Last week for Easter, Chef Ronaldo taught us how to make holy water. This week Chef Ronaldo is going to share with us his recipe for making tea.
BOOK OF THE WEEK
This book is a bit dated in a few parts, but overall it presents some good ideas for achieving a life of peace and well-being by making your life more simple.
If this book is a bit too dated for you, no doubt you can find other more current books on this topic.
Living The Simple Life (1996)
By Elaine St. James
MOVIE OF THE WEEK
Watching this entertaining series among other things is a good way to learn about Prince Phillip.
MUSIC OF THE WEEK
For your viewing pleasure, I have obtained some rare footage of Beethoven’s Second Fifth.
Beethoven’s Second Fifth
ART OF THE WEEK
I thought these coffee cups were interesting
EXTRAORDINARY PERSON OF THE WEEK
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (born Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark; 10 June 1921 – 9 April 2021) was a member of the British royal family as the husband of Elizabeth II.
Philip married the then-Princess Elizabeth in 1947, following distinguished service in the Royal Navy during World War II. Together, they had four children — Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward — eight grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
When Elizabeth ascended the throne in February 1952, on the death of her father, George VI, Philip’s lifetime of service as royal consort began.
Over the decades, Philip often accompanied the Queen on royal engagements, and conducted thousands of his own solo appearances. He once referred to himself as “the world’s most experienced plaque unveiler,” while the Queen lauded him as her “constant strength and guide.”
Philip continued making public appearances well into his 90s, retiring only in August 2017. (Source: CNN)
JOKE OF THE WEEK
Georgia’s new voting law requires a drivers’ license or state ID number be listed to submit an absentee ballot to vote, among other new reforms. The state already required ID to vote in person. It had previously relied on signature matching to verify ballots.
Coca-Cola Chairman and CEO James Quincey issued a statement Wednesday night saying the company is “disappointed in the outcome of the Georgia voting legislation.”
And yet Coca-Cola required a valid photo ID for admission to their shareholder meeting.
Regarding the film “Surviving Desire”
I would give the film a try 64.29% (9 votes)
No way would I try to watch this film 21.43% (3 votes)
I’ve seen it and thought it was interesting 14.28% (2 votes)
I’ve seen it and did not like it 0% (0 votes)
Total Votes: 14
How long are you going to put up with the “Cancel Culture”?
I think the “Cancel Culture” needs to be cancelled 88.24% (15 votes)
I approve of some things the “Cancel Culture” does and I disapprove of other things it does. 11.76% (2 votes)
I approve of the “Cancel Culture” 0% (0 votes)
Total Votes: 17
Have you made 2021 a great year for yourself?
Not great, but at least better than last year 38.89% (7 votes)
Yes 33.33% (6 votes)
No, but I am still trying 27.78% (5 votes)
No 0% (0 votes)
Total Votes: 18
What percentage of things you worried about actually happened?
Less than 10% 50% (7 votes)
Less than 25% 35.71% (5 votes)
Between 50% and 75% 7.14% (1 votes)
Between 25% and 50% 7.14% (1 votes)
Between 75% and 100% 0% (0 votes)
Total Votes: 14
Do you believe you fear and worry too much?
No 57.14% (8 votes)
Yes 42.86% (6 votes)
Total Votes: 14
Do you believe others fear and worry too much?
Yes 81.25% (13 votes)
No 18.75% (3 votes
Total Votes: 16
If you have ever been curious about this book, the Kindle version of this book has now been reduced to $1.00 and the paperback version has been reduced to $10.00
However, I must warn you that this book will not change your life,