Arlene Wright-Correll

Mulling is Back

Mulling is BackSit back and enjoy the an old practice Mulling, one that involves infusing warmed juices, ciders, or wines with a collection of luscious ingredients, and results in a smooth and soothing evening beverage.  You can even make mulled coffee and mulled tea.You can make Mulled Wine with Herbs as there are many recipes inspired by Glögg, a traditional Scandinavian holiday drink which brings warmth and cheer in the dark days of December. Crush cardamom pods to release cardamom’s delectable flavor and aroma. For a nonalcoholic version of this warming drink, substitute Concord grape juice.At Home Farm Herbery we have many Mulled...

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IvanPetryshyn

DISTORSII DESIDERORUM: THE DISTORTION OF DESIRES.

DISTORSII DESIDERORUM: THE DISTORTION OF DESIRES.that day, there was a training the title of which could have never been even mentioned in that far-away, space-and-time separated country I used to live in.that was the description of the bi-desires of touching the same in some safe nook of the Universe, good-willed, delicately projected and designed not to offend a person, not to criticize hi(e)m(r) being ready to step up or back- a subtle and refined feelings had to prompt, what could be correct not to break the fragile and transparent vessel of the person's heart and psyche.I sat thinking about the paradox that had to happen: with...

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Ngozi Nwoke

Examine Yourself - Are You Poor Before God?

What is more important-how people see you or how God sees you? Many people are desperate to be wealthy but are not even concerned about how God sees them. They forget that He made them and that He will be there on judgment day. This article emphasizes the importance of being rich before God.Because you say, 'I am rich, have become wealthy, and have need of nothing' - and do not know that you are wretched, miserable, poor, blind, and naked. I counsel you to buy from Me gold refined in the fire, that you may be rich; and white garments, that you may be clothed, that the shame of your nakedness may not be revealed; and anoint your eyes with eye.

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Hilda Cang

A Show Of Fame

SATURDAY, the rain had not stopped. It's been raining cats and dogs these past days. I looked at the clock, it's still early to get there. the VIP card printed the time for admission was 4pm. Probably the show would start at 5pm by normal procedure. I reminded my husband not to be late as we had to drive all the way to the Shangri-La's Rasa Ria Resort & Spa to watch GARY CHAW's live stage show. Missing a single part of it was something regrettable to a fan like me.We drove in Tuaran town by 3.30pm and still managed to enjoy a quick plate of the famous Tuaran Mee (noodles)  in a coffee shop. At one time, the rain was so heavy that we.

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Lawrence Jones

PRINCE & THE REVOLUTION

Prince you were named a prince but you lived and became a KingPrince you stood the test of time.Prince you shared your life through your music.    Prince you helped me see the world through the eyes of your music.    Prince you transferred my pain into sound: and made me realize, I am loved and not alone.    Prince you open the doors to the Black world, you showed whites we are talented, you made  Asians to bow, and the world marveled at your sound.byLawrence Jones    My worlds can’t express enough how Prince Roger Nelson impacted my life. He was a man of few words in peson,...

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Aspergers on the Inside
Ella Camp

How the God of Truth Battles the Devil of Illusion

This battle is one in which all humans engage on a daily basis throughout their lives.Illusions appear in all colors, shapes and sizes; and once perceived as devils, the battle will be engaged.Some battles between these two adversaries are short-lived- inconsequential; they flare up quickly and are just as quickly won; while others can be of epic proportions incurring wounds and consequences that can last a lifetime.As a rule, we don’t consciously choose illusions; we more or less allow them to fall upon us by not overtly or mentally doing anything to prevent them doing so- we wear blindfolds when we eat that cotton candy. On the other hand,.

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Jack H. Schick

Ned Beale and the Quest for El Dorado

            President Ulysses S. Grant had a limited understanding of, and minimal interest in, the complex, seemingly perpetual, turmoil that was the Balkans. He was more apt to fret over Indian "trouble" in the Black Hills than to waste energy trying to comprehend the Herzegovinian Rebellion or the diplomatic moves of The League of Three Emperors. It was part of his job, though. To get his head around it he needed someone who was bright, trustworthy and reliable to go to Europe, observe the mess first hand and then articulate in plain English an explanation of the situation that he could make sense of....

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Paul Schroeder

NEW YORK CITY POLICE AND UNITED STATES INTERDICTION COORDINATORS : BIG BROTHERS IN NYC

Marijuana Civil Rights: NYPD and Federal Interdiction Supervisors In New York City by Paul Schroeder  "Counter Current NewsTuesday, March 29, 2016)"Ex NYPD Cop Admits ‘We Planted Evidence, Framed Innocent People’ All For Arrest Quotas""Stop-and-friskIt’s not your imagination:the New York Police Department has been planting evidence and framing innocent people all in order to meet arrest quotas.""This comes as an a former New York City narcotics detective, Stephen Anderson, testified in court that the NYPD routinely plants drugs on innocent people.""He described this as a “common practice,” a “quick and easy” way for officers to...

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Bing Limousin

Elections ’16: Crazy Horse for President

“It is a good day to die” might become the battle cry of some American voters in the upcoming presidential campaign. Middle-class Americans have something in common with native indians’ plight of long ago. Crazy Horse might nod in approval. Perhaps in his own vengeful wit, swirling upon the prairie winds calling, ‘What goes around, one day comes back around.’ I was at the Duck Creek Cafe’ the other day and guess who I ran into, Martin Cross, long time governor of our state. In tow was my buddy presidential candidate Miss Josephine Calder visiting the old homestead before off again on the campaign trail. The Cafe’ was full like.

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