Ritmo is Spanish for rhythm. Learn about a mysterious suite of somatic and solar rhythms that collaborate to make life work for every person on Earth.
©2015 Joe Caldwell, CFA, D.Min. (P)2015 Joe Caldwell, CFA, D.Min.
I enjoyed how the author connected rhythms to a personality and to a creator. Also, I appreciated that the examples were drawn from vast celestial rhythms as well as the inner rhythms of our body.
I always appreciate hearing the book in the tone and words of the author.
Dr. Caldwell brought some items to my attention that I had never considered prior to this work. I enjoyed the pace and narrative of the book.
great interchange between the readers...
enjoyed it very much!
I liked the interplay between Joe and Zoe. It had a ritmo all it's own.
Realizing how it all amazingly works together. I never considered the number of heartbeats and breaths that we take in a day, year and lifetime and how that is connected to the rise and fall of the sun every 24 hours. Also, how we value creativity and that we endeavor in a sense to emulate or create something original. It's humbling to realize that while we as human beings think that we may have created something original, it is indeed just a copy or inspired by someone else's previous work. Joe has made an argument that there is an original designer. As a result not only do we derive our own sense of rhythm, creativity and personality from the latter, but our very breath and heartbeat is dependent upon the original 'I AM'.
The Salsa and ChaCha examples of personality, culture, creativity and rythym. Makes me want to tap my feet just reflecting on it...
No. It gave me a deep appreciation of what I take for granted every day. An overall reaction to the book is joy.
The incredible beauty of God's creation wrapped in the mystery that is beyond our understanding has been to a large degree made less complicated and simplified by reducing it to the essential rythyms of life as described by the author. Thanks Joe.
Joe Caldwell offers this hour long devotional on the rhythm of life, which points to a Creator who is over all things. It leads me to reflect in awe on the sovereignty of God, a God who cares to pay attention to the smallest details of His creation. His reflection truly is within His creation, just as His heartbeat is within it.
This is an easy and pleasant listen!
An in depth examination of rhythm as an essential part of life! The story is rich with a wide range of information supporting rhythm as an influence in life. Thought provoking material and a pleasant presentation. A well spent hour of enjoyment.
How fun to journey from our body's smallest cell to the vastness of the universe and to see how we are all connected to our creator and each other. Profound message
A short, and unusual thought piece, using the authors' musings on the connection of personality and rhythm to lead to an unexpected conclusion. Includes interesting bits of science and cultural observation. An easy way to pass an hour.
Yes indeed; there is great information to learn a second and third time around
Joe Caldwells mimicking the heart beat? Kidding. I like the beginning part of our beginning point in our mother's womb listening to our mothers heart beat. No heart beat no life.
The voices grabbed or held my attention.
No, I can't say I laughed or cried; but Holy Ritmo made me think about the rhythm of life; not only on the interior of our lives but in life around us.
Holy Ritmo will start the conversation going about God, our Creator and His plan for our lives
A pleasure to listen to. Rhythm is present in every avenue of life. It's in our breaths, our heartbeat, our days and our nights. It's in our music and our poetry. It's even displayed in our cars.
The author suggests that without rhythm, there is no life, and I agree. Everything is dependent upon rhythmic patterns.
I Particularly enjoyed the ending in which the author connects Jesus to the main points of Holy Ritmo!
It really is a quick listen, it serves as a fun reminder to the rhythm all around us.
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