ResourcesForLife.com – News 201602 | 29 February 2016 | Monday
Welcome to the February newsletter. I hope you’re doing well.
Here are some of this month’s writings from the Resources for Life News Network.
- Tristan Walker Interview Videos
- Military Veteran Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii (Videos)
- Bevel – A Case Study in Brand Loyalty
- Bevel Trimmer Evaluation and Comparison with Oster Cordless Clipper
- An Exercise in Life Awareness and Transformation
- What are the basic specifications I need for a new computer?
- Apple Defends National Privacy Infrastructure in Legal Standoff With the United States
- Celebrating 13 Years of Consumer Advocacy
- Referral Bonuses and Affiliate Commission Programs
- BEVEL – Not Business As Usual
- SES Firearms: The Safest Guns in the World
This month’s Heart Songs selection is Legacy by Nichole Nordeman. The first video below is a more recent acoustic version of the song with Nicole recording in a small home studio. The second video is her original release of the song with a video made by some church ladies. Note: If an ad appears overlaid on the video, feel free to click the little gray ‘x’ box in the top right corner of the ad to remove it.
Recent Studio Recording
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Greg Johnson, Director
“Resources for Better Living”
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