Sharing Ideas on a Saturday Morning

ATTENTION!

Jim’s Journal lives! His family are trying to continue his journal with an occasional update in it so don’t abandon it – they may not get the notifies out but we can save his addy, which is

http://www.jimsjournal.com

and just keep it nearby and check in every once in a while for updates by his “baby brother Charlie.”

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Now for today’s blog:

You know that when I stumble onto something that WOWs me, I feel the need to share…

…like a great new recipe, or a book, a song, or new singers and the like.

Well, I just stumbled onto a Podcast interview (is that redundant?) starring our site owner, Kenny Wyland.

A MATTER OF DOUBT, Ep. 54, Kenny Wyland

I had no intention, when I clicked on this page, of sitting here for 1 hour and 20 minutes listening to an interview. But it was an interview with Kenny, and over the last several months I have come to have a very high regard for this man who is the brains behind JournalScape.

I started getting notifications of his personal blog entries HERE AT LIBERAL GEEK dot com. I got caught up in his recent trip to Italy and thereby was afforded the privilege of cyber-meeting his lovely lady, Theresa. What a beautiful couple they seem to be. Even though I’ve had this blog here at JournalScape for several years, I’ve only ever communicated with Kenny via email when something has gone wrong for me and I needed help with it. He has always come through promptly and courteously and so I hold him in quite high esteem just from that viewpoint.

But oh, my, there is so much more to Mr. Kenny Wyland than meets the eye.

I have just finished listening to the entire podcast linked above and my brain is just swirling and whirling with ideas galore! So much of Kenny’s beliefs seems to go right along with my own, which are not your mainstream ideas about Life and Death on this old Earth.

I hesitate to get into any definitive beliefs here, but I would be remiss if I let this opportunity slip by to suggest that if/when any of you “thinking people” (and I know you ARE!) have some down-time available in your otherwise busy schedules to plug into this PodCast and listen to Kenny’s story.

I loved it. The whole thing, all 1 hour and 20 minutes of it. I had to pause it while I went out and got food because I hadn’t had breakfast when I found this gem, so I made myself some food and came back and jumped right back into it. It held me captive for the entire time. And that’s saying a lot because I, like a lot of internet users these days, tend to have a short attention span and get sidetracked very easily.

Well not this time.

So there you go. A gift from me to you.

Here is is again so you won’t have to go back:

A MATTER OF DOUBT, Ep. 54, Kenny Wyland

After listening to Kenny’s interview, I am now going to search out some things he mentioned and look into them. So Kenny, if you happen to read this, thank you! What an amazing person you are, and I am just finding it out now!

Cheers,

Bex

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Find your heart, open up both your eyes.
We can all know every thing without ever knowing why.
It’s in every one of us, by and bye.

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8 Responses to Sharing Ideas on a Saturday Morning

  1. Bex says:

    TS – I hope you do give Kenny a listen. It was one of the best interviews I have EVER listened to. In fact, it has really affected the way I think about the subject matter – profoundly. He is so well spoken and intelligent. Our Kenny is quite a guy!

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  2. T.S. says:

    Thanks for the link. I plan to give Kenny a listen.

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  3. Bex says:

    Thanks, Anna, for thinking of me but when I clicked on the link, it said that it is not available in my country! Some YouTubes can only be seen in certain countries I guess. That’s stupid. But I thank you for the thought

    Later: I went to YouTube and typed in the name of the film you sent, “Educating Yorkshire” and up came one that I think is the one you sent but this was the url for it:



    And it came in fine for me this time… So thanks.

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  4. Anna says:

    Hi Bex – I can’t help thinking of you now when I see something about Yorkshire, so thought you might enjoy this xx

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  5. Bex says:

    Bonnie, I thought of that too, helping the turtle but sometimes things have to run their own course, and I just loved the heart and soul that went into that one turtle’s helping push on the other one. What does a turtle do when he/she is stuck on its back?

    I remember when we stayed on farms in Yorkshire, the farmers would tell us of sheep who would fall over onto their backs and not be able to get up by themselves – a lot of them would die because they were so far up in the hills and moors that no one got to them in time. Very sad Nature can be.

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  6. Bonnie says:

    Bex that turtle clip was wonderful but instead of filming it I probably would of turned it over. lol Imagine the turtles are mates.

    I’m glad you let us know Charlie was writing. I knew they were going to but didn’t know when. Hope they can get to figure out the notify list.

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  7. Bex says:

    Em, did you listen to the PodCast? If so, wasn’t it fabulous? If not, try to do it one day soon… you won’t regret it.

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  8. mz. em says:

    Since the time I met Kenny it was over a geek. He had me up and writing.

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