About Me

I'm Eny, livingin Brittany, celtic land, full of fairy tales and mysterious stories.

studied and taught esoteric astrology and as each seeker, I try to walk
on my own way, with all opportunities given to me

I believe in Love and Light....keys for Life....

So, it's essential to share - give and receive- all knowledges we

acquire in lifetime

I've edited my first poetry book, in french...'Le Miroir Intérieur'...in 2008 and translated 'Max Heindel Memoirs' in French in 2013.

I like to create videos, another way to express my feelings and peace messages...

Thanks for all your comments in visiting my page..

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hope your week is going well
Bella wrote at March 9, 9:48:42 pm

Love and hugs...Bella
Lil Indian wrote at March 9, 9:20:15 pm

Goodnight and Peaceful Dreams...
May The Spirits Be With You and Guide You...May You Have a Safe Journey In Live...May Your Path Be Blessed...
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♥ Rö§êmår¥ ♥ ~ wrote at March 9, 8:46:58 pm

Thank you for being my friend. I appreciate your friendship here. I will be away and will see you on Sunday. Have a nice Weekend!! Love ya! Hugs, Rosemary~
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♥ Rö§êmår¥ ♥ ~ wrote at March 9, 8:35:23 pm

I will be away and will see you on Sunday. You will be missed!


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KlassicRetroDiva wrote at March 9, 8:34:20 pm



Diana Ross Biography
Diana Ross was born March 26, 1944 as Diane Ernestine Earle Ross at Hutzel Woman Hospital. Second child out of six from a U.S. Army soldier Fred and a schoolteacher name Ernestine. Her parents meant for her name to be Diane but an error on the birth certificate recored her name as Diana. She attended Cass Technical High School in Detroit. She wanted to become a fashion designer. She won best dressed girl at her high school as she graduated in 1962; a semester earlier than her classmates. Diana started singing in a choir at her church. Later her and her friends Mary Wilson , Florence Ballard, Betty McGlown, and Barbara Martin formed the group The Primettes founded by Milton Jenkins.

Diana Ross - Motown Music Biography

In a remarkable career spanning over 40 years, Diana Ross has proven herself the consummate music artist as well as the most successful female singer of all time.

Love is Here and Now You're Gone

In the 1960s as lead singer of the pop group The Supremes, she achieved the unprecedented feat of fourteen consecutive number one hit records, rivaling The Beatles for the position of most successful recording act of that generation.

To the delight of her fans, both young and old, Ms. Ross is returning to her roots and embarking on a national tour with The Supremes, Lynda Laurence and Scherrie Payne. The "Return To Love" Tour gives Ms. Ross the chance to perform the songs that seduced and dazzled an entire generation since she left the group in 1970.
In 1970, Ms. Ross moved to a solo career and for two decades has continued to produce an endless stream of number one records and sell-out world concerts.

Her repertoire has covered popular music, the works of such diverse and legendary writers as Sam Cooke, Jules Stein, and Rogers & Hart, and when she made her film acting debut in 1972 portraying the late Billie Holiday in the film that won her an Academy Award nomination, "Lady Sings The Blues," she also showed her extraordinary gift for jazz performance.

Ms. Ross has also shared recordings with Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson and Julio Iglesias. Another duet, "Endless Love," with Lionel Richie topped the U.S. charts for nine weeks - one of the longest residencies at the top of the chart in the history of American music.

Diana Ross continues to break records and receive honors. In Japan, Ms. Ross is the biggest selling foreign artist of the past two years. In Britain - where she was invited to headline the Royal Command Performance appearing in front of Her Majesty The Queen - she has been recognized by The Guinness Book of World Records as the most successful female artist of all time with over 70 hit singles to date. Her most recent album, "ONE WOMAN: The Ultimate Collection, released in the U.K., has gone triple platinum.

A special honor which Ms. Ross recently received was France's prestigious Commander in the Order of Arts and Letters, presented to her at the request of the country's Minister for Culture. An entire day of celebration during the international musical festival of Midem in Cannes, was dedicated to Ms. Ross. The achievements of Ms. Ross do not lie solely within the music industry. As well as being Oscar nominated for the motion picture "Lady Sings the Blues," she also went on to star in the popular feature films "Mahogany" and "The Wiz."

Through her own company, Anaid Film Productions Inc., Ms. Ross has executive produced her last five television specials for ABC, CBS, HBO and Showtime, including "Diana in Central Park" and "Diana!"

Ms. Ross has also entered into a production deal with the ABC Television Network in which she will produce made-for-television films. Ms. Ross made her dramatic television debut when she starred in the made for television movie, "Out of Darkness." Her stunning and inspired portrayal of a woman's personal battle with paranoia/schizophrenia aired on ABC Television as part of that network's prestigious "ABC Theater" presentations. Ms. Ross also produced the critically-acclaimed project.

She also stars in the ABC Television Movie "Double Platinum," and emotional story of a mother-daughter relationship that also features eight extraordinary musical numbers. Her co-star is the singer/actress Brandy.

In 1992, Ms. Ross starred in a special pay-per-view television event, entitled "Diana Ross Live... The Lady Sings." The program featured Ms. Ross performing jazz and blues and music that she loves, and was shot live from New York City in an intimate setting, evoking a smoky after-hours scene.

Diana Ross @ Central Park 1983 Day One - Endless Love
Singing in the rain.

Also in 1992, at Christmas, Ms. Ross came together with two of the world's greatest tenors of the 20th Century: Jose Carreras and Placido Domingo, and the three performed a special Christmas concert which was seen around the world. In 1993, "Diana Ross Live: Stolen Moments" was released. The successful "Take Me Higher" followed, and now her newest release is "Every Day is a New Day."

The past few years have proven to be exceptional for Ms. Ross, as she has celebrated her 30 years as a performing artist. A distinctive 30th Anniversary 4-CD commemorative Box Set album "Diana Ross The Ultimate Collection" was released, and Random House published the artist's very special and long-awaited memoirs, Secrets Of A Sparrow, authored by Ms. Ross herself.

In the summer of 1995, Ms. Ross traveled to Russia where she made her historic first performances live, to two sold-out audiences at the Kremlin Palace in Moscow.
In her continuing commitment to helping children, recently, Ms. Ross joined the board of directors of "A Better Chance," the oldest and only national program that provides a variety of educational opportunities to academically talented children. The organization, based in Boston, is best known for assisting inner city children in gaining access to the nation's top college prepatory schools.
In addition, Ms. Ross is spokesperson for National Children's Day, a day in which children have the opportunity to share their hopes and concerns with America's leaders.
With an amazing capacity to combine many different interests and with a seemingly tireless energy, Diana Ross continues to be a leading figure for each generation.
Diana Ross also has the distinction of being honored when the VH1 network salutes her with "VH1 Divas 2000: A Tribute to Diana Ross." Some of the acts paying tribute to this legend include Mariah Carey, Faith Hill and Donna Summer.

Diana Ross, forever loved, charmed Jacksonville crowd ..

Diana Ross owned the stage on Friday night at the Times-Union Center for Performing Arts in Jacksonville. When she sang "It's My House," there was no question that it was, indeed, her house. It was built for love, her name was on the ceiling and the good vibrations wouldn't let anyone go. Ross fans don't go halfway. When someone loves her, they really love her. Here's a quick rundown of the evening:

- Ross: Looking good at just a few weeks shy of 67. Certainly, some women half her age wish they stacked up. She flaunted at least five gowns, all diva-worthy, sparkly and showy, but still elegant. Her energy was youthful and playful, and her voice was strong overall. On "Why Do Fools Fall in Love," her projection weakened, but she regained strength quickly. She made sure the show was packed with the hits everyone wanted to hear.

- The band: Pianist, guitarist, bassist, two drummers, four-man horn section and three backup singers. The band was great; the singers were even better. Despite being such a large band, they managed not to overshadow or overpower Ross.
- The audience: Crowded, but not sold out. Enthusiastic and full of dancers loving the old hits. On some songs, they sang their hearts out, and on the quieter, jazzy Billie Holiday numbers, they sat back and reveled in it respectfully. No matter what Ross did, they let her know she's loved.

Dreamgirls is a 25-year old Broadway musical, not-so-vaguely based on the story of the birth of Motown Records and specifically their biggest star act: Diana Ross and the Supremes. The play was a minor sensation when it played the boards in the early 80s, spawning a top-40 hit single and even providing a short-lived music and acting career for breakout show star Jennifer Holliday. However, you'd hardly have expected, a generation later, that some of the biggest black actors in Hollywood would line up to play a part in bringing this project to the big screen.

Diana Ross - Ain't No Mountain High Enough On Oprah Winfrey Show 2/25/2011

Diana Ross and Billy Dee Williams reunite on oprah
Despite the excitement, Oprah admitted she was a little worried about bringing Williams out with first telling Ross.
"I take full responsibility because my staff said to me, 'Di -- Miss Ross -- she does not want any surprises,'" Oprah said. Luckily, it turned out well.
Ross' five children also appeared on the show.

“Being a parent is very important to me,” Ross told Oprah, referring to her children Rhonda, Tracee, Chudney, Ross and Evan.

“Somehow, despite how large her career and her persona <have> been, she has helped us not feel in her shadow,” Ross' oldest daughter Rhonda said. “We can be ourselves. She somehow helped us to have that.”
“There was a sense of routine and normalcy,” daughter Tracee added.
Ross rounded out her appearance by giving a tearjerking performance of Ain't No Mountain High Enough. It was all enough to make Oprah emotional.
“I have to really keep myself from going into the ugly cry,” Oprah said. “Because of how much this legend, this woman means to me and my life. … I’m going to try to keep it together.”
But while Oprah's syndicated show is coming to an end, that doesn't mean Ross' career is doing the same.
“I think that if my voice for some reason changes -- because your voice does change -- then it’s time for me not to sing.”

Enjoy my sweet friends
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Jackie Blue wrote at March 9, 8:33:48 pm

Enjoy Your Thirsty Thursday!

Jackie Blue

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SwabbyJam wrote at March 9, 7:47:33 pm

Hi Sweetie, here's to a super duper special deluxe ultra groovy evening! :o)

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