Love
359.) Shania Twain “You are still the one” Chapter. 5
360.) Sara Evans “Perfect”…Chapter. 5
361.) Keith Urban “Making Memories of us”…Chapter. 5
362.) George Michael “Faith” Chapter. 5
363.) Bryan Adams “Heaven”…Chapter. 5
365.) Dixie Chicks “Wide Open Spaces” Chapter. 5
367.) Alan Jackson “Where I Come From”…Chapter. 5
368.) Aerosmith “What it takes”… Chapter. 5 Love
369.) Bryan Adams “Everything I do (I do it for you)” …Chapter. 5
370.) Roxette“Listen to your heart”…Chapter. 5
371.) Dean Martin “That’s Amore…Chapter. 5
372.) Eric Carmen “Hungry Eyes”…Chapter. 5313.) John Lennon “Love”…Chapter. 5
374.) Ziggy Marley “Love is my Religion”…Chapter. 5
375.) 3 Door Down “Here without you”…Chapter. 5
376.) Hootie and the Blowfish “Hold my Hand”…Chapter.5
377.) Jamie O’Neal “When I think about Angels”…Chapter. 5
378.) Barry White “Can’t get enough of your Love”…Chapter. 5
379.) Steve Winwood “Higher Love”…Chapter. 5
380.) Bryan Adams “Have you ever loved a Woman”…Chapter. 5 Love
381.) Anita Baker “Sweet Love”…Chapter. 5
382.) Chordettes “Lollipop”….Chapter. 5
383.) The Archies “Sugar Sugar”…Chapter. 5
384.) Ben E. King & The Drifters “This Magic Moment”…Chapter. 5
385.) Johnny Tillotson “Poetry in Motion”…Chapter. 5 Love
386.) Buddy Holly “Peggy Sue”….Chapter. 5
387.) Jerry Lee Lewis “Whole Lotta Shakin Going on”…Chapter. 5
388.) Marvin Gaye “Ain’t nothing like the Real Thing”…Chapter. 5
389.) Buddy Holly “Maybe Baby”…Chapter. 5
390.) Buddy Holly “Rave On’…Chapter. 5
391.) Beach Boys “Kokomo”…Chapter. 5
392.) Roy Orbinson “you got it”…Chapter. 5
393.) Roy Orbinson “Pretty Woman”…Chapter. 5
394.) The Beatles “I want to hold your hand”…Chapter. 5
395.) Little Richard “Tutti Frutti”…Chapter. 5
396.) Grease “The Theme Song”…Chapter. 5
397.) Grease “We go Together”…Chapter. 5
398.) Finding Nemo ";Sea Cruise"; by Caroline Brown...Ch.5
399.) Elvis Presley “My Way”….Chapter. 5
400.) Bryan Adams “Heaven”…Chapter. 5
401.) Mary Mary ";Put a Little Love in Your Heart";...Chapter. 5
403.) The Beach Boys “Surfin U.S.A”…Chapter. 5
404.) Four Tops “I can Help Myself…Supar, Pie, Honey Bunch”…Chapter. 5
406.) Billy Joel “For the Longest Time”…Chapter. 5
407.) Monica “For you I will”…Chapter. 5
411.) Neil Diamond “Sweet Caroline”…Chapter. 5
412.) The Beatles “Twist and Shout”…Chapter. 5
414.) Tim McGraw “It’s Your Love”…Chapter. 5
415.) Diana Ross- “Someday we will be together” …Chapter. 5
416.) Nat King & Natalie Cole “When I fall in Love”… Chapter. 5
417.) Jerry Lewis “Great Balls of Fire” …Chapter. 5
421.) Whitney Houston “Count on Me”…Chapter. 5
412.) Toni Braxton “you mean the world to me”…Chapter. 5
413.) Luther Vandross “Hear & Now…Chapter. 5
414.) Brian McKnight “Back at One”…Chapter. 5
415.) Mariah Carey “I’ll be there” …Chapter. 5
416.) Tina Turner “What love got to do with it”…Chapter. 5
417.) Suzanne Vega “Tom’s Diner”…Chapter. 5
418.) Janet Jackson “Again” Chapter. 5
429.) Tina Tunrer “Simple the Best”…Chapter. 5
431.) Alan Jackson- The Greatest Hits- “Chattahooche” Chapter. 5
433.) Whitney Houston “Didn’t we almost have it” Chapter. 5
434.) Jamie O’Neal “When I think About Angels”…Chapter. 5
435.) Marvin Gaye- “The Complete Duets” Chapter. 5
436.) Disney Pinocchio “When you Wish Upon a Star”…Chapter. 5
439.) Room for Two “Roots before Branches”…Chapter. 6
440.) John Mayer “Say”…Chapter. 6
441.) Aaliyah “Try Again”…Chapter. 6
445.) Jackie Wilson “Higher & Higher”…Chapter. 6
449.) Lil John & The Eastide “Get Low”…Chapter 6
454.) Leann Rimes “What I Cannot Change”…Chapter. 6
458.) Whitney Houston “The Greatest Love of All”…Chapter. 6
463.) P.M. Dawn-“Set a Drift on a Memory Bliss”…Chapter. 6
464.) Shanna Crooks “On to Somethin”…Chapter. 6
465.) Huey Lewis & Gwyneth Paltrow “Crusin” Chapter. 6
466.) Mavis Staples “At the end of the Day”…Chapter. 6
467.) Kacey Musgraves “Heart of Gold”…Chapter. 6
468.) Stacy Q “Two of Hearts” Chapter. 6
471.) Rascal Flatts “Love you out Loud”…Chapter. 7
472.) Linda Ronstadt “Love is a Rose”…Chapter. 7
473.) Natasha Bedingfield “Pocketful of Sunshine”…Chapter. 7
475.) Ashton Shepherd “Sounds so Good”…Chapter. 7
478.) The Temptations “My Girl”…Chapter. 7
481.)Larry Cordle & Lonesome Standard Time “Gimme 3 Steps”..Ch. 7
482.) Taylor Swift “The Best Days”…Chapter. 7
483.) Tanya Tucker “Two Sparrows in a Hurricane”…Chapter. 7
490.) Enya “Sail Away”…Chapter. 7
491.) Robert Palmer- “you might as well face it your addicted to love” Chapter. 7
492.) Enya “Only Time”…Chapter. 7
495.) Miley Cyrus ";Climb";...Chapter 7...Nature
497.) Alicia Keys-“No One No One” Chapter. 7
498.) Julianne Hough “My Hallelujah Song”…Chapter. 7
500.) Longstar ";Mr.Mom";...Chapter. 7
502.) Grand Master Flash Melle Mel & The Furious Five “The Message”Chapter. 7
503.) Josh Groban “You Raise Me Up”…Chapter. 7
506.) Lesley Gore “Sunshine, Lollipops, & Rainbows…Chapter. 7
509.) Roger Hudgson “The Logical Song”…Chapter. 7
510.) Henry Mancini “The Baby Elephant Walk”…Chapter. 7
512.) Hi-5 ";Wow"; Amazing...Chapter. 7
516.) Natalie Grant “Perfect People”…Chapter. 8
518.) Sara Evans “Perfect ever piece of the puzzle don’t have to fit”…Chapter. 8
519.) KT Tunstall “Suddenly I see”…Chapter. 8
520.) Amy Grant “Baby Baby”…Chapter. 8
522.) Bob Marley “Three Little Birds” Chapter. 8
524.) Mercyme “I can only imagine” Chapter. 8
525.) Alan Parsons Project-Sirus “Eye in the Sky”…Chapter. 8
528.) Miley Cyrus “The Climb”…Chapter. 8
529.) Souja Boy “Walk It Out”…Chapter. 8
530.) Veronica Ballestrini “Amazing”…Chapter. 8
531.) Natural Selection & Nick Harris “Do Anything”…Chapter. 8
532.) Dave Matthews Band “Ants Marching”…Chapter. 8 Psychology Illumination with Wisdom
533.) Boni Jovi “Living on a Prayer”…Chapter. 8
534.) Trisha Yearwood- “XXX’s and OOO’s”…Chapter. 8
536.) Wynonna Judd- “Rescue Me”…Chapter. 8
537.) Jeremy Camp “ I surremder to you”…Chapter. 8
538.) George Harrison & The Beatles ";Here comes the Sun";...Chapter. 8
539.) BonaFide Praisers “Work it Out” Priase & Gospel…Chapter. 8
542.) Aladdin “Friend Like Me” …Chapter. 8 Psychology Illumination with Wisdom
543.) Brandon Health “Give Me Your Eyes” Contemporary Christian Pop…Chapter. 8
545.) The Lion King “Hakuna Matatta”…Chapter. 8
550.) Jaci Velasquez “If This World”…Chapter. 8
551.) Patty Griffen “Heavenly Day”…Chapter. 8
554.) US3 “Canataloop (Flip Fantasia)” 1992…Chapter. 8
555.) Third Day “Tunnel”…Chapter. 8
558.) Marcy Playground “Sex & Candy”…Chapter 8 Financial System
559.) Diana Ross “I’m Coming Out”…Chapter. 8A
561.) The Pink Panther T.V. Show Theme Song from the Classic Cartoon...Ch.8
562.) Mary Beth Carlson ";Great is the Faithfulness"; from & on the C.D. A Brand New Day
563.) Bell Biv Devoe “Do Me” …Chapter. 8A
566.) Matt Maher “As It is the Heaven”…Chapter. 8A
569.) Gene Nery “A Summer Place” Instrumental Chapter. 8A
570.) Miranda Lambert “Desperation:…Chapter. 8A
573.) Enya “Only Time”…Chapter. 8B
574.) Jason Mraz “I’m Yours”…Chapter. 8B
575.) Frank Mills “Kitty on the Keys”…Chapter. 8B
576.) Janet Jackson “Rhythm Nation”…Chapter 8B Accounting
579.) Jamie Jamgochian ";Hear My Worhsip"; Christian Music
583.) Rick Nelson “Travelin Man”…Chapter. 8B
586.) The Grand Ole Opry “How Great Thou Art” Priase Gospel…Chapter. 8C
587.) High Inergy “You can’t turn me off”…Chapter. 8C
589.) D-Train “keep on”…Chapter…8C
590.) Dolly Parton “Those Memories Line”…Chapter. 8C
591.) New Radicals “you get what you Give” 1998…Chapter 8C Management
592.) Junior Walker & the All-Stars “Cleo’s Mood” Instrumentals…Chapter. 8C
593.) The Michael Gungor Band “Ancient Skies”…Chapter 8C
594.) Des’ree “you gotta be” …Chapter. 8C Management the Unity of Virtue
596.) Mavis Staples “In Times Like These”…Chapter. 8C
598.) Diana Ross “Reach out and touch somebodies hand”…Chapter. 8C
599.) McFadden & Whitehead “Ain’t no Stoppiing Us Now”…Chapter. 8C
602.) Booker T & The MG’s “Mo’ Green Onions” Instrumental…Chapter. 8D
603) Dion “Dream Lover”…Chapter. 8D
604.) Nat King Cole “Love”…Chapter. 8D Marketing
605.) American Idol (4-10-2008) “Shout to the Lord”…Chapter. 8.D
609.) Chris Tomlin “I Will Rise” Christian Pop …Chapter. 8D
613.) Rock A Doodle “Kiss –N- Coo”…Chapte. 8D Marketing
614.) Robyn “Show Me Love” …Chapter 8D. Marketing the Virtue of Flexibility
625.) Sam Cooke “Tenderness”…Chapter. 8E
626.) James Taylor “Something in the way she moves”…Chapter. 8E
627.) Mandy Perkins “Who I am”…Chapter. 8E
628.) Little People “Graitas” Hip Hop Instrumental from Mickey Mouse Operation…Chapter. 8E
629.) Stereo MCs “Connected” 1993 …Chapter. 8E Statistics
630.) Newsboys ‘In the Hands of God” Christian Pop…Chapter. 8E
633.) JJ Jackson “It’s Alright”…Chapter. 8E
636.) Nightmares “Mind Eye” Hip Hop Instrumental…Chapter. 8F
637.) The Michael Gungor Band “Ancient Skies” Christian Pop…Chapter. 8F
638.) Christopher Peacock “Canon in D” Instrutmental …Chapter. 8F
639.) Booth Brothers “Welcome to the Family” Southern Gospel…Chapter. 8F
640.) Susie McEntire Luchsinger “Sky Full of Angels”-Country Gospel…Chapter. 8F
641.) Johnny Kemp “Just Got Paid”…Chapter. 8F
645.) Cyndi Thomson “Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus”…Chapter. 9
646.) Donna Ulisse “If I were”…Chapter. 9
647.) Mary Mary “Heaven”…Chapter. 9
651.) All Saints “Never Ever” 1998 …Chapter 9 Religion
652.) Billy Ray Cyrus ";in the Heart of a Woman";...Chapter. 9 Religion
655.) Eddie Ruth Bradford- Saved by Grace…Chapter. 9
659.) Sara Evans “Suds in the Bucket”…Chapter. 9
660.) Cyndi Thomson “This So Sweet to Trust in Jesus”…Chapter. 9
661.) Willy Wonka “Pure Imagination”…Chapter. 9 Religion
662.) Brad Paisley “When I get Where I am Going”…Chapter. 9
663.) Stevie Wonder “Shelter in the Rain”…Chapter. 9
665.) The Moments “Imagination” Chapter. 9
667.) Duice “Dazzy Duks” 1993 Chapter. 9 Religion
668.) Aaron Neville “Pledging my love”…Chapter. 9
669.) George Strait “Check yes or no”…Chapter. 9
670.) Michael Bolten “When a man loves a woman”…Chapter. 9
671.) Sam Moore “You are so Beautiful”…Chapter. 9
672.) Luther Vandross “Dance with Father”…Chapter. 9
673.) Sam Cooke “Cupid”…Chapter. 9
674.) The Temptations “I’m going to make you love me”…Chapter. 9
675) Luther Vandross “Here and Now”…Chapter. 9
676) Susie Luchsinger “Precious Lord”…Chapter. 9
677) Lee Williams “Can’t Hide” Chapter. 9
678) The Blind Boys of Alabama“People Get Ready”…Chapter. 9
679) Martina McBride “Anyway”…Chapter. 9
680) Sara McLachlan “In the Arms of a Angel”…Chapter. 9
681) Rocktown Chorus “You are my all in all” Christian Pop…Chapter. 9
682.) Ricky Nelson “Garden Party”…Chapter. 9
683.) Madonna “Like a Prayer”…Chapter. 9 Religion
684.) Crystal Waters “100%Pure Love”1994… Chapter 9
685) Miranda Cosgrove “Adored” from Nickelodeon…Chapter. 9
686.) Cash Money Feat. Juvenille, Lil Wayne, & Mannie Fresh “Back that Azz Up”Ch. 9
688.) Skee-Lo “I wish” 1995…Chapter. 9 Religion
689) Sarah Connor “Son of a Preacher Man”..Chapter. 9
690.) Florence Warner Jones…Once Upon a Forest Disney Soundtrack “Once Upon a Time with me ” Released June 1993…Chapter 9 Religion
691.) Ricky Nelson “Travelin Man 1961”…Chapter. 9
693.) Mavis Staples “Have a Little Faith” Chapter. 9
694.) Alexi Murdock “Something Beautiful”…Chapter. 9 Religion
695) Avalon “All Hail the Power”…Chapter. 9
697) Chely Wright “Just the way we do it”…Chapter. 9
699) The Tymes “So Much in Love”…Chapter. 9
700.) Len “Steal My Sunshine”…1999…Chapter. 9 Religion
701.) Father MC “I’ll Do 4 U”…1990…Chapter. 9
703.)Maroon Five “Sunday Morning”…Chapter. 9
704.) Tommy Ellison “At the Gate, I know” Chapter. 9
705.) Trisha Yearwood-“Heaven Heartache an the Power of Love”…Chapter. 9
712.) Tag Team “Whoomp (There it is)” …Chapter. 10 Humor
713.) Taylor Swift “Beautiful Eyes”…Chapter.10
715.) Taylor Swift “Fearless”…Chapter. 10
716.) Baby Bash“Cyclone” featuring T-pain Chapter. 10
717.) Live- “Lighting Crashes” Chapter. 10
718.) Apache Indian “Boom Shakalak Wacky-P”…Chaper.10
719.) Love & Theft “Dancin in Circles”…Chapter. 10
720.) Patty Loveless “Blame it on your Lyin Cheatin” …Chapter. 10
722.) ZZ Tops “Legs”…Chapter. 10
723.) K7 “Come Baby Come”…Chapter. 10 Humor
724.) The Cure “Friday I’m in Love”…Chapter. 10
725.) Van Morrison- “Brown Eyed Girl” Chapter. 10
726.) Tom Jones “Help Yourself”…Chapter. 10
727.) The Clovers “Love Potion No. 9”…Chapter. 10
729.) Naughty By Nature “O.P.P” 1991….Chapter. 10 Humor
731.) Daniel O’Donnell “Let’s Twist again”…Chapter. 10
732.) The Big Bopper “Chantilly Lace”…Chapter. 10
733.) Tom Jones “It’s Not Unusual” …Chapter. 10
734.) Eddie Cochran “Summertime Blues”…Chapter. 10
736.) D.J. Kool “Let me clear my troat” 1997 …Chapter. 10 Humor
737.) Shaggy “Boombastic” 1990’s Remix…Chapter. 10 Humor
738.) Club Nouveau “Humorous”…Chapter. 10
739.) John Meliencamp “It hurts so Good” Chapter. 10
740.) Notorious B.I.G./P.Diddy/Mase “Mo Money Mo Problems” 1997…Ch.10
741.) The Bangles “Walk like a Egyptian”…Chapter. 10
742.) UB40 “Kiss & Say Goodbye”…Chapter. 10
743.) Rod Stewart “Love Touch” Chapter. 10
746.) John Fogerty “Centerfield”…Chapter. 10
747.) She Daisy “Don’t worry but a thing”…Chapter. 10
748.) Panio Instrutmental “Bumble Boogie/B. Bumble & the Bee Stingers”…Chapter. 10
749.) John Lennon “Imagine”…Chapter. 10
750.) Doris Day “Pillow Talk” Everybody…Chapter. 10
752.) Oak Ridge Boys “Elvira”…Pg. 10
753.) Marc Bolan & T. Rex “Get it on”…Chapter. 10
754.) Diana Ross “Upside Down”…Chapter. 10
755.) Sugar Hill Gang “Rapper’s Delight”…Chapter. 10 Humor
756.) Rednex “Cotton Eye Joe”…Chapter. 10
757.) Bangles“Walk like an Egyptian” 1987…Chapter. 10
758.) Positive K “I got a Man” 1992 …Chapter. 10
759.) Jim Croce “Bad Bad” Leroy Brown”…Chapter. 10
760.) Divinyls “I touch myself”…Chapter. 10
763.)Richie Valens “Come on Lets’ Go”…Chapter. 10
764.)Diana Ross “Someday we’ll be together”…Chapter. 10 Humor
765.) Rick Nelson “I will Follow you”…Chapter. 10
766.) K C & The Sunshine Band “Get Down Tonight”…Chapter. 10
767.) Montgomery Gentry “What do you think about that”…Chapter. 10
768.) The Temptations “Ain’t to proud to beg”…Ch.10
769.) Natalie Cole “Grown up Christmas Wish”…Ch.10
770.) Ginuwine “Pony” 1996 …Chapter. 10 Humor
771.) Marvin Sease “Sit Down on it”…Chapter. 10
774.) MC Hammer “U Can’t Touch This”…Chapter. 11 Reflection
775.) Santo & Johnny “Sleeping Walking”…Chapter. 11
776.) Mya ft. ODB & Pras “Ghetto Super Star 1998 …Chapter. 11
777.) Prince “The Most Beautiful Girl” 1994 Chapter 11
779.) Taylor Swift “Christmas Must be something More…Chapter. 11
781.) Randy Travis “Forever and Ever…Amen”…Chapter. 11
782.) Wendy Wisemen ";Girls & Boys...Toddler Hits...Chapter. 11
783.) Reunion ";Life is a Rock but the Radio Rolled me...1974 Chapter. 11
784.) Wynonna Judd “It all comes down to love”…Chapter. 11
785.) LL Cool J “I need Love”….Chapter. 11 Reflection
786.) Ricky Nelson ";Garden Party ...Chapter. 11 Reflection
788.) Bee Gees ";Stay in Alive";...Chapter. 11 Reflection
789.) Anita Ward ";Ring my Bell"; 1977...Chapter. 11 Reflection
792.) Princess Diaries “MPUL-The Journey” Disney Movie Soundtrack…Chapter. 11
794.) Ray Charles “America the Beautiful”…Chapter. 11
796.) Sugar Ray “Someday”…Chapter 11 Reflection
797.) Miracles “Mickey Monkey”…Chapter. 11
798.) Baba B “One More Time” Hawaiian Music…Chapter. 11 Reflection
800.) Belinda Carlisle “Heaven is A Place on Earth”…Chapter. 11
801.) Miles Davis “It never entered my mind” Sexy Music Chapter 11
802.) Eddie Ruth Bradford “To Close to the Mirror” Gosper Soul Christian Chaper 11
804.) Candyman “Knockin’ Boots” 1990…Chapter 11 Reflection
807.) Vangelis “Chariots of Fire “1982”…Chapter 11 Reflection
810.) Davis Lee Murphy “Dust on the Bottle”…Chapter. 11
812.) Frank Mills “Music Box Dancer…Chapter. 11
813.) Celine Deon “The Power of love” Chapter. 11
814.) Faith Hill “This Kiss” Chapter. 11
817.) Bridget Moses “Who Compares”…Chapter 11
818.) Dolly Parton “I will always love you” Chapter. 11
820.) Sam & Dave “Soul Man”…Chapter. 11
821.) Hot Cholcolate “I believe in Miracles”…Chapter. 11
824.) Kid Rock “All Summer Long”…Chapter. 11
825.) Def Leppard “Photography”…Chapter. 11
828.) Taylor Swift “Umbrella” Chapter. 11
829.) Jack Johnson “Better Together” Chapter. 11
830.) Sugarland “Fly Away”…Chapter. 11
831.) Amel Larrieux “Make Me Whole”…Chapter. 11
833.) Sara Bareillies “Love Song”…Chapter. 11
835.) Garth Brooks “Friends in low places”…Chapter. 11
838.) John Michael Montgomery” Life’s a Dance…Chapter. 12A Guidance
840.) Lee Ann Womack “Talk to me”…Chapter. 12A
841.)Sade “Love is Stronger than Pride”…Chapter. 12A.
842.) Genesis “Follow you Follow Me”…Chapter. 12A.
845.) Elton John & Kiki Dee “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”…Chapter. 12A
846.) Spaniels “Goodnight Sweetheart”…Chapter. 12A.
847.) PussyCat Dolls “Buttoms”…Chapter. 12A
850.)UB40 “The Way you do the Things you do”…Chapter. 12A
852.) Ayiesha Woods “Happy”…Chapter 12A Guidance
855.) Fergie “Fergalicious”…Chapter. 12A
856.) Marvin Gaye “Too Busy Thinking about my baby”…Chapter. 12B Education
866.) Britney Spears “Everytime”…Chapter. 12B
870.) Chuck Berry “School Days”…Chapter… 12B
875.) Shayne Ward “All My Life”…Chapter.12B Education
878.) Dido “White Flag”…Chapter. 12B
881.) Run DMC “Walk This Way”…Chapter. 13
882.) Terry Clark “The Real Thing”…Chapter. 13
884.) Dione Warwick, Stevie Wonder, Luther Vandross, & Whitney Houson “That’s what friends are for”…Chapter. 13
886.) Michael Jackson “Rock with You”…Chapter. 13
887.) Pink “Dear Mr. President featuring Indigo Girls”…Chapter. 13
888.) The Showman “It will Stand”…Chapter. 13
889.) Doris Day “Everybody” ….Chapter. 13
890.) Lee Greenwood “God Bless America”….Chapter. 13
891.) Tonya Watts “Mother Like Me”…Chapter. 13
892.) Ahmir “The Wedding Song”…Chapter. 13
893.) Taylor Swift “Love Story” Chapter 13
894.) AC/DC “you shook me all night”…Chapter.13
895.) Tim McGraw “Fly Away”…Chapter. 13
896.) Temptations “My Girl”…Chapter. 13
897.) 2 PAC “All Eyez on Me”…Chapter. 13
898.) Nelly Furtado“Say it Right”…Chapter. 13
899.) Burt Bacharach “What the world needs is love”…Chapter. 13
900.) The Bee Gees “How Deep is Your Love”…Chapter. 13
901.) Blackcrowes “Hard to Handle” 1990 …Chapter. 13 Society
903.) Rod Stewart “Have I told you Lately” Chapter. 13
908.) The Princess & The Frog “When We’re Human”…Chapter 13
909.) Chuck Berry “Sweet Little Sixteen”…Chapter. 13
910.) Earth, Wind, and Fire- “Reasons” Chapter. 13
911.) Charlie Chaplin “Smile”…Chapter. 13
912.) Notorious B.I.G “Juicy”…Chapter. 13
913.) The Viscounts “Who puts the Bomp”…Chapter. 13
915.) Randy Bachman “Takin Care of Business”…Chapter. 13
916.) Cindi Luaper “True Colors”….Chapter. 13
917.) Trisha Yearwood “She’s in love with the Boy”…Chapter.13
918.) Sarah Buxton “Love Like Heaven”…Chapter. 13
919.) Trace Adkins “Swing”…Chapter. 13
920.) Diana Ross- “Ain’t no Mountain High Enough”…Chapter. 13
921.) The Beattles “Love Me DO”…Chapter. 13
922.) Danielle Peck “Isn’t That Everything”…Chapter. 13
824.) Nate Sallie “Lone Ranger”…Chapter. 13
925.) Fleetwood Mac “Landslide”…Chapter. 13
926.) Snap “The Power” 1990…Chapter. 13 Society
927.) UB40 “Red Wine Red”…Chapter. 13
929.) Ini Kamoze “Here Comes The Hotstepper”…Chapter. 13
933.) Manfred Mann “Love like Yours (Don’t Come Knocking Everyday)”…Chapter. 14
934.) Outlandish- “Look into my Eyes” Chapter.14 Peace
935.) Elvis Presley- “Don’t be Cruel”…Chapter. 14
937.) The Dobbie Brothers “Listen to the Music”…Chapter. 14
938.) The Supreme “You Can’t Hurry Love”…Chapter. 14
940.) Chaka Khan “Ain’t Nobody”…Chapter. 14 Peace
941.) Sarah Bastin “I like the Peace”…Chapter. 14 Peace
942.) John Lennon “Imagine”…Chapter. 14
943.)Elizabeth Mitchell “you are my Sunshine”…Chapter. 14
944.) Melvin and Lee Williams “Cooling Water” Chapter. 14 Peace
945.) Ken Zhu Xiao Tian “A Song for you” Chapter. 14
946.) Christian Aquiliera “Candyman”…Pg. 14
947.) Hillary Duff “Come Clean”…Chapter. 14 Peace
948.) Rachel Williams “Lean”…Chapter. 14
949.) Dean Martin “That’s Amore”…Chapter. 14
950.) Nelly Furtado“Say it right”…Chapter. 14
951.) 2 Unlimited “Twil Light Zone” 1990’s St. Louis Blues Powe Play Song Ch.14
952.) Karen Peck & Now River “Spirit of Jesus”…Chapter. 14
953.) Plastic Ono Band “Give Peace a Chance”…Chapter. 14
954.) Mandy Moore “Crush” …Chapter. 14 Peace
955.) Wu Tang Clan “Song Shoolin Dance” Hip Hop…Chapter. 14 Peace
956.) John Lennon “Give Peace a Chance”…Chapter. 14
957.) Alantic Starr “Always”…Love Song…Chapter. 14 Peace
961.) Bachman-Turner Overdrive “Taken Care of Business” 1974…Chapter 14 Peace
963.) Mario Kart “Fainbow Road”…Chapter. 14 Peace
967.) John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John “Summer Nights” 1978…Chapter 14 Peace
970.) Blu Cantrell “Hit Em Up Style…(oops)” …Chapter. 14 Peace
972.) Frank Sinatra “I’ve got you under my skin”…Chapter. 14
975.) Sam Cooke “What a wonderful world…Chapter. 14 Peace
979.) Mary Chapin Carpenter “Shut up and kiss me”…Chapter. 14
981.) Lee Ann Womack “Something Worth Learning Behind”…Chapter. 14
982.) Mariah Carey “Fantasy”…Chapter. 14
986.) The O’Jay “Love Train…Chapter. 14
988.) Air Supply “Making Love Out of Nothing at All”…Chapter. 14
989.) House of Pain “Jump Around”…Chapter. 14
990.) Elvis Presley “Burning Love”…Chapter. 14
991.) The Platters “The Magic Touch” …Chapter. 14
992.) Rick Astley “Never Gonna Give you Up”…Chapter 14
993.) The Fleetwoods “Good Night My Loves”…Chapter.14
994.) The Red Hot Chilli Peppers “Give it Away”…Chapter. 14
995.) Gary Glitter “Rock & Roll Part 2”…Chapter. 14 Peace
996.) Joan Osborne “One of Us”…Chapter. 14 Peace
998.) Helen Reddy “I am Woman” 1972 Chapter. 14 Peace
999.) Mase “Feel So Good”…Chapter 14 Peace
1000.) Jason Mraz “Im Yours & I won’t Hezz-i-tate”…Chapter. 14
1001.) Paul Simon & Art Garfunkel “The Sound of Silence”…Chapter. 14
1002.) Danielle Peack “Where there’s a woman “…Chapter. 14
1005.) UB40 “I can’t help falling in love with you”…Chapter. 15A
1013.) Irene Carol “Flashdance…What a Feeling” Soundtrack from Flashdance…Chaper.15A
1015.) Collective Soul “Shine”…Chapter. 15.A
1020.) Cyndi Lauper “Time After Time” Feat. Sarah McLachlan…Chapter. 15.A
1022.) Inner Circle “Sweat (La La La La Long)…Chapter. 15A
1027.) Edwin McCain “I’ll Be”…Chapter. 15 A
1031.) Christopher Cross “Sailing”…Chapter. 15 A
1034.) Reba McEntire featuring Vince Gill “The Heart won’t Lie”…Chapter. 15.A
1035.) Steve Curtis Chapman“Cinderella…Chapter. 15.A
1038.) Reba McEntire “Because of you”…Chapter. 15B
1040.) Donna Summers “Last Dance”…Chapter. 15B.
1041.) Sounds of Music Motion Picture Soundtrack “Do Re Mi”…Chapter. 15B
1042.) Leona Lewis “Bleeding Love”…Chapter. 15B
1045.) Browns “It’s a God Thing” Southern Gospel…Chapter. 15B
1046.) Animla House Sound Track “Shama Lama Ding Dong” …Chapter. 15B
1047.) Blue Traveler “Hook”…Chapter. 15B
1048.)Karen Peck & New River “Ephesians Chaper 1” Enlighten Southern Gospel-Chapter.15B
1049.) Carol Douglas “Doctor’s Order”…Chapter. 15B
1050.) Rod Stewart “All for onw”…Chapter 15B
1053.) Sam & Ruby “Ain’t Love Somethin…Chapter. 15 B Medicine
1057.)Kurt Carr & The Kurt Carr Singers “In the Santuary” Ch. 15B
1060.) The Emotions “Best of my Love”…Chpater. 15C
1061.) Deborah Allen “All That I Want”…Chapter. 15C
1065.) Aretha Franklin “You make me Feel like a Natural Woman”..Chapter. 15C
1066.) Dolly Parton “Memories …Chapter. 15.C
1067.) Joss Stone Ft. Mavis Staples “I’ll take you there”…Chapter. 15 C
1068.) Jaci Velasquez “Unspoken” Christian Pop”…Pg. 15C
1069.) Kelly-Lynn “Miracles Happen”…Chapter. 15C
1070.) Listen Up & to ESPN College Fight Song “Cameday & The Big Show”…Chapter. 15C
1173.) Chris Cagle “What a Beautiful Day”…Chapter. 15.D
1074.) Black Eyed Peas “Boom Boom Pow” Featuring Fergie… Chapter. 15D
1075.) The Beatles “Come Together “..Chapter. 15D
1076.) Superchick “Pure”…Chapter. 15D
1077.) Britt Nicole “The Lost Get Found”…Chapter. 15D
1078.) Need to Breathe “Lay Em Down” ….Chapter. 15D
1079.) Deana Carter “How do I get there”…Chapter. 15.D
1081.) Guns-N-Roses… “November Rain”…Chapter. 15D
1082.) Sara Evans “I could not ask for more”…Chapter. 15.D
1083.) Etta James “A Sunday Kind of Love…Chapter 15.D
1086.) Slavador “Heaven”…Chapter. 16A
1088.) Air Supply“Making Love out of Nothing at all” Love Song….Chapter.16A
1089.) Christian Aguileria “Come Over”…Chapter. 16 A
1091.) Chuck Berry “Little Sweet Sixteen”…Chapter. 16A
1092.) Journey “Open Arms”…Chapter. 16A
1092.) Amanda Bynes “Pictures Perfect”…Chapter. 16.A
1094.) Kings of Leon “Use Somebody…Chapter.16.A
1095.) Madonna “Cherish”…Chapter. 16.A
1096.) Bette Midler “Wind Beneath My Wings”…Chapter 16.A
1097.) New Radicals “You Get Wht you Give”…Chapter. 16A.
1098.) Coldpay “Viva La Vida”…Chapter. 16A
1099.) Starship “Noting is going to stop us now”…Chapter 16 A
1100.) Crystals “Da Doo Ron Ron”…Chapter.16A
1104.) Eddie Ruth Bradford “Saved by Grace”…Chapter. 16B
1105.) Creedance Clearwater Revival “Looking our my Back Door”…Chapter. 16B
1106.) Parachute “She is Love”…Chapter. 16B
1107.) Chicago “You’re the Inspiration” Chapter. 16B
1108.) Denieice Williams “Silly”…Chapter. 16B
1109.) One Republic “Apologize”…Chapter 16B
1110.) Booker T & MG’s “Green Onion” 1960’s Classic…16B
1111.) Deana Carter “Strawberry Wine”…Chapter. 16.B
1112.) Alanis Morissette “You Learn”…Chpater. 16.B
1115.) Natasha Bedingfield “Unwrittern”…Chapter 16B
1117.) Kerry Perry “Hot & Cold”…Chapter. 16B
1118.) Tawny Health “Star Bright” Duet with Mom Chapter. 16.C
1119.) Jackson Five “I’ll be there”…Chapter. 16.C
1120.) Gloriana “Wild at Heart”…Chapter. 16.C
1121.) James Brown… “I got you…I feel Good”…Chapter 16C.
1122.) Tawny Health “Controversy”…Chapter. 16.C
1123.) Fats Domino “Whole Lotta Lovin”…50’s Pop Hits…Chapter. 16C.
1125.) Harry Belafonte “Day-O Banana Boat”…chapter. 16C
1126.) Etta James “At Last”…Chapter. 16C.
1127.) Taco Ockerse “Putting on The Ritz”…(1983)..Pg. Chapter. 16.C
1130.) Bobby Darin “Beyond the Sea”…Chapter. 16. D
1131.) Jonny & the Great Symphonic Orchestra “Secrets of the Stars”…Chapter. 16. D
1132.) Lady Gaga “Love Game”…Chapter. 16.D
1133.) Frank Sinatra “Fly me to the Moon”…Chapter 16.D
1134.) Pat Monahan “Her Eyes”…Chapter. 16.D
1135.) Kim Carnes “Betty Davis Eyes”…Chapter. 16D
1136.) Dire Staits “So Far Away”…Chapter. 16D
1137.) Ronda Vicent “Fisher of Men”Country Bluegrasss …Chapter. 16D
1138.) Groove Theory “ Tell Me”…Chapter. 16D
1139.) Bonnie Taylor “Total Eclispse of the Heart”…Chapter. 16D
1140.) Louis Armstrong “What a wonderful world:…Chapter. 16D
1141.) Madonna “Lucky Star”…Chapter. 16D
1142.) Chrissy DePauw “Shine”…Chapter. 16D
1143.) Buffalo Springfield “For What it’s Worth” …16D.
1146.) Ashley Gearing “A Girl Like Me”…Chapter. 17A
1148.) Sheryl Crow… “Soak Up the Sun”…Chapter. 17 A
1149.) Color Me Bad “All 4 Love…Chapter. 17 A
1150.) Barry White “Never Never Gonna Give Ya Up”…Chapter 17A
1151.) Melanie B “Feel So Good” A Spice Girl Solo”…Chapter 17A
1152.) Technotronic “Pump Up The Jam”…Chapter. 17A
1153.) Joy Williams “By Surprise” Christian Pop…Chaper. 17A
1154.) Frankie Vallie “Can’t Take My Eyes off You”… Chapter. 17A
1155.) Jordin Sparks “One Step at a Time”…Chapter. 17A
1156.) Steve Miller “Abracadabra” …Chapter 17 A
1157.) Green Day “Good Riddance” Time of Your Life…Chapter. 17A
1158.) Stevie Wonder “If you Really Loved”…Chapter. 17 A
1159.) Elton Britt “Chime Bells ”…Chapter. Chaper 17 A
1160.) Kelis“Milkshake” …Chapter. 17 A
1161.) Dion & The Belmonts “Runaround Sue”…Chapter. 17.A
1162.) Nicolette Larson “ Lotta Love”…Chapter. 17A
1163.) Vito and the Salutations “Unchained Melody”..17A
1165.) Lee Ann Womack “Something Worth Leaving Behind”…Ch.17A
1169) Barry White “Can’t get enough of your Love Babe”…Ch.17.B
1170.) C & C Music Factory “Gonna Make you Sweat”…Ch. 17. B
1171.) Sara Evans “I could not ask for more”…Ch.17.B
1173.) Madonna (Feat. Justin Timberlake & Timbaland) “4 Minutes”…Ch.17.B
1174.) Bredna Lee “MyBoy Lolli Pop”…Ch. 17B
1175.) The Ting Tings “No that’s not my name”…Ch.17B.
1176.) Bob Dylan “Knockin on Heaven’s Door”…Ch. 17B.
1178.) Brent Helming & Andy Park “Let it Rain” Ch. 17B.
1179.) Teddy Pendergrass “Close The Door”…Ch. 17B
1180.) Aerosmith “Angel”…Ch. 17B
1181.) Whodini “Five Minutes of Funk” 17.B
1184.) Bobby Brown “Don’t Be Cruel”…17.C
1185.) Jim Croce “You don’t Mess Around With Jim”…Pg. 17C.
1187.) Elivis Presley “Just Pretend”…Chapter. 17C.
1188.) Dobie Gray “ Drift Away”…Ch. 17C
1189.) Elvis Presley “All Shook Up”…Ch. 17C
1190.) The Platters… “The Magic Touch” 17C
1191.) Bobby McFerrin “Don’t Worry Be Happy”…17 C
1192.) Dixie Cups “Chapel of Love” Love Song…17C
1193.) Evelyn “Champagne king love come down 1982…17C
1199) Mungo Jerry “In the Summer Time”17D
1200.) Aretha Franklin “Baby, I love you”…Ch.17D
1202.) Brad Paisley & Dolly Parton “When I get where I’m going”…Ch.17D
1203.) Billy Joel “ An Innocent Man”…Ch. 17D
1204.) Chicago “You’re the Inspiration”…Ch.17D
1205.) Deborah Allen “What Makes a Woman”…Ch. 17D
1206.) Technotronic “Move This”……Chapter 17D
1207.) Kenny Loggins “Footloose”…Ch.17D
1208.) Mat Kearney “Closer to Love” Ch. 17D
1209.) Taylor Swift “The Best Days” ….Ch. 17D
1212.) Story of the Year “Until the Day I Die” …Chapter. 18
1213.) Kung Fu Panda “Everybody was Kung Fu Fighting”..Ch. 18 History
1216.) Aretha Franklin “Respect”…Ch. 18
1217.) Linda Ronstadt “Poor Poor Pitiful me”...Ch.18
1218.) Don Henley “The Heart of the Matter”…Ch. 18 History
1219.)Jordyn Taylor “What If”…Chapter. 18
1221.) Tammy Trent “A the Foot of The Cross”…Christina Pop Ch. 18
1223.) Pocahontas “Colours of the Wind” Disney Sountrack…Chapter. 18
1224.) Sha Na Na “Hand Jive”…Chapter. 18
1225.) Rolling Stones “I can’t get no Satisfaction”…Chapter 18
1227.) Crystal Shawanda “My Roots are Showing”…Ch.18
1228.) Johnny Horton “Battle of New Oreleans”…Ch.18
1229.) Boyz-to-Men “End of the Road”…Ch. 18
1232.) Maxwell “Lifetime”…Ch. 18
1233.) Bobby Darin “Dream Lover”…Ch.18
1234.) Steve Holy “Good Morning Beautiful”…Ch. 18
1238.) Reba McEntire “I’m Survivor”…Ch.18
1239.) Brother TZ “Somewhere over the Rainbow” Chapter. 18 History
1241.) Rachel Thibodeau “Strip it down”…Chapter. 18
1243.) Soul II Soul “Keep on Moving”…Chapter. 18
1247.) Toby Mac “One World”…Chapter. 18
1259.) Europe “The Final Countdown”…Chapter. 18
1262.) Stevie Wonder “ Supersitition…Ch. 18 History
1263.) Harout Pamboujians’s Khntsor Ktsi Music “Tapdance Armenian Music”…Ch.18
1264.)Biz Markie “Just A Friend”…Chapter. 18
1268.) The Offspring “Come Out and Play”….Chapter. 18
1271.) Faces “Ooh La La”…Classic Hit …Chapter 19 Motivation
1272.) Queen “We are the Champions”…Chapter. 19
1273.) Doris Troy “Just One Look”...Chapter. 19
1274.) ESPN Presents “Jock Jams”…Chapter. 19 Motivaton
1275.) Stylistics “you are everything”…Chapter. 19
1277.) Cheryl Lynn “Got to be Real”…Chapter. 19
1279.) Luther Vandross”So Amazing”…Chapter. 19
1280.) Bee Gees “Night Fever”…Chapter. 19
1283.) Chicago “just you –n- me”…Chapter. 19
1292.) EMF “Unbelieveable”…Chapter. 19
1294.) Kassie DePaiva “I want to love you”…Ch.19 Motivation
1295.) REO Speedwagon “Can’t fight this feeling”…Ch.19
1299.) George Michael “You gotta to have Faith” Chapter. 19
1300.) Joe Cocker “you are so beautiful”…Chapter. 19
1301.) Joe Cocker “with a little help from my friends”…Chapter. 19
1303.) Lenny Kravitz “Are you gonna go my way”…Chapter. 19 Motivation
1304.) Sara Westbrook “Love Crusade” Chapter. 19
1305.)Pixie Lott “Your love My Love”…Chapter. 19 Motivation
1311.) Wilson Picket “634-5789”…Chapter. 20 Romance
1312.) The Islay Brother “This Heart of Mine”…Chapter.20
1313.) Johnny Rivers “Baby, I need your lovin”…Chapter. 20
1314.) Jackson Five “One More Chance”…Chapter.20
1315.) Johnny Rivers “Do you want to dance”…Chapter. 20
1316.) Dashboard Confessional “Stolen”…Chapter. 20
1317.) Color Me Bad “I want to Sex you Up”…Chapter. 20
1318.) Counting Crows “Yellow Taxi” Chapter. 20
1319.) Dixie Chicks “Cowboy Take Me Away”…Chapter. 20
1320.) Marvin Gaye “Sexual Healing”…Chapter. 20
1322) Journey “Open Arms”…Chapter. 20
1323.) Wyclef (Feat. Claudette) “Two Wrongs” Chapter. 20
1324.)Room for Two “My kinda Perfect”…Chapter. 20
1325.) The Penguins “Earth Angels (Will you be mine) Chapter. 20
1326) Bobby Darin “Dream Lover” Chapter. 20
1327) The Romantics- “What I like about you” Chapter. 20
1328) John Mayer “Say”…Chapter. 20
1329) Whitney Duncan “Skinny Dippin” Chapter. 20
1331.) Sixpence None the Richer “Kiss Me” 1999 Chapter 20 Romance
1335) The Platters “Only You” Chapter. 20
1337) Shania Twain “You are still the One”…Chapter. 20 Romance
1340 The Drifters “Under the Board Walk”…Chapter. 20
1342) Paddy Casey “I keep”…Chapter. 20
1343) Engelbert Humperdnick “Am I that Easy to Forget”…Chapter.20
1344) Bill Haley & his Comets “We’re gonna Rock Around the Clock”…Chapter. 20
1345) Marvin Gaye “Sexual Healing Romance”…Ch.20
1346) Chubby Checkers “Limbo Rock” Chapter. 20
1347) Chubby Checkers “Let’s Twist Again”…Chapter. 20
1348.) Frankie Vallie and the Four Seasons “Stay”…Chapter. 20
1350.) Journey “Don’t Stop Believin” Chapter. 20
1351.) Allison Krauss & Union Station” When you say nothing at all”…Chapter 20
1352.) Bruce Springsteen “Radio Nowhere” Chapter. 20
1355.) Tommy Ellison “Keep Jesus in your life” Chapter. 20
Music is a total constant. That's why we have such a strong visceral connection to it, you know? Because a song can take you back instantly to a moment, or place, or even a person. No matter what else has changed in you or the world, that one song or songs stay the same, just like that moment or moments..
Index 4: Page Number of Movies that are Truth, Inspiration, Motivation, Awareness Enhancement, Religion, Science, and Motivation
163.)”An American President 1995” with Michael Douglass & Annette Bening
220.) “Rain Man” with Tom Cruise & Dustin Huffman…Awareness Enhancement-Chapter. 1
234.) “The Great Debaters” with Denzel Washington…Truth-Communication-Chapter.2
282)” It’s A wonderful Life (1946)”with James Stewart…Encouragement…Chapter.3
331.) Babe (1995) with Director Chris Noonan Enlightenment Courtesy Movie..Chapter.4
419.) Untamed Heart…Christian Slater…Love-Chapter. 5
422.) Breakfast at Tiffany’s…Audrey Hepburn & George Peppard…Love-Chapter.5
461.) “Willie Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, 1971 with Director Mel tuart-Chapter.6
485.) “The Pick-Up Artist (1987)” Robert Downy Jr. & Molly Ringwald-Nature-Ch. 7
511.) “Instinct” with Cuba Gooding Jr. & Sean Connor…TRUTH-Nature- Chapter.7
553.) “Working Girl (1998) with Sigourney Weaver & Harrison Ford-Chapter. 8
706.) “The Blind Side” (2009) with Sandra Bullocks –Chapter 9 Religion
707.) “The Ten Commandments”…Religion –Chapter. 9
721.) “It Happen One Night”…Romantic Comedy Classic…Chapter. 10
780.) “Glory Road” with Director James Gartner…Truth Motivational Reflection –Ch. 11
787.) “Vision Quest” with Matthew Modine & Linda Florentino-Motivational Refection Ch.11
839.) “The Pursuit of Happiness” (2006) with Will Smith …Awareness…Chapter.12
851.) “Cheaper by the Dozen” (2003) with Steve Martion & Bonnie Hunt-Mother’s Day Movie…Guidance-Chapter.12.A
877.)“Parenthood” (1989) with Steve Martin….Father Day Movie…Education-Ch.12.B
883.) Beaches (1988) with Director Gary Marshall & Actress Bette Midler…Friendship Movie…Chapter.13
888.) “Pay it Forward” (2000) Kevin Spacey, Helen Hunt, & Haley Joel Osment, Society…Chapter.13
943.) “Crash”…Awareness…Peace. Chapter. 14
997.)”My Fair Lady “(1964)….Lovely Hope & Achievement …Chapter. 14
1000.) Alice in Wonderland (2010 & 1951))…Fairytale Enchanting Motivation …Chapter 14
1011.) “House” Medical Drama Comedy with Hugh Laurie…Chapter. 15.A
1100.) “Blade Runner (1982)” with Harrison Ford…Science Fiction…Chater.16
1138.) “Akeelah & the Bee (2006) with Keke Palmer & Laurence Fishburnee..Ch.16.D
1147.) “The Net” with Sandra Bullock…Awareness…Technology-Chapter .17
1248.)“Forrest Gump” with Tom Hanks…Inspiration History –Chapter .18
1281.)”Rocky (1976)” with Sylvester Stallone”…Motivation-Chapter. 19
1339.) “When Harry Met Sally” with Billy Crystal & Meg Ryan”…Romance-Chapter. 20
Positve Progression of Movies 2010 & On 4 The A+ Improvement 95% or Higher Bar Target ...We need more positive miracle true story movies on the Marekt that are easy to find or locate
";When a defining moment comes along, you can do one of two things. Define the moment, or let the moment define you.";---Tin Cup Movie
Glossary Poetry Terms & Styles
1.) Abecedarian- is an alphabetic acrostic. Rather than spelling out the title, each line begins with a word beginning with the next successive line in the alphabet. For example, if the first line begins with “A” then the second line would begin with a word starting with the letter “B.”
2.) Acrostic- each line begins with a word, phrase, or the beginning of sentence first letter of a word spells out a word or words in a horizontal direction. The first of each line of the poem works together to spell a word, usually the title of the poem.
3.) Aisling- (pronounced ashling) was developed in Ireland after the 17th century. Unlike some of the other poetic forms listed, this poem does have a rhyme scheme. It identified by content. The aisling is characterized by the poet reciting the tale of having a vision of Ireland in the form of a woman. She can be old or young, beautiful or haggard. This woman is referred to in the poem as an speirbhean (sky-woman). She mourns the state of the Irish people and predicts a change of fortune. This form is one that grew in popularity due to its political power. It is believed that this form was inspired by the French reverdie.
4.) Alliteration- is the repetition of the same sounds at the beginning of words or stressed syllables. For example, the tongue twister” Suzie sells sea shells down by the seashore” uses alliteration. In the modern usage, alliteration is most commonly consonantal.
5.)Anapest- is a metrical foot used in types of poetry. It consists of two unstressed syllables followed by one stressed (uu’).
6.) Anaphora- is the repetition of a word or a phrase as the beginning of successive clause. For example, Winston Churchill is quoted as saying “We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds…” The phrase “we shall fight” is an example of an anaphora.
7.) Antonym- is a word that has the opposite meaning of another word. For example, the antonym of smooth is rough.
8.) Assonance- is the repetition of an identical or similar vowel sound. The “oo” sound in the sentence “look” at the cookies is an example of assonance.
9.) Ballad- is a short narrative poem with multiple stanzas of four lines each and it usually uses a refrain. The story originates from a wide range of subjects, but it most frequently focuses of folklore or popular legends. Ballads are usually suitable for singing and are generally written with the last words of the second and fourth lines rhyming.
10.) Ballade- is a twenty-line French form relying on the foundation of three stanzas, an envoi, and usually an apostrophe. It must use the rhyme scheme of ababbcc dedeeff ghghii.
11.) Blank Verse- style of poetry is written in iambic pentameter; its main characteristic is its end-stopped lines. Poems written in bland verse can be as long as the poet wishes provided that each line is written in iambic pentameter.
12. Calligram-is a poem that designed to form a shape or an object related to the poem topic. For example, a poem about tears could be formatted to look like a teardrop.
13.) Canzona (Canzone) - is a short lyric poem of French origin. It gained popularity in the middle Ages in Italy. The subject of the type of poetry is often love, nature, or which is called an envoi. The stanza vary from seven to twenty lines.
14.) Chant Royal-is a poetic form that originated in 14th century France; it was introduced to England five centuries later. It consists of five eleven-line stanzas with a rhyme scheme a-b-a-b-c-c-d-d-e-d-e and a five-line envoi rhyming d-d-e-d-e or a seven-line envoi c-c-d-d-e-d-e.
15.) Chastushka- is a type a traditional Russian poetry. They are written as a single quatrain in trochaic tetrameter with an abab or abcb rhyme scheme. They are amusing, satirical, or ironic and cover topics ranging from bawdy jokes to propaganda. They parallel the limerick, and are usually accomplished by music. The musical refrain between chastukas gives the audience time to laugh without missing the next one. Poets are resourceful and clever when performing them in front of an audience where the contestants mocked each other in competitions similar to today’s hip-hop improvisational battles.
16.) Cinuain (Quaintain) - is a five-line stanzaic form the varies in rhyme and line length. It is usually written in the ababb rhyme scheme. The form became more specialized in the hands of America poet Adelaide Crapsey. With a nod to the Japanese poetry style, she wrote cinquains as short, unrhymed five-lines as short, unrhymed five-line poems as two, for six, eight, and two syllables per line, respectively.
17.) Clerihew-is a biographical and whimsical verse consisting of two couplets and a specific rhyming scheme, usually aabb. The poem names a well-known person/Character who is introduced within the first line. The lines are irregular in length.
18.) Cliché’- is a phrase that is so overused that it has lost its meaning.
19.) Consonance-is the repetition of an identical or similar consonance sound. The “b” sound as in the sentence “Blue babe books are usually used for boys’ is an example of consonance.
20.) Couplet- is a unit verse consisting of two successive lines, usually rhyming, that present a complete thought.
21.) Dactyl-is a metrical foot consisting of one accented syllable followed by two unaccented syllables, like flattery.
22.) Dedication- is not mandatory for any poem. Your poem may be dedicated to a person, a place, or an event.
23.) Diction- is the manner which something is expressed; it’s the vocabulary choice as well as presentation.
24.) Direct Rhyme-is rhyme that flows naturally and unforced. Couplets often end in direct rhyme.
25.) Elegy-The elegy was originally written for elegiac meter. Traditional elegiac meter is dactylic hexameter followed by pentameter. Unlike a eulogy that must focus on the death of someone, the elegy can also be a poem of sad, reflective, somber tone.
26.) Enclosed Rhyme- an example of enclosed rhyme is abba. Enclosed rhyme quatrains are used in the first stanzas of an Italian sonnet.
27.) End-stopped-lines of poetry are end-stopped when they terminate with punctuation.
28.) Englyn- is a traditional Welsh style of poetry based on rigid patterns of rhyme. There are eight types of englynion. This style is thought to have derived from the inscriptions of the Roman tombs in Wales. For this reason, we will focus on the englyn milwr (soldier’s englyn). This style consists of three seven-syllable lines that rhyme.
29.) Enjambment-Lines of poetry are considered enjambed when a single thought continues from one line to the next without punctuation.
30.) Envoi-As a piece of other poetic forms, the envoi is the name for the short stanza at the close of a poem. It addresses an imagined or actual person; it may also be used to comment on the earlier content of the poem. It also repeats rhyme words or sounds used in the main body of the poem.
31.) Epigram- is short poem that compresses insight and wit into few lines. It often relates a clever twist or a witty statement.
32.) Epistle Poem- is a poem written in the form of a letter.
33.) Epithalamium-is a poem written in celebration of a marriage wishing the couple well.
34.) Figure of Speech-is an expression that uses language in a figurative sense, a structured or unusual way, or utilizes sound to achieve an effect. Metaphors and similes are examples of figures of speech.
35.) Foot (Plural Feet) - is the smallest unit of measurement in English poetry. They are made up of combinations of accented and unaccented syllables. They are: Anapest uu/ Dactyl/ uu Iamb u/ Pyrrhic uu Spondee// Trochee/ u / represents stressed syllables and u represents unstressed syllables. If you have troubles trying to decide what is stressed, consult a dictionary.
36.) Free Verse- style of poetry leaves the entire form up to the poet’s discretion. There are no requirements to this form. It may or may rhyme. It can be as long or as short as the poet wishes.
37.) Groom- this Danish aphoristic poem was created by the Danish poet and scientist Piet Hein. They were published in the daily paper during the Nazi Occupation in the spring of 1940. They were meant to inspire the people to passive resistance against Nazi Occupation in WWII. They are brief and precise with sophisticated rhythms and rhymes. However, the lengths, rhythms, and rhyme scheme are entirely up the poet.
38.) Haiku- One of the Japanese forms of poetry, the haiku is a short poem of three lines using five syllables in the first, seven syllables in the second, and five syllables in the third line. It does not rhyme and is nature oriented.
39.) Heroic Couplet- is an English form that is commonly used in epic and narrative poetry. It is a poem constructed entirely through rhyming couplets written in iambic pentameter. These couplets tend to be closed rather than enjamed. It gained its popularity during the 18th century.
40.) Homonym- is a word that has many meanings in context. For example, a bank can be both “a place where money is kept” and “a piece of land.”
41.) Homophone-is a word that is pronounced the same as another word, but it has a different meaning and is spelled differently. An example of homophone is “there” and “their.”
42.) Iamb- is a metrical foot used in types of poetry. It consists of an unstressed syllable and stressed syllable, such as at-tempt.
43.) Imagery- is literary reference to the five senses (sight, touch, smell, hearing and taste). It is the vocabulary used to create a metal image. In poetry images are often created by using figures of speech such as similes and metaphors.
44.) Indirect Rhyme- is more subtle than direct rhyme and it may be used to echo a sound. It is also called a “half-rhyme” or a “Slant rhyme.”
45.) Invocation- is a prayer, to a muse or deity, which attempts to call forth the aid of the requested being.
46.) Kimo- was invented in Israel as a post-haiku poetic form. Like the haiku, the kimo is three lines. The lines are ten, seven, and six syllables respectively.
47.) Kyrielle- originated in troubadour poetry. It is derived from the Kyrie, a part of many Christian liturgies. It is written rhyming couplets or quatrains and uses a variant of the refrain “Lord have mercy” as either the second line of the couplets or the last line of the quatrain. While there are variations on rhyme scheme, it can be aR a Ror even aabR ccbR, etc.
48.) Limerick-is a five-line humorous poem. It is a form of light verse containing five lines, in which the first, second, and fifth rhyme and the third and fourth lines rhyme (aabba).
49.) Line- is the smallest section of a poem, it is one line of text.
50.) Line Break- is where one line ends and another begins.
51.) Metaphor- is figure of speech that directly compares two or more unrelated subjects. For example, my hunger is a bandy reigned thunder.
52.) Meter-is a pattern established for a verse (such as iambic pentameter). See Rhythm
53.) Monologue- is a speech made by one character in a literary work or a dramatic speech made by an actor.
54.) Nonet-The nonet has nine lines. The first line has nine syllables, the second eight and so forth until the last line closes with one syllable. The subject can be anything the poet wishes and there is no mandatory rhyme scheme.
55.) Octave-is an eight-lined stanza..
56.) Ode- is a poem honoring a person, a place or a thing. Rhyme scheme is entirely subject to the poet’s wishes.
57.) Onomatopoeia- is the use of words to imitate sounds associated with objects such as “Quack” of “Click.”
58.)Ottavia Rima-orginated in Rome, Italy as an eight-line poem with a rhyme scheme of abababcc; each line is written in iambic pentameter.
59.) Oxymoron- is a rhetorical figure that conjoins contradictory terms, such as “jumbo shrimp” or “deafening silence.
60.) Palindrome-is a word, phrase, verse, sentence, or even poem that reads the same forward or backward. It stems from the Greek word palindromos. The carefully placed words create the same sentence, whether it is read forward or backward. For example, ‘Mirrored images reflect images mirrored’ which includes a word in the center as a reversal point for the sentence or even the poem.
61.) Pantoum-consists of a series of quatrains rhyming abab. The second and fourth lines of the first quatrain recur as the first and third lines in the following quatrain. Succeeding quatrains introduce a new second rhyme, i.e. abab bcbc. The form can include as many stanzas as the poet wishes as long as they follow this structure. The closing stanza opens with the second line of the previous stanza, but the second and fourth lines come from the first stanza. Hence, the last stanza is structured like this: line 2 of previous stanza Line 3 of first stanza Line 4 of previous stanza Line 1 of first stanza.
62.) Pantun- was created in Malay. It ws originally an oral literary form of experience. Pantuns have an even number of lines and can range from two to sixteen lines. It generally has four lines and has a structured fixed rhythm. Ever line tends to have anywhere from eight to twelve syllables. The quatrains rhyme in an abab pattern with the second and fourth lines of the first stanza becoming the third and first lines of the following stanza respectively. While it’s similar to the pantoum, the lines are reversed when they are repeated in the poem.
63.) Parody- is an artistic work that imitates or mocks the style of an author or work for comic effect or ridicule. For example, weird Al Yankovic parodied Madonna’s song “Like a Virgin” with his song “Like a Surgeon.”
64.) Pastoral-poem depicts an idyllic life in the countryside.
65.) Pathos-is the quality in an artistic work that evokes feeling of sympathy, pity, or sorrow.
66.) Persona-is a voice or character in a literary work.
67.) Prose-is type of poem that reads as a short story.
68.) Pyrrhic-is a metrical foot used in types of poetry. It consists of two unstressed syllables. (uu)
69.) Quatrain-is a poem consisting of four lines of verse with a specific rhyming scheme with the first and third lines rhyming and the second and fourth lines rhyming. The word “Quatrain” can also be used to describe a four-line stanza within a poem.
70.) Reverdie-This non-political French form does not have a rhyme scheme. In order to be a reverdie, the poem must impart the story of meeting an attractive mystical woman who signifies the reward of nature, spring, and love.
71.) Rhyme Royal (Rime Royal)- the rhyme royal scheme is the poem of rhyming lines in a poem. Rhyme scheme are denoted by representative letter to show which lines rhyme. For example, abab could denote a quatrain’s rhyme scheme.
72.) Rhythm-is the actual sound that results from line of poetry. Thus, the meter of a line may be described as being “iambic” but a full description of the rhythm would require the pattern analysis of the language to include tempo changes and how the meter interacts with other elements of vocabulary. In English, metrical rhythm is generally used. It involves exact patterns of stresses or syllables in repeated patterns within a line called “feet.” Rhythm based on meter in English usually concerns the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables.
73.) Rondel- is a variation of the rondeau where the first two lines of the first stanza are repeated as the last lines of the second and third stanzas. This fourteen-line poem relies on a rhyme scheme of ABab abAB abbaAB. (AB represents the repetition of the same line.)
74.) Rondelet- is a brief form of French poetry. It consists of one seven-line stanza and a refrain with a strict rhyme scheme and a distinct meter pattern. The refrain should contain the same words, but changes to puncation are acceptable. Line 1 four syllables (a) Line 2 eight syllables (b)Line 3 (repeat of line1)Line 4 eight syllables (a) Line 5 eight syllables (b) Line 7 (repeat of line 1)
75.) Rubaiyat- is an Arabic poem; it is Persian word for quatrain. The rhyme scheme is aaba. The convention for expanded rubaiyat allows the unrhymed line would rhyme line in the following stanzas. If it continues to the z for the rhyme scheme, the unrhymed line would rhyme with the first (a).
76.) Scansion-is the term used to describe the analysis of the patterns of meter in a poem.
77.) Sestina- This French form consists of thirty-nine lines. There are six six-line stanzas and it usually concludes with a triplet. There is no restriction on line length though it traditionally is written in iambic pentameter. The first stanza has six lines. The word that ends each of the six lines must also end the lines of the five following stanzas in a particular pattern. The pattern would look like this if you numbered the lines. Stanza 1-123456 Stanza 2-615243 Stanza 3-364125 Stanza 4-532614 Stanza 5-451362 Stanza 6-246531. The concluding triplet Line 1uses the words from 2 and 5 Line 2 uses the words from 4 and 3 Line 3 uses the words from 1 and 6.
78.) Sijo- This Korean style was originally called tanga. This form, like the haiku, is founded in natural themes and a short structure. However, metaphysical and astronomical themes are also investigated. The lines average pause in the middle of the line. In English, they are often printed as six lines rather than three. The first line is used to introduce a situation. The second line develops it and the third line provides a conclusion with a twist to resolve the tension and provides an enduring ending.
79.) Simile-is a figure of speech used to compare one subject to another. Frequently, similes are denoted by use of the words “like,” “as,” or “so.” For example, “my smile is like an umbrella” is a simile.
80.) Sonnet- it usually focuses on the subject of real or imagined courtly love. It is a form of fourteen lines of iambic pentameter in a variation of rhyme schemes: abba abba cd ee dd or abba abba cde cde.
81.) Sonnet, Petrarch an (Italian) - is made of two parts the octave and the sestet. The octave (abba abba) introduces a problem from a viewpoint. The sestet (cde cde) changes the viewpoint and the poem concludes with a personal resolution. While the octave must be rhymed abba, there are many variations for the sestet’s rhyme scheme. It may be cce dde or cdd cee, etc.
82.) Sonnet, Shakespearean (English) - is another variation of the fourteen-line poem consisting of there quatrains and a final couplet written in iambic pentameter with rhyme scheme of abab cdcd efef gg. The third quatrain is marked by a change in the poem’s tone or the introduction of a revelation or epiphany.
83.) Spondee-is a metrical foot used in types of poetry. It consists of two stressed syllables.
84.) Stanza-is the second largest unit of a poem. It is also referred to as a “verse.” In traditional poetry, stanza is often indentified by a shared rhyme scheme, form, of fixed number of lines (sestet and quatrain, for example). In modern poetry, stanzas may also be created for visual appearance when printed.
85.) Stanza Break-is the blank line that separates stanzas.
86.) Syllable-is a unit of spoken language consisting of single uninterrupted sound. Syllables are important for a number of forms such as the haiku.
87.) Synecdoche- is a type of metaphor where a part of an item represents the whole. For example, “Four tongues wagged in unison” is a synecdoche. The tongues represent the people speaking.
88.) Synesthesia- combines two senses together. For example, “Velvet silence” lets one feel the sound.
89.) Synonym- is a word that has similar definition to another word, making them interchangeable in content. For example, a synonym of “laugh” is “Chortle.”
90.) Tanagra- is a short type of Filipino poem, consisting of four seven-syllable lines each with the same rhyme at the end of each line. It would be 7-7-7-7 syllabic verse, with an aaaa rhyme scheme. Like the haiku, traditional tanagas do not have titles. They have been handed down from oral history or are used to share proverbs and moral ethics. Tanagas were designed for their original language, Tagalog. However, the form is dying. The modern tanagas can be written in English and other languages. In the modern movement, lines are still restricted to seven syllables, but the rhyme scheme can vary to aabb, abab, abba or even aaab, baaa, or abcd.
91.) Tanka-originated in Japan. The five-line poem consists of thirty-one syllables broken up as five-seven-five-seven-seven. It is unrhymed and traditionally it reflects nature in a simple and succinct style. The haiku was originally the opening three lines of a tanka.
92.) Tercet (Triplet)-is three lines of poetry forming a stanza or a poem. An enclosed tercet rhymes aba. Both the villanelle and the Italian sonnet use a trecet.
93.) Terzanelle- combines the villanelle and the terza rima. It is nineteen lines total with five triples and a concluding quatrain. The rhyme scheme for the five triplets is aba, bcb, cdc, ded, efe. It ends with either fafa or ffaa.
94.) Triolet-One of the French forms of poetry, a triolet consists of a pair of quatrains with two rhyming sounds. The first, fourth, and seventh line are exactly the same, and the second line repeats as the last (eighth) line. It uses rhyme scheme of ABaAabAB. The capitals represent the repeated lines
95.) Trochee (Choree)-is a metrical foot consisting of a stressed and ustressed syllable, such as Pe-ter. This type of foot often appears in nursey rhymes.
96.) Villanelle- is a French style nineteen-line poem consisting of a very specific rhyming scheme: aba aba aba aba aba abaa. The first and the third lines in the first stanza are repeated in alternating order throughtout the poem, and appear together in the last two lines.
97.) Virelai Acien-orginated in Middle Ages France. It consists of a tercet of two long lines and one short line rhyming aab to create the foundation for the stanza. Each stanza can have as many tercets as the poet wishes. The non-rhymed lines become the rhyming lines of the following stanza. A sample rhyme scheme would be aabaab bbcbbc ccdccd ddadda.
98.) Virelai Nouveau-is a rare and difficult form to use that’s main characteristic uses a double refrain on only two rhymes. The poem begins with a couplet and these two lines become the refrain through the alternating stanzas. The poem ends with an envoi and the last two lines the opening couplet in reversed order. There is no standard of lines per stanza or pattern of rhymes.
Rhyming Riddles Mind Brain Education Answers
The Ethical Tactful Art of Motivating Communication…Pg. 278
Enlighten and wise…Pg.317
Both, it is the combination that is attractive, Creativity and Pro-action….Pg. 469
8.) Psychological Moment…Pg.514
8. A) Credit…Pg.556
8. B) Ledger…Pg. 571
8.C) Humble Accurate Effective Administration…Pg. 584
8.D) Natural & Simple it sets the pace for profits during present & future…Pg.600
8. E) Needed because it saves time and make a better future…Pg.624
8. F) It means you have a Gold mind as long as you appraise the market successfully…Pg.635
9.) It is in the questioning of what and how that scientifically can separate Science from Religion…Pg.643
10.) Work is a form of mental and physical exercise that is extremely health like sex with marriage…Pg. 710
11.) Conservative values have their benefits wrapped in modernism with a open mind to safely positively explore…Pg. 772
12.) A system of order that has the best answers of leadership to show how to reach full potential…
12B.) Yes, the path of understanding is achieved through commonality likeness attracts each other education and experience is a key to omnipotence…Pg. 861
13.) Fellowship, Companionship, Friendship, and Relationships…Pg. 879 13.1) Culture…Pg. 879
14.) Peaceful is the most important because of its meaning tranquil…Pg.930
15A.)Medical…Pg. 1003 15B.) Stress from a lack of positive creativity in civilization & the best sports’ world beliefs’ with Epigram Virtues …Pg. 1032 15C.)Yes…Pg.1056
15D.)Conscience thought separates animals from human. Pg. 1069,
16A.) The different degrees, approaches of observation and experiments are methodical, organized, well-organized, ordered, orderly, meticulous, rigorous, exact, precise, accurate, mathematical, analytical, and rational…Pg. 1084
16B.1) Stairs…Pg.1101; 16B.2) A Crosswind…Pg.1101; 16B.3) A library because it has the most stories…Pg. 1101
16C.1) Fire…pg. 1112; 16C.2) A doughnut..pg.1112; 16C.3) A coat of Paint...Pg. 1112
16D)The year 1961. It reads the same upside down. This will not happen again until the year 6009…Pg.1128
17A.) A Bridge & A bridge of the Nose…Pg.1144
17B.1) A Yardstick…pg.1166; 17B.2) The Ocean…pg.1166;
17B.3) Smiles. (There a mile between the first and last letter.)…Pg.1166
17C.1) Abdominals and back…pg.1182;
17C.2) One makes acorns, the other makes corns ache…pg.1182; 17C.3) An Egg…Pg.1182
17D.)One gathers what he ‘sows’, the other ‘sews’ what she gathers…Pg.1197
18.) There is a need of systematic and factual information for the reasoning logic of truth…Pg.1210
19.) Motive… Pg.1269
Guaranteed way to improve habits and to end negative habits is to intimate or perfect this bible through repletion, repetition, and writing, but you must believe it. It is healthy mind altering brain and body stimulating miracle bible of healing into or to the positive mind set and body.
Final Comments the Twelve Maxims
1.) Motivational Maxim
We in our daily lives may waste one’s feelings on themselves in empty words; they ought to be distilled into positive motivational actions with it, it brings successful results in an enthusiastic encouraging manner. Motivation which makes us grateful is to experience greatness or goodness that makes us happy. You must be motivated and motivating to others... Motivation is positive learning and guaranteed way to success, the way excellence goes with goodness.
2.) Optimism Maxim
Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing should be done without encouragement, confidence, hope, and motivation. Optimism is essential to achievement and it is also the foundation of courage and true progress. Enthusiasm is spiritual and being optimistic fulfills hope and guarantees away to any type of positive success with inspiration.
3.) Health Maxim
Health comes and improves with exercise and healthy eating. The younger you start the longer you will live. Health and exercise is a habit that needs to be carried on from youth to old age and it will be an easier habit the younger you start. All businesses should make all employees exercise like the United States active duty Military which will produce a happier healthier person mind and body. It is a stress reliever and longevity enhancer: exercise, positive education, and healthy eating.
4.) Healing Maxim
One of the most valuable things we can do to heal one another is lend a kind ear to find tune the direction always ending on a positive note. The source of mind altering healthy healing conversation starts with motivation and motivational positive thinking images and words. A bad stigma or stigmas’ is and are depleting to the mind and body it slows down the process of holistic healing with the rest of civilization. Abraham Lincoln “Did say everybody is equal.” Everybody does have anointed ability. Recovery is achieved through belief. Energy, positive action, love, rest and persistence alters and achieves the goal to happy successful healing of optimal balance. There are no permanent mentally insane people only retarded. Humans are retarded or healthy but both teachable. Faith and belief is that thing that can over come any situation to any great achievement in reality. All Mental Health Hospitals need be closed forever, open up Motivational Hospitals to improve society and civilization
5.) Success Maxim
Patience, persistence, and perspiration makes an unbearable combination for positive success, if you have unlimited positive motivation. Positive Karma wants you to know it. Success of achievement is the fuel that is necessary for growth. Discover or find and release your anointed potential which makes for happiness which is in motivation, inspiration, encouragement, and enthusiasm. It is real and true achievement that makes for happy life in whatever it maybe. It is positive karma. Anybody and everybody wants to be associated with it. Associate yourself with the best, accept nothing less.
6.) Final Preside Precept Percept Care Compassion Communication Maxim Quote
Through compassion and care a world of people or community functions in a civilization. Perfect harmony, level and balance are achieved through the goodness of quality leadership. The thing always happens that you really believe in, and the belief in a thing makes it happen. Every man or woman stamps his or her value on himself or herself. Man and woman are made great or small by his or her own will and beliefs.
7.) Proverb Maxim
To be a pioneer or do anything that is worth while and needed in modern time, you must attribute your success to this…Never give-up or take any excuse. To forgive is virtue and it is never too late to change for the better and best.
8.) Psalm Maxim
You shall be fulfilled with joy; love, success, and belonging, if you understand this bible and apply it.
9.) Aphorism Maxim
Ideals are like stars choose them to guide you and you will reach your destiny. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence is an art won by training and habituation of virtue. We, you and I are only as strong or as smart as the strongest and smartest one. We humans are a network of systems into civilization; it is in us and our ability to consistently change to positive progression…
10.) Quatrain Maxim
Whenever you have an opportunity to laugh, laugh…
Whenever you have an opportunity to dance, dance…
Whenever you have an opportunity to sing, sing…
And one day through you and others you will find you have created your paradise UTOPIA on Earth
11.) Epigrammatic Maxim
Deep down you know you can be remarkable.
It will be marketable if you don’t settle for anything less than being remarkable.
Be your best self it leads you closer to reach your fullest potential,
Whether as a leader or a follower in life.
Compassion and giving is the willingness to play in the field of safe loving dreams even when you are awake.
12.) Bible Maxim
Fear not, little flock, for it is your father God pleasure to give you the Kingdom with love, good deeds, and great principles. God wants everybody to be Rich
In the final analysis there is no solution to man's progress but the day's honest work, the day's honest decisions, the day's generous utterances and the day's good deed and hard smart work. All humans need to become a specialist in something productive and positive progress will be consistent into the future. --Clare Booth Luce Revised (Born: )
Writing is the way to perfected thought precision through reading, listening, watching, positive action and tactful communication.
-Carlos B. Toomer…Philosopher Saint Bernard (Born: July 9, 1972- )
Final Biblical Promise Once We understand Each Other & Care with Question in Closing
He will judge between the nations
My brethren, count it all joy when you fall into various trials, 3 knowing that the testing of your faith produces patience. 4 But let patience have its perfect work, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing.---James 1:2-4(NKJV)
Christian Values & Quality Catholic Belief…What is Dharma…Sum it Up
If you do not cut the noose of your karma while living, what hope is there of liberation when you are dead? To think that union will come after the soul leaves the body is Christian Belief not Acient Hindu Wisdom...Hindu Kabir say it is a hopeless dream. I say U got to beieve in something positive to substain us. What U think Randy Alcorn Heaven on earth...Heaven in Heaven ...Heaven in Between. ---&--- ";Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined."; ---Henry David Thoreau
Question –N- Closing
If today was it, would you die knowing you did your best?
If tomorrow never came, would you be proud of the last thing you said to each person you love?
If ";someday"; was only ";now";, would you do everything you've always put off?
If you knew you had a choice about what kind of life you could be living, would you choose different?
If you knew failure is impossible, what would you do?
If it were true that everyone you meet is you in another body, how would you treat them?
If love was the true currency of the Universe and the more you gave away the more you received, how would you spend it?
If fear were the biggest illusion and the greatest lie of all time, how would you choose to live your life?
If the Universe always supported a life lived towards achieving dreams, how big would you dream?
Mediation and Three Prayers in Closing
- Mother Teresa -
Psalm 118:1-2, 22-24
Give thanks to the LORD, who is good, whose love endures forever.
Let the house of Israel say: God's love endures forever.
I shall not die but live and declare the deeds of the LORD.
The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone.
By the LORD has this been done; it is wonderful in our eyes.
This is the day the LORD has made; let us rejoice in it and be glad.
Mother Teresa & All Saints Close with Truth Comment
What is patience While Tapping with WATER?
Path of least resistance.
Awareness instead of judgement.
Trust what shows up.
Insight instead of assumption.
Empathy for others.
Non-attachment to out come.
Compassion for yourself.
Easy manifestation of your Highest Potential.
Laugh with Humor & Always proceed with Positive Action
- Mastin Revised-
—Adapted from General Douglas MacArthur a Prayer Revised
Build us children, O Lord, who will be strong enough to know when they are weak, and brave enough to face themselves when they are afraid; children who will be excellent and unbending in honest defeat, and humble and gentle in victory.
Build us children whose wishes will not take the place of deeds; children who will know Thee — and that to know themselves is the foundation rock of knowledge.
Lead them, we pray, not in the path of ease and comfort, but under the stress and spur of difficulty and challenge. Here let them learn to stand up in the storm; here let them learn compassion for those who fail.
Build us children whose hearts will be clear, whose goals will be high; children who will master themselves before they seek to master others; children who will reach into the future, yet never forget the past.
And after all these things are theirs, add, we pray, enough of a sense of humor, so that they may always be serious, yet never take themselves too seriously.
Give them humility, so that they may always remember the simplicity of true greatness, the open mind of true wisdom, and the meekness of true strength.
Then we will dare to whisper, ";We have not lived in vain.";
Closing Words on Ancient Times Summation of Present Time(2009)
Bring it all Together
Oh cosmic birther of all radiance and vibration! Soften the ground of our being and carve out a space within us where your presence can abide. Fill us with your creativity so that we may be empowered to bear the fruit of your mission. Let each of actions bear fruit in accordance with our desire of needs. Endow us with the wisdom to produce and share what each being needs to grow and flourish. Untie the tangled threads of destiny that bind us, as we release others from the entanglement of past mistake. Do not let us be seduced by that which would divert us from our true purpose, but illuminate the opportunities of the present moment. For you are the ground and the fruitful vision, the birth, power and fulfillment, as all gathered and are made whole again.";
- Our Father Prayer
Positive Prophet Creator God Prayer
Grant us a spirit of concern for the future of our environment;
Bring an end to the exploitation of the earth's scarce resources;
Encourage us to be responsible stewards of your Creation.
Creator God, make us Positive prophets of our time
Grant us a spirit of respect, recognizing the value and integrity of all Creation;
Encourage us to be accepting of ourselves and of others.
Creator God, make us Positive prophets of our time
Help us become advocates of peace, bringing an end to conflict and division;
Renew our commitment to challenging the causes of injustice.
Creator God, make us Positive prophets of our time
Grant us a spirit of openness to see God within and around us;
Help us to rejoice in the good we have experienced as we move forward to the future;
Help us to use our senses to celebrate beauty and creativity in the world.
Creator God, make us Positive prophets of our time
Grant us a spirit of truth to recognize failings, which have hurt us, others and the world;
Give us the humility to ask forgiveness for our part in any wrongdoing.
Creator God, make us Positive prophets of our time
Grant us a spirit of generosity to reach out in trust to those we encounter;
Help us to embody God's love in our relationships with one another and with all of Creation.
Creator God, make us POSTIVE prophets of our time and Future
Closing Argument for Humanity, Civilization & Tact of Progress with Gratitude & Education
This Reminder is how Dominate Males have Thought
It is in vain, sir, to extenuate the matter.
Gentlemen may cry, Peace, Peace --but there is no peace.
The war is actually begun! The next gale that sweeps
from the north will bring to our ears
the clash of resounding arms! Our brethren
are already in the field!
Why stand we here idle?
What is it that gentlemen
What would they have?
Is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?
Forbid it, Almighty God!
I know not what course others may take,
as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!";
- Patrick Henry, March 23, 1775
Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow."; -- Melody Beattie
Closing Argument Comment
To specialize and direct with order in one positive direction, you need and must listen and motivate your citizen.---Wise Shakespeare
Solution Resolve Impetus Close
Impetus Circle is The Cake Batter Nation a Country Educated Wit with Impetus Positive Nation & Inner Circle Impetus, all of us are on Team Impetus!!!
It is the job of leaders to motivate and positively direct citizens into a positive direction or you will always have crime and curruption. If, you want war to stop vote Department of Motivation, if you don’t care don’t vote, until you find your bottom over in war. It is Hell Sons & Daughters. It is pure hell. This is what Thomas Paine would of saia, if he was presently living…” Peace Peace Peace they all are screaming and yelling, we want peace. I say to them, how you going to achieve peace? How is peace achieved, if you don’t have the motivational systems in place through out life with physical protection.”
At Age 13 Pope Benedict XVI, I did not agree with Everything in the King James Bible But…
But not saying, I did not agree with the purpose of the Bible for non-violence and love and Positive Progress…
United Impetus, Inc. & United States Government, I hope all can see how the Movie, Music, & Literary Industry with United Impetus, Incorporated, together we can produce excellent and better consistent quality postive products & civilization. That will give people of the world and their countries something positive to talk about in any and all situations. Where the Bible may or do fail, if wars and lack of peace have been fought because of relgion or confusion. The Epigrammtic Impetus Bible of elements & ingredients is the solution with tactful humor communication for progression in humanity into a social positive civilizaion.
Virtue & Tactfully Yours,
Carlos B. Toomer
If, Patrick Henry & Thomas Paine were living, they may say to this generation “I thought you all knew we had the most common sense for our time period…We think you all need to know. Common Sense is something special that needs to always evolve…and progress”
Righteous actions for the future are the best apologies for wrong ones in
-- Tyron Edwards Revised
Back Bible Cover
Book of Life
“Smile is the language of love;
Smile is a source to win hearts;
Smiles create greatness in yourself & others’ personalities;
So, Smile & Keep Smiling”
A Smile is even the language that a baby understands.
Enrichment Humanity Maxim Close “The Epigram Impetus Bible Open & Close on Civilization to Humane Positive Progress, when Properly Applied”