Living In Faith ~ Invisible Energy

Something To Think About By Mitch Santell

I found this on the internet and wanted to share it with you my kind readers and followers:

Invisible Energy

“Just because you cant see something doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.

There is invisible energy you cant see such as the wind.

You can only see the effect of the wind, but you cant see the wind.

The wind is a invisible energy.

There’s a invisible energy that you use when you use a remote control to control your tv. Or think about how your phone works, how is it that you can talk to someone thousands off miles away, because there is invisible energy that you could only see the effects of this invisible force and so it is with consciousness a invisible energy that exists.”

House of Cards Review, Season 6

A simple review and commentary by Mitch Santell

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Kevin Spacey was the foundation of House of Cards.

First the commentary…

On March of 2013 I returned to America after living for over 5+ years in New Zealand. One of the things that I had not experienced upon returning to the mainland was Netflix.

When Netflix was started it was not a streaming service, it provided movies by mail. Where could you find Netflix at? Answer: Blockbuster video stores. 

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Sorry Folks, the show sucks without Mr. Kevin Spacey.

Now for the review…

There was something that was very different about House of Cards and the drivers of the show were Frank Underwood, Claire Underwood and Doug Stamper.

Each season was better than the previous one.
Each episode felt like the finale.
Each character reminded you of someone you met in politics.
Kevin Spacey played an “Alpha Male” just like President Trump.


Claire Underwood on House of Cards is a brilliant character. It is simply that Claire Understood is way too much like Hillary Clinton for my taste.

SPOILERALERT
The final episode of season 6 is like watching any episode from Season 1-5.

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The Power of Gratitude

by Mitch Santell

There is nothing more potent and powerful than Gratitude. It is something that I live by on a daily basis. When you live in gratitude, you can also see if others around you do too. How can you tell? Look, listen and observe. If you find that they are balanced and in synch with their own life, they have it.

Smile, stay as grounded as you can in your body and remember to enjoy the small moments.


life is too short


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5 Things To Quit

Hat Tip To Ricky Ray

5 things to QUIT….

1. Trying to please everyone.

2. Fearing change.

3. Living in the past.

4. Putting yourself down.

5. Overthinking.

 

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#Hashtag Development

This really inspired me by Mitch Santell

Ciaran Blumenfeld wrote a brilliant article on hashtags so check it out along with the link to her Twitter feed.

@CiaranBlu

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Ciaran Blumenfeld

You’re launching a campaign, hosting an event or trying to get the word out about a cause…

It makes sense to use a hashtag to distinguish your messages from millions of others floating around twitter and instagram. But choosing the right hashtag can be a daunting task. Here are 11 tips to consider, before you hit the # key and send your messages off.

1. Is the hashtag already taken?

This is the first question that bears asking. You can search for posts on both Twitter and Instagram to see if a tag has been used in the recent past. If it has, you should probably move on.

2. Is the hashtag too long?

Twitter recently upped their character limit to 280 (but not in all languages). This helps, but replying and re-tweeting messages can eat up those additional characters fast. Nothing kills a conversation quicker than running out of space, which is sure to happen if you choose a too long hashtag. Plus longer hashtags are more prone to typos and being forgotten.  Try to keep your tag to 10 characters or less.

3. Does the hashtag make sense?

It’s tempting, and often smart, to use initials & abbreviations to keep your hashtag short. But this only works if your audience is already familiar with this form of shorthand. For example, conferences routinely use abbreviations: #BWE12, #NonCon, occasionally adding in the year. If you are shortening a term, make sure to make that shorthand standard and make it public on your site and/or in your marketing materials from as early a date possible to avoid obscurity.

4. Is the hashtag an attention grabber?

Consider adding a short action/emphasis word to your tag if you want to amp up the attention. Words like now, go, win, stop are action oriented and create a reader disruption when combined with your brand/message. Example: #GOBRONCOS, #CRUISENOW

5. Does the hashtag rely on camel casing?

Camel casing (using upper and lower cases to seperate words) a hashtag may look great, and add emphasis, but in practice tends to fall apart. #TheEnd becomes #theend which doesn’t read well sans camel casing. Even worse, camel casing can lead to inappropriate messages.

6. Does the hashtag contain a word that is hard to spell, commonly misspelled or that has more than one spelling?

It’s also a good idea to avoid words that are frequently misspelled or that have more than one spelling. #Caribbean #Grey are two examples.

7. How does the hashtag tell your story? How does it relate to your brand or help you to achieve your ultimate goal?

Keep your goals in mind. Your hashtag should be a reflection of the action or impression you wish to create.

8. Will you be using the hashtag again?

Whether you intend to use the hashtag in a recurring fashion, or not, you should consider whether you could. If your hashtag is an accurate reflection of your long AND short-term goals, it will have legs.

9. How will the hashtag play on other forms of social media?

Even if you don’t plan to use the tag on other sites at this time, consider whether you might want to in the future. Would the tag transfer? If someone used the tag in a Facebook update or wall post, would it register with the reader? The best hashtags are immediately understood and continue to have impact, even when used away from the original medium.

10. Who will (ideally) be using this hashtag?

Keep your user in mind. If they are part of a small special interest group, and are interested in a closed conversation, creating a viral, trending tag is not a priority so much as creating a tag that works well for the group members.

11. Will this hashtag offend or anger anyone?

Before you settle on a hashtag, consider whether there might be any negative fall out. Even if the hashtag has never been used, it could be “owned” in the sense that it is already a common phrase familiar to others & being used by someone else. If your hashtag is unintentionally rude or offensive, it’s unlikely to generate the successful outcome you desire.

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Life Outside Your Comfort Zone…

The ability to take risk is in all of us. I am willing to take risk all the time just because I experience a world that has substantially changed.

The fundamental pillars of society are falling away and leading to a new culture that so many cannot put their finger on.

There has never been a better time to spread your wings and try something new. May this blog posting inspire you as much as it did me!

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In my previous two post on comfort zone we discussed on disadvantages of comfort zone and how can we come out of comfort zone… Have a look at those post if you have not yet read…

Comfort Zone is a danger zone…

How to come out of comfort zone…

So now let’s analyze the advantages of coming out of the comfort zone:

More adaptive to change: Once you leave your comfort zone, you will become more adaptive to change and moreover you will yourself start bringing the change.

More Creative: Since now you are no more in comfort zone, your thinking pattern will change as now there won’t be any boundaries or limitation in your thinking. You will become more creative in thinking and approaching towards things in your life.

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Expect The Unexpected

Inspiration by Mitch Santell

Only Change Remains The Same. Right now in Washington D.C., I am witnessing a soft civil war as the hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh seem a bit out of control.

When I read this blog posting this morning, I had to reblog it because the only thing that remains constant in life is change.

May this posting inspire you as much as it does me.

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If there’s one thing I’ve learned from working in marketing for eight years, it’s that stuff happens.

Let’s face it.

No matter how prepared we are, we often end up thrown off guard.

When things happen differently to how we predicted.

When things don’t go to plan; even if they’re planned well.

It happens often in marketing.

I’ll explain.

Nearly 200 years ago, The Whitehouse was set on fire.

The British Army moved in on Washington DC, burning everything in sight.

Just before this attack, the British sieged the state of Maryland.

America’s last line of defense at Bladensburg was overthrown.

Paving the way for the British to invade the capital.

President James Madison had already left with the American Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.

The War of 1812 started two years before as the Americans declared war on the British.

But they weren’t really prepared for war. They…

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American University Brainwash Agenda

Commentary That Is Not Politically Correct by Mitch Santell

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There is no greater reprogramming device that a human can use than attending an American University.

Teachers and administrators in their ivory towers are living in a protected world of “political correctness.”

In the past attending a University was about building a foundation of knowledge, debate, exploration and authentic dialogue with professors, fellow students, and rival schools.

Most students rather than having an authentic dialogue with professors learn how to manipulate their teacher, so they get a passing grade.

Most of my followers at AfterHollywood.Online are outside of the USA, so I can openly state that I see and have experienced the American University System as a “Corporate Re-Educational Camp” that prepares our young to be cloned off repeaters directly.

You can be so politically correct, that you are no earthly good. Don’t be afraid to go to a trade school or intern or become an apprentice. Life has a lot to offer. Do your own thinking mate!



If you haven’t noticed, universities are not places of invigorating inquiry and debate. They are stagnant backwaters that reek of moral compromise and disillusionment. There are hundreds of them we have never heard of – comfortable sinecures and hotbeds for sports.Mankind is groping in the dark. “All we know is the wind that blows,” Thoreau wrote. Our false confidence is based on material progress and technology, which Thoreau calls “improved means to unimproved ends.”

Humanities education today is a placebo, a substitute for a true education. It is indoctrination which qualifies you for employment.

Students should eschew the humanities and social sciences. They should only take practical programs like sciences, engineering, computers, pharmacy, commerce etc. which are not ideological and guarantee employment. 

The world will not be saved by acts of God but acts of men representing God. Our duty is to take spiritual ideals seriously in our personal lives and bring them into the world. The cost of rejecting God is to become slaves of very bad men. 

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Do something new🎆

August could be your best month ever to start something new.

Living what you love

We all have dreams, goals, objectives we have set before us. We all have that dream self employing business we wish to start up. We have drawn knowledge from both schooling and experience. We read books over and over and over again. And at some point, we work. Working what everyone else is working. Sooner or later, comfort doing the usual creeps in. Not long than we can notice, we work and spend. And there, our lives goes in circles and circles.

Time passes, but our acheivement is not propotionate to time passed. Why???…. We need to stop doing the usual. Try out something else. The greatest of people who have achieved are not people who dwelt on a source of income for so long. They are those who understood the principle of adopting various income source to generator more and more of it….

I recently attended a seminar that…

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What Globalists say; what they really mean

Deeper Reflections by Mitch Santell

This is a crucial blog posting, and I suggest that you read it. Why? It will explain more than anything else, why President Trump is in office, and it also tells why America is so divided. There is something significant that happened at NATO. Did you see it? Oh, what exciting times! I’ll have more to say about this in my next post.

 

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Trump did something big at NATO. Did you spot it?

 

Jon Rappoport's Blog

What Globalists say; what they really mean

By Jon Rappoport

“[The] nation state as a fundamental unit of man’s organized life has ceased to be the principal creative force. International banks and multinational corporations are acting and planning in terms that are far in advance of the political concepts of the nation state.” (Zbigniew Brzezinski, 1969)

This famous quote from one of the world’s leading Globalists could have been written more truthfully. For example: “We must do everything we can to eliminate the reality of separate and individual countries. In this regard, breaking down borders with massive waves of immigration will go a long way.”

And what about Brzezinski’s remark that corporations and banks are acting in ways that are “far in advance” of the nation-state?

Perhaps this is what he means by advanced concepts: Corporations are empowered to set up factories in Third World hellholes, where they employ workers…

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