Great Humor, Music & Educational Videos! #ProfHowdy
It was with great anticipation that I began viewing the videos by Professor Howdy on YouTube andhis two Blogs!The Professor is simply amazing at retelling an old story in a contemporary manner with exquisite Classical Music accompanied with H.D. Photographs & sprinkled with alluring, charming, classy and bewitching Video Clips! Rather than containingsimply one music selection, the Professor includesup to four popular music sensations! The High Definition photographs were beautiful beyond words and accompanied with those was the most heavenly music one will ever hear! With a creative genius' ability to carry us around the globe and to fall unrestrainedly in love with everybeautiful creature shown, the Professor lifts & relaxes not only our spirits but our emotions as well.Now with some 150+ videos available, one can enter the world of musical enchantment similar to Narnia or Middle Earth with spell bounding emotional attachment to each world musically presented. Of special note while viewing each musical video, it is often nearly impossible at timesto determine whether a photograph or video is being used during a particular segment. Each pulchritudinous video tells it own allegorical ten minute novel with statuesque and emblematic awareness!Part of the Genius also in these opulent & ostentatious videos are not only in the Transitions that change beautifully in slow motion but the charmingly, daintily, delicately & delightful photographs & videos that ameliorate the musical narrative!Only one with low intelligence quotient or attention deficit will not be relaxed, cheered & entertained by these astounding video novelettes.This magic world may be entered through the portholes of the Wardrobe, Narnia, YouTube, FaceBook or the Professor's Blogs! Enjoy the musical adventure (and be sure to click the proper buttons below the screen to view with your computer's full screen). Oh, and his Videos when viewed on Apple's new iPad are simply astounding!Phillip T. YarboroughProfessor EmeritusHarvard UniversityAnd EntertainmentEditor for Time MagazineLearn About The Many Facets Of'Thought & Humor' At Their Website:ILoveProfHowdy.Com
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And it came to pass in those days thata decree went out from Caesar Augustusthat all the world should be registered.This census first took place whileQuirinius was governing Syria. Soall went to be registered, everyoneto his own city. Joseph also went upfrom Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth,into Judea, to the city of David, whichis called Bethlehem, because he was ofthe house and lineage of David, to beregistered with Mary, his betrothed wife,who was with child. So it was, that whilethey were there, the days were completedfor her to be delivered. And she broughtforth her firstborn Son, and wrapped Himin swaddling cloths, and laid Him in a manger,because there was no room for them in the inn.Now there were in the same country shepherdsliving out in the fields, keeping watch overtheir flock by night. And behold, an angelof the Lord stood before them, and the gloryof the Lord shone around them, and they weregreatly afraid. Then the angel said to them,"Do not be afraid, for behold, I bring yougood tidings of great joy which will be toall people. For there is born to you this dayin the city of David a Savior, who is Christthe Lord. And this will be the sign to you:You will find a Babe wrapped in swaddlingcloths, lying in a manger." And suddenly therewas with the angel a multitude of the heavenlyhost praising God and saying: "Glory to Godin the highest, And on earth peace, goodwilltoward men!" So it was, when the angels hadgone away from them into heaven, that theshepherds said to one another, "Let us nowgo to Bethlehem and see this thing that hascome to pass, which the Lord has made knownto us." And they came with haste and foundMary and Joseph, and the Babe lying in a manger.Now when they had seen Him, they made widelyknown the saying which was told them concerningthis Child. And all those who heard it marveled atthose things which were told them by the shepherds.But Mary kept all these things and pondered themin her heart. Then the shepherds returned, glorifyingand praising God for all the things that they had heardand seen, as it was told them. And when eight dayswere completed for the circumcision of the Child,His name was called Jesus, the name given by theangel before He was conceived in the womb.
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