In Celebration of 200 writings
Saturday, Jan 21, 2012 Of all the writings in the past two years, the one that has been clicked on and written about the most is the writing about SS General Hans Kammler. I had people writing from South America saying they could do research in a museum there and another reader who said his grandfather had some involvement in this mysterious situation. Another had papers with the actual handwriting of the General. Perhaps we all just love a good mystery. I have included a link below that will give you the full writing (posted in Feb. 2010). Maybe you will have an idea why it generated such interest. If so, send me a comment.
( Reader comments are at the end of the writing…for your entertainment. )
SS General Hans Kammler
Friday, Jan. 20, 2012 Recently the movie came out called “War Horse”. This video is taken from a previous writing about a real American horse (Mongolian breed) who served in the Korean War.
Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012 Some words and video taken from :Uplifting and DelightfulPosted on February 11, 2011It occurred to me recently how important it is for our mental health to watch and to listen to things that are uplifting, delightful or inspiring. We can become bogged down in the media overload that gives our minds and hearts a feeling of depression, hopelessness, and regret… amidst world calamity. Not that this is unimportant, for it is…especially to those who are living through oppression and difficulties. None the less, life needs a balance…..
Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012 Our wonderful moonTuesday, Jan. 17, 2012 Mt. Fuji and the beautiful maple trees as photographed by N. Boyer (See more photography by Boyer by clicking on the abstract picture at right.) Enjoy these beautiful slides with music. Turn on the sound.
Monday, Jan. 16, 2012 Individuality and the “The Finger Print of God”
Video Sunday Jan.15, 2012
A CELEBRATION OF 200 WRITINGSThank you from Nancy Boyer, author of Boyer WritesIn 2009, I began a new venture….blogging. It was the beginning of becoming a writer, artist, designer, photographer, and most of all….the kindling of a new appreciation for great music, history, and those ordinary and extra-ordinary people who make up our world. My goal was to inspire; to challenge and to open up our thinking. It is my prayer that this has been accomplished.A I look back on my 200 writings, it is hard to choose my favorite. At the right of this page is a listing of categories that may help you to find your favorite subject and revisit some of the writings that have now spanned over two years.I have decided that the videos and pictures that were included have added much to making the writings come to life. Hearing the great orchestras of the world or the voices that can only be God given is a gift and technology has made this possible.We live in a world with great unrest and turmoil. We must from time to time rest our souls and see the beauty that is all around us. My writings may never have recognition as great writers in history, but they can be meaningful to those who are seeking something to challenge them to a better life and to their own importance in life.Especially recommended (under the category of Great Composers and the title “Courage and The New World“) is one of my personal favorites. As I listened to the music video, I found myself caught up in the beauty of this music born from the grief and loss in his life…and his reaching forth to a new life in America. Antonin Dvorak filled his soul as he penned The New World symphony music. I will also share with you a part of this writing that challenges each of us that there is much to find …to live…and to make ourselves an instrument of its truth:These words by Dvorák say it best:“The Music of the People is like a rare and lovely flower, growing amidst encroaching weeds. Thousands pass it…while others trample it under foot.Thus the chances are that it will perish before it is seen….by the discriminating spirit who will prize it above all else.The fact that no one has yet arisen to make the most of it…does not prove that nothing is there. “At this 200 celebration, I would love to hear from you and know who is following the writings, as you are able to do so. My email is: email@example.com You can also click on “Leave a comment” seen at the end of the writing. I will look forward to hearing from you. If you are not on our notification list of new writings, leave your email and we will be glad to add it.
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