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  • Beverly J. Stevens "Speechless" - HOW WE SHOULD ALL LOOK AT MORALITY

    Sam Harris has the ability to explain things in a way that anyone can understand. He peppers his scientific jargon with practical situations for us to ponder. The only conclusion one can draw after reading this beautifully written book is that Science should be establishing basic standards of morality for all of us to accept as the rules of life. I agree that we shouldn't turn our backs on any cultural or religious practices that accept immoral treatment of human beings as "just the way things are." Everyone should be entitled to basic human rights, and we should all accept that we agree what those human rights are--what is morally correct. It's not that hard, really, to understand right from wrong when we all think of how we would like to be treated ourselves. Mr. Harris makes an excellent case. Every thinking person should read this book.

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    Its an option to change your life for the good without Doctors or drugs, a clean, healthy life style.

  • Jill-Elizabeth (Jill Franclemont) "All Things... - Just about perfect - plausible time travel, meticulous history, incredible characters...

    The first three books in this series - Outlander, Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander, Book 2) and Voyager (Outlander, Book 3)are among some of my all-time favorite reads. I have read (and re-read, and re-re-read) them countless times, recommended them to just about everyone who has ever asked for something fabulous to read, daydreamed about James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser for hours uncounted, given them as gifts, and wished I had written them a million times over. The series includes many of my favorite elements - plausible time travel with a smattering of equally plausible supernaturality, cool and informative historical detail that has been meticulously researched yet is presented as though it all derived from the author's own head, a phenomenal strong and sassy female lead, a smoking hot and studly yet unbelievably tender man's man of a hero, utterly wicked villains, and just the right amount of death, destruction, and mayhem to be entertaining and engaging without being an action movie. These books are, in short, just about perfect.