Fab 5 on Friday 03/16/07

Hi there, I’m a bit late with the Fab 5 this week. I hope you forgive me 🙂

It’s getting increasingly difficult to choose only 5 posts out of the millions of posts in the blogosphere, but I’ll take a stab at it.

Steve Olson writes an enthusiastic defense of Oprah, the Law of Attraction, and the Secret. He uses his experiences and real examples to show how the Law of Attraction worked in his life. Powerful stuff!

Toni presents an insightful post on the difference between physical chemistry and spiritual affinity in relationships.

Should personal fiance be taught in schools? That’s the discussion going on over on My Two Dollars. Flexo brings up a good point: “And which classes should be removed from the already-stuffed high school curriculum to fit in personal finance? Money management can be taught in the home, as the basic skills are… pretty basic. Art, foreign languages, history, music, literature, physics, biology, pre-calculus, and most other subjects taught in high school can’t be taught at home because most parents don’t have a working knowledge of the subjects…”

Steve Pavlina has finally lost it, and resorted to becoming a food blogger! Don’t worry Steve, one day we’ll figure out what you and James Ray mean with all this “polarity” stuff.

Looking for some blogging tips? Well pass the soap! Easton is hosting a special Scratch One Another Program where someone gives you tips to improve your blog and you are assigned someone that you give tips to.

Bonus: Joyful Jubilant Learning is hosting a love affair with books throughout March. I threw my hat in with a review of Barack Obama’s The Audacity of Hope.

Don’t forget to share your fab 5 in the comments.

In Spirit,

Nneka, Working Mystic
Nneka serves spiritual seekers who desire to put the Law of Attraction to work to create the life of their dreams.

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