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Most people around the world will never know you. If they did, they would probably like you...like you a lot. But know what...they do know you, or at least think they do. Everybody has some character-sketch process of everyone they don’t know; like a mental rolodex; their own system of what works for them. It is shallow at best, but hey, we’re only human. We all do it, though we are often told we shouldn’t. If you try to ignore the tendency, it always feels incomplete. If you convince yourself you can overcome the urge, often you will get hurt...sometimes badly. If you follow this linear discourse so far, perhaps you understand... continue reading...
by Joyce Shafer
We all think we know what success is. There are certainly enough definitions of it and opinions about how to succeed IN life. But, how can we truly succeed AT life? We can succeed AT life by being true to ourselves . It’s not always as simple or easy to do this as we might imagine or wish; but maybe that’s already been your experience. For one thing, as we move through our life, we have a trail of expectations following us, those expectations imposed on us by others, and those we erroneously impose on ourselves. We walk in a wake of negativity as a result, because we don’t know how or feel confident enough to be true to ourselves after years of... continue reading...
INTELLECTUAL MORALITY OF THE HUMAN RACE INTEGRATIONS INTELLECTUAL MORALITY OF THE HUMAN RACE INTEGRATIONS 1-DIMHOM REPORT NO. 2. 300 AD / according to the Earth calendar/ New morality- new Religion! Morality forms religion that maintains order And the Human Race was looking for the Defence, Protection and Salvation to live happily, reasonably and fruitfully… Creating the First Philosophies of the Civilization- RELIGIONS: ANCIENT ROME RELIGION: 1.Collective piety. Good relations with gods. 2.The way of the Ancestors, Traditionalism. Genius. 3.Principle: “I give that you might give” (do ut des). Veneration of... continue reading...
by Ella Camp
Once upon a time there was a man; replete, he was, in appealing, enticing physical beauty; a beauty enhanced by the fascinating charm of cerebral erudition; the combination of which, did engage the conceit that lies dormant within the being that is human. The sleeping fixed nature of his inherent self-love; although temporarily in abeyance while ensconced within the cradle; was awakened to its activated capability early in his emotionally privileged childhood. Fed by the natural springs of proud delighted approbation; it grew in leaping bounds of unrestrained permission; to embrace the narcissistic underworld of vain, self-admiring arrogance....5 continue reading...
Every time I see a photo of John Boehner I think of the scene in The Wedding Planner where a bride presents a blotchy, orange face from too long under the tanner. JLo says ‘quarter cup of lemon juice and half a cup of salt and scrub scrub...1 continue reading...
by Hilda Cang
BILLY's 80 years old grandfather was sick. He couldn't sleep well at night. He complained of headache, backache, tired and no appetite although Billy took him to see a few different doctors and got some medicine mostly of traditional remedies but the condition did not improve. Grandfather was still sick and unhappy. One day, some folks told Billy that a famous doctor would be visiting the town to offer free services mainly to those who were sick physically and mentally. Early morning, Billy drove his grandpa to a local sundry shop where the Great Master was temporary there to see patients. The owner of the shop had generously spared a small room...4 continue reading...
This & That With Kovacs
by Steve Kovacs
Why do writers write? Before you click away and read something else because you’ve heard the question tons of times and heard some great answer too, play along with me for a bit as my take may be a bit off the usual path. Of course the question’s been asked for centuries and answered by many writers and many very smart people. However, many people still ask the age old question like I recently asked myself. I was getting a little tired of writing. I regularly write for three blogs and publish a small newsletter for professionals. Two blogs are pretty much the same topic area which is about everything and anything life related. Like a blank...2 continue reading...
by Ngozi Nwoke
Have you ever imagined how it would be like if you can start living on earth as if you were in heaven? Heaven being a beautiful place is paved with gold and is a pain and sorrow free place; you have only joy and peace. Is it possible to have heaven on earth you may ask? I have good news for you- yes you can enjoy heaven on earth. This article aims at showing you how to enjoy heaven while you are on earth. And I heard a loud voice from heaven saying, "Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and He will dwell with them, and they shall be His people. God Himself will be with them and be their God. And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes;... continue reading...
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