Aug 21, 2008

New Movie!! "Life After Life"

Life After Life reveals amazing clues to life’s greatest mysteries. This NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL Award Winning film tells the worldwide story of Life beyond Death.

Complied from over 2000 cases—Life After Life answers questions about;

FEAR-FAITH ETERNITY-THE TUNNEL-THE LIFE-REVIEW
GUARDIAN ANGELS-GOD’S LOVING LIGHT-OUT-OF-BODY SURVIVAL
REUNITING WITH LOVED ONES

…and many other comforting and profound insights.

This beautiful film is based on the real-life story of Peter Shockey, the man who produced & directed it after the death of his own father. LIFE AFTER LIFE delivers a message of hope that encourages and inspires all who watch it to LOVE and to LIVE without fear!



Life After Life Trailer from Peter Shockey on Vimeo.

Aug 20, 2008

Reconnecting

This is for Kelly... Thanks to Kelly we have reconnected through classmates.com and shared a few stories here and there. Fortunately through this I was also able to reconnect with Pam, who I lost touch with after I moved here.

There is something that warms the heart when you reconnect with old friends from a life that seems so long ago at times. Not only that, memories that were just before fading away to be lost forever somewhere in the untapped and neglected part of our brains, are restored, revived and reestablished.

So here is to you and your family Kelly, wishing you the absolute best life can offer!!! Thank you for taking the time to say hello. I feel honored that our paths have crossed again albeit over the net!!

Aug 9, 2008

"There's No Such Thing as Girls Like That"

Christine Kane wrote this after settling into her hotel and switching on the television which she normally doesn't watch. MTV apparently was the last channel viewed by the previous guests.

Aug 7, 2008

July 4th in Western NC


I was needing a break from the busy and very hectic schedule I have been experiencing lately with school and work. I needed to get away, refocus, re-energize, renew.

So on the morning of July 4th, I got up packed my clothes, made sure the cats had plenty of food and water and headed north, then west. As soon as I got in the car and made my way onto the interstate, I felt the excitement I hadn't felt in a long time. It was freedom and anticipation of going to a place in western NC, that I feel is sacred, at least to me. Completely alone with myself, and the music I had planned for the trip.

Arriving 3 hrs later, I drove around downtown Asheville and thought about places to stay. I really wanted a secluded cabin, but considering my last minute plans I soon realized that wasn't going to happen. So I stayed at the Sheraton, just a few blocks from Pak Place. $189 a night, it was ok to splurge a little.

I checked in, explored downtown, had a very late lunch at the local Irish Pub, watched people, listend to the street musicians and just relaxed. The crowd began to really gather and I decided to drive around some more.

Rather than go into a lengthy detail of the trip, I will just say it was well worth the trip. Getting up early the next morning to drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway, site see and take alot of pictures.

I headed back home that night taking a different route through Greenville, SC.

"Don't Laugh at Me"

Christine Kane has sung a beautiful song, "Don't Laugh at Me".

Just click on the title of this blog post or the one above and sign up to download a free unreleased song, performed by Christine. Check it out it's worth a listen.

You can also visit Christine's site here. She is such an inspiration!

The "free" unreleased song is the full mp3 and yours to keep. Once you enter your first name and email address you will be taken to another page to download/play the song. You will also receive an email asking if you want to subscribe to her blog. No gimmicks, no spam, just good wholesome, inspiration. Check out her website and blog if you wish to find out who she is and what she is about.

Until next time,

Tim