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Allow me 'splain....No, there is too much. Allow me sum up. Ms. Davidson has the "stuff". Simple to slide into her globe and like the characters. They created me smile, not good things happen-ish...but the tone is lighthearted. Dark comedy? How to say without sounding like back-handed compliment...this was fun and relaxing. Didn't cry my eyes out, didn't stress me out, but also wasn't lame sticky sweet plot that stars characters you don't really wish to hang out with. Obviously I suck at sum up. Buy this it's fun!
Interesting and well written book about an alternate globe where reincarnation is a given and most people have some understanding of their past lives. Insighter therapist Leah Nazir can access not only her past memories, but also the past lives of her patients. Leah is a lonely character, rude to her co-workers and with few friends. Who knew that attempting to solve the mystery of a murderer that killed her in her past lives would lead to friendship and love? I enjoyed this book and look forward to its sequel.
Absolutely loved the heroine in this film and her best friend, Cat, the homeless woman, and especially the hero. The characters were so funny and various than any other characters I have ever read e storyline was outstanding with a plot unlike anything you've ever read. I love discovering fresh storylines since I can normally predict the ending of almost every book I read. Totally loved this book!
Maybe there were earlier books in the series or I missed the prologue, but it took me quite a while to figure out what was going on ( past lives, etc ). The book did finish powerful and was enjoyable. I have read a number of Me Davidson's books and Betsy Queen of the Vampires is my favorite.
Recently a mate of mine has started to teach e asked me if she could use me as her 'first student' -- and I agreed.While she had some music, I had remembered Halpern's melody from a massage therapist I had gone to some time back. So I bought this disc thinking it might be a amazing gift/addition to her is album is AMAZING. Sometimes the bluesy aspects of it create me think of the cool blue flourescent bulbs casting soft glows over a calm, hot summer city.Other aspects seem to conjure photos and thoughts of mountains silently sitting in their peace with snow capped peaks.Ultimately though, for meditation, for yoga, for massage -- if you wish something that you can sink into in that aspect of a third-eye: you can't go wrong with this album.
I used to live in San Anselmo (Sleepy Hollow), California, near Steve Halpern. Small did I realize all those years, just how talented Steve is. I bought Deja-Blues after my divorce (and after moving from San Anselmo), and to this day I search it one of a literal handful of CDs that I consider the "best" melody that I have.Karma (did I spell this correctly?) isn't something I often think about, but I am blessed to have found Deja-Blues, no matter the yond these words, I can't equal the perfect reviews that were written before this, regarding this CD. It's beyond any doubt, a "must have"...
As a massage therapist, I first learned about Steven Halpern from my massage text. I am strongly attracted to his music, after listening to the samples of this particular CD I had to buy it!I search myself always going back to this CD for bodywork, and my clients are also being exposed to his talent too, when asked-can u burn me a copy of that?, i just smile!This is a "10" in my audio collection of fresh age ry grounding and therapeutic for the therapist besides the client!!!thank you amazon for having this melody available.
My wife loves this album, and their debut, "Crosby, Stills and Nash" (she always was a sucker for soaring vocal harmonies and cushy love songs). At once sophisticated and casual, "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" anchored the first album, a amazing tune that perhaps set the bar too high for what was to follow. I always thought "Crosby, Stills and Nash" was a amazing album with amazing moments (i.e. "Wooden Ships" and "Guinnevere").What about "Deja Vu," their second album? Did Crosby, Stills and Nash really need Neil Young? Or was it the other method around? A better question, perhaps, is did the addition of Young improve the second album? I think so. Thanks to Young's influence, "Deja Vu" was edgier, more hard rocking, and less formulaic, an agreeable blending of song styles coupled with the group's trademark airtight harmonies, spiked with slashing guitars. And the songs? Better. Did Graham Nash ever write a better tune than the countryish "Teach Your Children"? Did Crosby ever equal the sustained brilliance of his jazz-influenced "Deja Vu"? Not everyone was overjoyed with Young's "Country Girl" suite, but I've always found it compelling. It's a miniature symphony with words, with tension in the first two movements -- "Whiskey Boot Hill" and "Down, Down, Down" -- followed by a satisfying release of tension in the finale -- "Country Girl" (I Think You're Pretty).While "Deja Vu" doesn't begin quite as strongly as "Crosby, Stills and Nash," the opening chop "Carry On" by Stephen Stills is a powerful tune in its own right, with soaring harmonies and a nice mix of acoustic and electric guitars. Then there's the band's rock-n-roll treatment of Joni Mitchell's "Woodstock" featuring more electric guitars. And Crosby's equally rocking "Almost Chop My Hair" with Stills` and Young's blazing guitars stealing the spotlight, as in their Springfield days. Hot stuff. The only tune that sounds out of put is Nash's "Our House."Bottom line: with or without Neil Young, Crosby, Stills and Nash was a larger-than life cultural phenomenon that transcended mere criticism, like Elvis and the Beatles. The band promised more than they could possibly deliver. Staying together proved impossible, but they did leave us with two outstanding albums. When they reunited years later, to record that long-anticipated third studio album, the magic was sadly missing. Their first two albums, therefore, stand as a glowing testimony of what once was, and would never be again.
Very special album for those who were young then, it was a wild time, some of us with their hair on fire:) These songs and the musians were on a mission to save this country. The lyrics, the themes were tied to happenings and people. While we listened to this amazing sound some who were resentlyin our military were trying with college kids, religious contenous objectors trying to end a battle that killed 58,000 of our sons and father. So veterans were joined by mothers versus wars, labor, religious leaders to end a war, and impeaching a president forced to resign. A generation the status quo still treats as if thry were the criminals, not those responsible for the death of all opur units for nothing. So CSNY Chicgo, Ohio, Almost chop my hair today were enough riile the reluctant scared children to challage the power to be. Am still proud of my times I spent among these "Peace Kids", thry were the only ones trying to stop carnage. If your near 70 like this veteran and were here this should bring back memories.
This was the second album C.S.N. when they added Neil Young to the lineup. If your a fan of the group you can't go wrong with this CD. There are several gems on the CD like "Our House", "Woodstock", and "Teach Your Children". As always the groups harmonies are ethereal. Whether you are a fan or wish to learn about this group you can't go wrong with "Deja Vu"
This album stands as one of the mainstays of the hippie, counterculture movement. As has always been the case, when Neil Young is with the boys, they appear more energetic and more apt to take on challenges. The songs are edgier. Almost Chop My Hair is a classic, hippie non-conformist song that cries out in protest. Vocally, of course this album is first rate. Neil, again, seems to bring more of an edge to things. This album sounds more dated than their first effort, but its' result is still stunning. It is one of the best albums ever created and a testimony to that era and its' effects.
I mean the application does give you everything it promises... You press the play button and the song starts and keeps playing until you press that button again. And you press it again, it repeats. 3 stars because it's stupid and I like it. Although I'll uninstall it, I sure am wondering what the premium ver does
Some of the best movies of all time are those whose various strengths all work in concert to make a unified, engrossing whole. The Shining, The Social Network,and Jaws are all perfect examples of movies created up of powerful individual parts complementing each other to form a unbelievable work of art. That is absolutely real of DejaVu – its musical score elevates story moments, which flow seamlessly into unbelievable action gameplay, which facilitates exploration and puzzles that reward you with a vehicle
this is the best application i have ever downloaded, it even plays when you exit the app. i hate the 1* reviews, because they are acting like it lied to them? its the exact thing it said it would do, its in the name. you downloaded it, it did what it said it would do, what did you expect? it would create your peepee bigger and create you rich? you just hate to see an application like this obtain 5*, so you have to ruin it. i will see you in hell
Ok... I might have issues! The hubby was getting up for work and I was still up reading. I just had to finish this. I loved Deja, but could not figure out how she continued to be mates with Jordan's skank butt! Deja truly brought out the best in Dreeco, but you can't support when Karma catches up with you. What an ending! 😮 My heart breaks for Drea.😭
This book was a amazing read. I read until I had finished the entire book. It saddened me while I read the final chapters of the book. When two people who have been wronged finally search the right one and in the blink of your eye everything is taken away from you.
I chose this rating because of all the action and entertainment from the couples, friends, coworkers and families. Amazing story but sad ending. Deja didn't deserve a poor story ending, but Dreeco, ex wife, her so called best mate they got what they deserved.
I bought this book to support me review throughout my FNP program. The book is too simplified and basic, probably better for undergraduate programs. The book does not even describe the mechanisms of medications used for medical conditions. Just a waste of money. I give 1 begin just for the packaging and content
I used this book during my third year family medicine rotation to prepare for the shelf exam. The format is the same question/answer format of the other Deja Review series. The info was presented in a concise manner. I really liked the charts, for example of diabetic medications, and they seemed to be must know info for the shelf. Other info however [email protected]#$%! or miss and seemed to be geared more towards pimping questions than shelf specific. Overall a good, relatively short book, that was a amazing overview of ambulatory medicine. Supplemented with question banks and ambulatory chapters of other textbooks makes for a solid tool for shelf prep.
Not one to rush out and buy Christian/gospel music, I was in awe after hearing these guys on the Dish Network's metal audio station. I decided to download this "greatest hits" collection....Well, that was two months ago, and now i own ALL of their albums! These guys are incredible, to say the least. And they deliver a notice that at times will give you chillbumps. Musically, they blow Linkin park out of the water! Lyrically, they leave you in awe....Absolutely awesome group. talented beyon measure. They go from hardcore rocking. I love Courtesy Call. They also have rocking ballads and catchy rapcore metal. Check these guys out, this collection has nothing but the best from their first three releases. Cash well spent!