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Lessons Learned

Doth the evil lie in my own eye or in the one I see? For I cannot ever know that which I see, I cannot even know the reality of “that which knows”. 42 more words

In A Line

Two Sides of the Same Coin

It is one month since the vote took place and for once a cliché has turned out to be true.  Things will never be the same.  1,160 more words

Butterfly Rebellion

Muslims: Misguided Actions Of Few Manage To Condemn Millions

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DALLAS (CBS 11 NEWS) – When the latest horrible headline hits — and terror is the topic — Ali Mahmoud’s thoughts travel a familiar path: “Oh, God, please, please… don’t be Muslim. 400 more words


The Value of Truth - Part 2

Part of understanding the value of truth, is to talk about the consequence of not being truthful, accurate or authentic. Now to be fair to ourselves, we don’t usually go out of our way to be dishonest or wrong. 576 more words

Mental Health

Anthropomorphic speech in the press

What is today’s fascination with giving life to inanimate objects, specially a gun when used with criminal intent.

The GUNMAN held up a bank. The GUNMAN shot the innocent. 77 more words

Comments Sections of Influence

Reading the comments sections of local and national papers I was suddenly aware that when people contribute to them they usually do so from within their Circle of Concern – or even outside of it – rather than from their Circle of Influence. 76 more words

Purpose And Service