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Inches From Sin is a duo originated in New England & New York - formed by Robert Brewer and Karen Holloway Brewer. Their music covers many genres from rock, pop, rap, blues, blue grass, funk, New age, Country, Americana, and Folk. Their songs reflect current world events, from looming race wars, true love and everything in between.
Inches From Sin's first video, "Raised In The Hills" was filmed in Lincoln, RI and Directed by William Hayes in CA. The song has an old time Blue Grass feel. It was picked up by Bongo Boy TV.
In March 2015, their video "Laid My Heart Out" was filmed in Ft. Myers Beach, FL and Directed by Amanda VanSandt, Nashville, TN. It was picked up by Bongo Boy TV.
In October 2015 their video "Murder" was filmed in Belvidere, NJ and New Rochelle, NY, Directed by Amanda VanSandt, Nashville, TN.
In December 2015 their video "I've Seen Better Day" was filmed in their hometown, Elmira, NY, Directed by Ronald Deaver from NYC.
Inches From Sin's album "Bridgewater Triangle" was released in Asia in October 2015 through Bongo Boy Records. The World Wide Release January 19, 2016, also through Bongo Boy Records.
Inches From Sin's next album is nearing completion in the summer of 2016.
You can find Inches From Sin on Bongo Boy TV, Bongo Boy Records, Inches From Sin's YouTube Channel, Facebook and Twitter.
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This show will help you look at gratefulness in a different way. David Steind-Rast is a monk who has his thumb on being happy in life.
Brother David Steindl-Rast has been a practicing Benedictine monk for over half a century and was one of the first Vatican-sanctioned delegates to participate in Buddhist-Christian dialogue. He is a recipient of the Martin Buber Award for his outstanding role in building bridges between religious traditions, and serves as a senior member of the Mount Savior Monastery in Elmira, New York.
Born in Austria in 1926, Br. David came of age during the Nazi occupation. Years later, he would write of the brutality of this experience as compelling him to contemplate, "the existential situation designed to hide, to disguise, and to camouflage our confrontation with death."
“The root of joy is gratefulness...It is not joy that makes us grateful; it is gratitude that makes us joyful.”
“Look closely and you will find that people are happy because they are grateful. The opposite of gratefulness is just taking everything for granted."
“Gratefulness is the key to a happy life that we hold in our hands, because if we are not grateful, then no matter how much we have we will not be happy -- because we will always want to have something else or something more.”
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