Matisyahu – King Without A Crown

Matisyahu – King Without A Crown

Matthew Paul Miller (born June 30, 1979),[2] known by his Hebrew and stage name Matisyahu (מתתיהו /mætɪsˈjɑːh/; “Gift of God”), is a Jewish American reggae vocalist, beatboxer, and alternative rock musician.

Published on Oct 25, 2009Matisyahu’s official music video for ‘King Without A Crown’. Click to listen to Matisyahu on Spotify:…

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Zee you’re all that I have and you’re all that I need
Each and every day I pray to get to know you please
I want to be close to you, yes I’m so hungry
You’re like water for my soul when it gets thirsty
Without you there’s no me
You’re the air that I breathe
Say sometimes the world is dark and I just can’t see
With these, demons surround all around to bring me down to negativity
But I believe, yes I believe, I said I believe
I’ll stand on my own two feet
Won’t be brought down on one knee
Fight with all of my might and get these demons to flee
Hashem’s rays fire blaze burn bright and I believe
Hashem’s rays fire blaze burn bright and I believe
Out of darkness comes light, twilight unto the heights
Crown Heights burnin’ up all through till twilight
Said, thank you to my God, now I finallygot it right
And I’ll fight with all of my heart, and all a’ my soul, and all a’ my might

What’s this feeling?
My love will rip a hole in the ceiling
Givin’ myself to you now from the essence of my being
And I sing to my God, songs of love and healing
I want Moshiach now, time it starts revealing
What’s this feeling?
My love will rip a hole in the ceiling
Givin’ myself to you now from the essence of my being
And I sing to my God, songs of love and healing
I want Moshiach now. ya


Posted by on June 26, 2017 in Reggae, tropical islands



“Real” Dancing Frog Legs – You Have Been Warned!

Food blog: Are frogs on their last legs?

Why we shouldn’t eat frogs’ leg…

Every year, the French nibble away at 4,000 tonnes of frogs’ legs. But that’s nothing compared with the vast number being eaten in Asia, South America and even the US. And it’s pushing the world’s frog population towards extinction, says Jon Henley.

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To: USA’s UPCOMING 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION-Wishing all Love.Peace.SafetyAndSolidarity!


Posted by on June 26, 2017 in entertainment





Author:  Elsie Larson

I just whipped up a fresh batch of coffee syrups for our studio. I learned to make them from Emma and tried some new flavors this time. 

Honey Simple Syrup: Simply simmer together 1 part honey and 1 part water for 20 minutes or until the honey has completely dissolved into the water. This basically creates a much thinner honey that works better for mixing in coffee drinks.

Lavender and Brown Sugar Syrup: simmer 1 part brown sugar and 1 part water with 1 tablespoon lavender buds for 20 minutes or until the sugar has dissolved completely. Strain the buds out when you are pouring the syrup into your bottle. It’s so good!

You’ll need a funnel to add these syrups to bottles and a fine mesh strainer if you are infusing any fresh ingredients.

You can see Emma’s simple recipes for vanilla, raspberry and caramel syrups here. These syrups are super easy to make, fun to infuse with new flavors and make great gifts!

In the past, we’ve gotten a lot of questions about shelf life. After doing some research, I don’t feel comfortable naming an official shelf life. It can be affected greatly by the ingredients you use (fresh ingredients infused into the syrup can make it’s life shorter). I, personally, have used syrups I have made for coffee and cocktails for up to six months (without refrigeration). If any of you have recommendations for shelf life, please share.


Posted by on June 26, 2017 in coffee




MORNING rises to a dawn of a new day;

your spirit canvassing for an 

unconscious state of ease, 

of solitude,

a SOLACE where no noise can impede;

but then-

SUNLIGHT YAWNS a gentle warmth 

thru its BLEND of RAYS-

Chirping birds prelude the opening 

curtains of your mind-  


which AWAKENS into  

soft imageries, 

passionately spewed over…  

 into pastelly highlights,

 a frolic of

splattered dewfall, 

prisms beaming upon the 

window panes of morning’s magic.


You then drift into a CONSCIOUSNESS 

Of perfect moments.

NATURE is beautiful with boundless 

abstracts of still life paintings.

©David Dean/AOC


Posted by on June 26, 2017 in poetry, reflections





by Lindsay Stordahl

How many dogs have you ever walked at once?

I think two dogs at a time is usually best, sometimes three if the dogs are well behaved.

It’s important to me to keep the dogs I’m walking under control and at my side. I will not allow a group of dogs to pull me down the street. Through my dog walking business, I learned to handle three dogs pretty well, and I’m sure some of you can also handle three with no problems.

Sometimes one dog is far more difficult to handle than three or four dogs. It depends on the dogs.

There was a group of four golden retrievers I walked together regularly. I also walked a group of three small dogs and a pitbull mix together, even adding my own dog to the mix once or twice for a total of five dogs. I knew all these dogs well, and I could predict how they would respond to passing dogs and anyone else we might run into. Most of all, they could all sit and stay reliably, and they would all come when called. How well the dogs are trained is the most important factor when walking multiple dogs, in my opinion.

I’d love to hear from all of you. How many dogs do you walk at once? Do you think it’s irresponsible for someone to walk three or more dogs at once?

The first five pics are some of the dogs I’ve walked. The rest are some Internet treats. Some look a lot more responsible than others, if you ask me. I’m not a fan of allowing dogs to walk out ahead on tight leashes. You’ll have to let me know what you think.

I will walk four dogs at once

Walking a pitbull mix and three small dogs

Walking four golden retrievers at once

Walking a Lab and two springers

Walking a springer and two Lab mixes

Walking 15 dalmatian puppies

Unsafe to walk three dogs like this

Don't walk three dogs in front of you

Dog walker with multiple dogs

Three dogs attached

Four English bulldogs together

12 – From Dallas News
Walking 7 dogs at once

Walking five dogs at once

Walking five dogs and texting

Dog walker with 10 dogs

How many dogs will you walk at once?

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“Early in the Morning”  the Gap Band

“Early in the Morning”  the Gap Band

Early in the Morning” is a song originally performed by The Gap Band and written by member Charlie Wilson and producers Lonnie Simmons and Rudy Taylor. It was released as a single in 1982 and went on to become their biggest hit on the US Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 24, and also topped Billboard’s R&B chart for three weeks.[1]The single also peaked at number 13 on the dance charts.[2]The song became a hit again when Robert Palmer covered it in 1988. This version peaked at #19 on the Billboard Hot 100 and is to date the highest charting version of the song on that chart.

The song was used as the music for a film-making montage in Michel Gondry’s 2008 film Be Kind Rewind.


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