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In Love on March 6, 2012 at 9:26 pm

List of motivational books written by woman..great list made by wonderful woman..Check it quickly.I love time spending on Elizabeth’s site

Mirth and Motivation

“You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, “I lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.” You must do the thing you think you cannot do.” Eleanor Roosevelt

Several hours ago, I was reviewing the list of Motivational and Inspirational Books inan old blog post I had written; it was a list of books I recommended that every one read this decade. As I went down the list of books, something struck me as odd. I looked again and it dawned on me that my list was choc-a-bloc with books by men; inspiring men, yes, but nary a woman in sight. I started thinking about this glaring omission and decided to do a Google search of books under the generic term; motivational & inspirational.

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In Love on March 6, 2012 at 9:48 am

Story about a war..made me stop breathing.Let it be peace and let it start with each one of us.Be blessed!

In Love on March 6, 2012 at 9:32 am

She has a heart of gold…Her words are like little suns

Writing for my beloved

You are kind

You are considerate

You are all I ever dreamed about

And then again

you are real.

Every lifetime.

Every moment.

I believe I will walk with you

And then again

I feel I already do.

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In Love on March 6, 2012 at 9:28 am

One beautiful poem

Unwrittentruth's Blog

Don’t hide your verse…
yes you reading this now.
at least not your words,
with power that abounds…

A poem shall never be written
the same way twice…
it is lost in the sands of time,
in the tides of ‘almost nice’…

A poem is a powerful stamp,
we can etch upon our world,
leave behind for another to find,
no matter who the boy or girl…

for with hidden meaning sewn
into the seams & layers below,
a poem is a sacred word…
& it is not meant for you alone…

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In Love on March 6, 2012 at 9:04 am

Looking for Pemberley

Hello readers!

Some of you will remember that I wrote a review a while back about a Sense and Sensibility Kollywood adaptation that Aishwarya Rai was starring in, as the Marriane-inspired character. Well, she has had a hand in more than one Indian cinematic Jane Austen adaptations, because she also plays the Elizabeth Bennet lead in the Hollywood meets Bollywood Pride and Prejudice adaptation, “Bride and Prejudice,” directed by Gurinder Chadha. Of course, as always, I rented from Scarecrow Video in Seattle. One of my readers from that old review had recommended I review this movie, so here I am.

If you are curious, here is the trailer:

The trailer itself actually purports in many ways what Lalita (the Elizabeth Bennet Character of the film) was trying to counteract in many of her interactions with Will (Mr. Darcy). It advertises somewhat of an imperialized and Anglo-cized version of Indian cinema…

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