O. Brown

"Ms. O. Khannah-Brown"
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (12 of 12)
Location: Twopeas, WA
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I am a voracious reader, blogger, vlogger, and journaler. I've been enjoying writing Amazon reviews since 1999.
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 480,132 - Total Helpful Votes: 12 of 12
Positive Energy: 10 Extraordinary Prescriptions fo&hellip by Judith Orloff M.D.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
*****
This book inspired and motivated me to "get my life together" and design my lifestyle so that I can create positive energy instead of being lethargic, unmotivated, and drained all the time. For me, it provided the key to my problems---too much exposure to environments and people that drain my energy and not enough thought, planning, and assertiveness in setting things up so that I can acccomplish what I need to and want to with my life. I would recommend it highly for anyone who is anxious, depressed, tired, bored---in general, for anyone who would like a program of practical exercises to create more energy in their life.
I like the way the exercises are presented (I… Read more
Renato's Luck by Jeff Shapiro
Renato's Luck by Jeff Shapiro
4.0 out of 5 stars Lovely book lovely time, June 22 2004
****
Renato's Luck is a pleasant read and a very postive (as opposed to dark and negative) book. I would recommend it for those who would like to be uplifted while they are entertained. It is a peaceful and satisfying book too.
The perspective of small town life from Renato is enjoyable. I have often wondered how and why someone would live their entire life in one place, avoid the change and almost designed "personal growth" that our culture encourages, and still manage to carve a happy and fulfilling life for her/himself. This book shows how this is possible. To be a little clearer, the book answers the question "How can you be a very ordinary man and live a boring life in a… Read more
Defeating Dark Angels: Breaking Demonic Oppression&hellip by Charles H. Kraft
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This book focuses on demon oppression and spiritual warfare in the believer's life (as opposed to demonic influences in the lives of unblievers), making it a unique manual. It is written by a formerly Baptist minister, now with Fuller Theological Seminary, so it is ideal reading for those Christians who come from a non-charismatic background who believe that Christians cannot be bothered by demons. It is well-grounded in Scripture, and calmly written, making it markedly different than some sensationalistic books that hype up this area and focus on excessive emotionalism.
If you do not believe that demons can affect Christians, or if you suspect they can, but don't know how, this is… Read more