Harold Raley is a well-known and popular online blogger and writer. His blog haroldraley.com is regularly ranked as one of the best blogs in the world, and he is known for his personal accounts of his life and his life on the road.
It’s interesting that his blog haroldraley.com is often used as a source for advice and news about his life on the road. Some of his posts are quite detailed and a bit philosophical.
Harold Raley is also a very interesting guy in that he tends to spend a lot of time either sleeping or staring into space. I think he is one who wants to be a bit more aware of the world around him. Or at least being more aware of the world around him.
Like many other people, Harold Raley seems to have a lot of ideas that are not his own. For instance, his blog is filled with information on the various things that he does, all of which are not his. His wife, Sarah, seems to be the main source of the information he has about himself. If you follow her blog harldraley.com, you’ll find posts about her, his travels, and his thoughts about life on the road.
You can almost hear Harold Raley’s brain telling him he’s getting too old for these kinds of things. It is really annoying to hear a computer brain telling you its brain is getting too old for these things.
One of the things Harold Raley writes about is his new book: The Big Book of the Bible. Its a 200+ page tome that takes you through the entire Old and New Testaments in a single, easy-to-read format. Its not a book you need to read cover-to-cover, but rather a book you can read, and then re-read, over and over again. You can read it on your phone, on your tablet, or with a Kindle.
The first time I opened the book, my first thought was, “Wow! I can tell this is going to be a good read.” After re-reading it a few times, I had a much different reaction. I’ve spent years trying to understand the whole Bible, and this book explained it in a way that I could understand it myself.
I had to read it twice to get it right. I really liked it.
For starters, the first thing I noticed was how well the author explains the Bible. He doesn’t use the typical Bible-wearing, “God says” method of explaining the Bible. Instead he uses the “I can explain it to you” approach, and it makes his points simple and clear.