Celtic Edgewalker

Helpful votes received on reviews: 93% (113 of 121)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 742,852 - Total Helpful Votes: 113 of 121
MediaDevil Magicscreen Screen Protector: Crystal C&hellip by MediaDevil
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth the money!, 13 April 2012
I had tried the cheaper iPhone 3GS screen protectors and had been left with bubbles, frustration and an unsightly mess in the process.
I shelled out the 7.97 for two screen protectors and have been delighted with the result.
The first one went on with little fuss, after making sure my screen was crystal clean first, using the cloth provided and following the good instructions.
Once on I can't tell that it's on and the display is still crystal clear.
5 stars, highly recommended - Loved the free chew too!
Zero Limits: The Secret Hawaiian System for Wealth&hellip by Joe Vitale
13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
I love the concept of Ho'oponopono and I bought this book expecting to learn more about how to actually do it.

I read all about the results of Dr Hew Len's work in healing a ward full of criminally insane patients and there was a whole chapter, called "The Evidence" 33 pages devoted to delighted customers saying just how life changing the Ho'oponopono workshop they had paid for had been. But few details.

There was no definitive description of how to actually do it.
Some descriptions said you simply need to say "I love you" many times.
Some stories spoke of saying "I love you, I'm sorry, forgive me, thank you" over and over.
Some stories reversed the… Read more
Benedictus: A Book Of Blessings by John O'Donohue
65 of 65 people found the following review helpful
John O'Donohue's death earlier this year was a sad, sad loss.
Heard him at Greenbelt in 2007 and he was simply awesome.

If you've not read any of his books, then I would not advise you starting with this one. Start with Anam Cara, which in my view is his masterpiece.

This book of blessings will make much more sense after you've read Anam Cara and perhaps one of his other books first, like Eternal Echoes.

If you have read one of his earlier books then this book will be a treasured resource for you to dip in and out of. John O'Donohue is a wordsmith of the highest order and his turn of phrase is delightful.

He covers themes such as Beginnings,… Read more