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"Howlin" Writing Workshop Welcomes Writers from All Genres Saturday August 23rd, 2014

Thank you, to everyone who attended Poets Network & Exchange’s “Howlin” and those wanting to attend but could not. It was wonderful meeting new friends, greeting old friends and sharing words and laughter. 404 more words


Toward A World Of Integrity.

Posted on August 26, 2014

by Jerry Alatalo

“Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful.”

- SAMUEL JOHNSON (1709-1784) English essayist, poet… 1,253 more words

Earth Matters

Byzantine Art

And for bonus points….

Are these not glorious?


Keys To Victory: Come With Me If You Want To Win...

Hey! Don’t Be A:

Common Sense Rule #1: HAVE A VALID E-MAIL ADDRESS! I contact code and other contest winners via the info WordPress gives me (as in your email address and other IP contact info), so if I send you a reply and get back a response like THIS: 243 more words


For this week's Huffpost50 Boomer profi

For this week’s Huffpost50 Boomer profile, I was impressed by how Ed and Anne-Marie Stephens dove into entrepreneurship to provide healthy living solutions for Type 2 diabetics (and, by extension, anyone interested in learning how to eat more healthfully). 69 more words


Transference of Evil

“Netanyahu: A Creature Without Morality or Mercy”

By William Cook

“…the pictures out of Gaza are heart wrenching and painful, the painful pictures of children dying… and the thousands of refugees. 2,669 more words


Israel and ISIS

I was reading a Reuters report on ISIS a bit earlier today and it seems they have taken a page straight out of the Israeli play book, adopting the practice of carrying out home demolitions against those they seek to occupy and oppress: 1,038 more words