ResourcesForLife.com – News 202007 | 31 Jul 2020 | Friday

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Personal Update

My Personal Update for July is now available. If we’re not already connected on Facebook, I invite you to Like my page and also visit my AboutGregJohnson.com website. I’m slowly shifting from Facebook and other social media to putting content on my personal website where people can signup for updates. To signup to receive monthly notifications from me, please click here

What’s New

This year I’ve re-launched a site page called What’s New for new content and changes to the website. Check it out for a quick look at all the new site content.

Podcast

The podcast has been going well. Since I’m not a celebrity, I don’t have a million followers. For the relatively small number of people listening to one or more of the episodes, I presume they are finding them interesting and useful. Unlike short written articles that people can skim through, podcasts require a commitment of time. So, while the number of listeners is limited, I believe the impact great.

I had a call today from someone who found the Resources for Life website because of a tech support article I wrote. The person had some questions relating to the tech support article, but they also discovered my listing of podcast episodes and had started listening to the episode on meditation (Episode 24). It was nice to hear from a new listener.

BACKGROUND — In April, I created a new podcast for those who prefer listening to their information rather than (or in addition to) reading articles and watching videos. The podcast is called Walk and Talk with Greg Johnson. You can pick and choose the shows by topic. You can also subscribe or listen with Apple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts, or Spotify. You can see recently posted episodes on the What’s New page at  ResourcesForLife.com/new or the Podcast page.

Topics and Writings

You can read the latest writings on the What’s New page. In addition to some technical support writings, I’m adding videos that I think are worth watching.

Heart Songs

This month’s Heart Songs selection is “Oh Sailor” by Mr Little Jeans (Monica Birkenes), a Norwegian singer-songwriter living in Los Angeles, CA. I heard the song today at the end of the Mythic Quest series on Apple TV (Season 1, Episode 4). The song was also featured in the 2013 German film Kokowääh 2.

For the full effect, you’ll want to listen on a good stereo system or nice set of headphones.

“Oh Sailor” — Lyrics

Cold night, strange dreams 
Memory stuck like glue
Her face, her voice
Sail across the seas with you
Can you hear all the angels?

When you feel like you’re out there on your own
Know there is someone watching over you
When out at sea, feels love can let go
Oh sailor, we will blow the wind right
But if you die out there, tearing you into two
I hope you know that you could sail right on
I hope you know you got the ocean blue

No sound worse than silence 
A curse that grows 
Big words kept in
Whispers of dreams untold
Just don’t fight all the angels

When you feel like you’re out there on your own
Know there is someone watching over you
When out at sea, feels love can let go
Oh sailor, we will blow the wind right
But if you die out there, tearing you into two
I hope you know that you could sail right on
I hope you know you got the ocean blue

When you feel like you’re out there on your own
Know there is someone watching over you
When out at sea, feels love can let go
Oh sailor, we will blow the wind right
But if you die out there, tearing you into two
I hope you know that you could sail right on
I hope you know you got the ocean blue

When you feel like you’re out there on your own
Know there is someone watching over you
When out at sea, feels love can let go
Oh sailor, we will blow the wind right
But if you die out there, breaking you into two
I hope you know that you could sail right on
I hope you know you got the ocean blue

Thanks!

I want to thank the global team of volunteerscontributors, and workers “behind the scenes” who help make all this possible. I’m very grateful to the many people who continue to uphold and advance the mission of Resources for Life. Thanks again for your support. Please let me know if there is any way that Resources for Life can serve you better.

Regards,
Greg

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