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Adaptability

An adaptation, also called an adaptive trait, in biology is a trait with a current functional role in the life history of an organism that is maintained and 

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Philosophies

There's nothing crazy about being crazy

Fuck you, you fat faggot, she’d say. You’re nothing but a meth addict and you’re going to get arrested soon. Next I’d hear a teenager’s voice: 510 more words

Josh Kruger

Strong Words

I hate you, and somehow I think that’s it
My body is shit
My eyes turn others’ and then my own away
My hands turn the world to ash from clay… 79 more words

Poetic

Distance

‘Distance’; the word generally conveys an empirically spatial measurement. It can of course be temporal too. We speak for example of distant relatives and could well intend a variety of spatio-temporal descriptors by the term. 239 more words

Philosophy

SOMETHING There Is. . .


“We build too many walls and not enough bridges.”
-Isaac Newton, English physicist, mathematician and theologian

In North of Boston, his second collection of poetry, Robert Frost includes a poem entitled, “Mending Wall.” The poem conveys the story of two neighbors who meet and converse over a traditional New England stone wall that needs springtime repair. 839 more words

Progressive Christianity

Distance

‘Distance’; the word generally conveys an empirically spatial measurement. It can of course be temporal too. We speak for example of distant relatives and could well intend a variety of spatio-temporal descriptors by the term. 224 more words

Creative Writing