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Steep Incline

Alena stood over the cliff, her eyes on the horizon. The vast expanse of sky seemed so painfully blue, that it hurt to look at. It was snowing, the first day of snowfall that year. 914 more words

Three Benefits of Catastrophe Thinking, Planning & Preparing

From Shit Doesn’t Just Happen: The Gift of Failure

As a Green Beret, I was focused on two main reasons for catastrophe planning and preparation. As a writer, I learned about a third, more subtle benefit of catastrophe planning, in order to have a successful career in a field where 99% of those entering eventually fail. 257 more words

Write It Forward

Another Climate Book

Cartoon to provoke thought on ‘western society’s inability to face the multiple threat of climate change.  This was inspired by a late night camp-fire chat with… 77 more words


When you're tired . . .

Every mishap seems like a catastrophe. Maybe it’s in part because I’m taking my old 50mg Vyvanse until my doctor completes a form for the FDA stating why I need the max dose . 512 more words

Daily Inspirations, I Say That Laughingly . . .

Apocalypse: Diary of a Survivor

Author: Matt Pike
Author Bio: Sci-fi author, gamer, appreciator of red wine, comedy and fantasy football competitions. Father of three. Part proceeds of each sale donated to find a cure for the neurological condition Rett Syndrome. 121 more words


An Accumulation Of Feelings.

The human being is an accumulation of feelings. We are made of feelings, whether it’s positive, or negative it doesn’t matter. And we’re very delicate when we get hurt, we gather all of the emotions that we gave and try to contain them in chambers of our souls. 160 more words