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The Hardest Lesson Yet

I didn’t trick my friend into talking about reincarnation, per se.  I was simply following the scent.  I had asked if she believed in it and she said yes a bit quickly.   2,094 more words

Disillusionment and Differences in Interpretations

Over the weekend I was assigned to read a piece on a young lady who is depressed that she got homecoming queen. She wanted to make her parents happy by winning and her parents were happy to support her along the process. 325 more words


American Indian Stories: "The Wonderland"

“The North,” for those affected by slavery, was synonymous with freedom; it represented promise and hope. However, slaves, the characters within the three novels I have read thus far, and the reader are rudely awakened, finding out the North is not so much better than the South. 522 more words

American Women Writers

Several quotes about wisdom.

The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom.  ~Isaac Asimov

It is easier to find a score of men wise enough to discover the truth than to find one intrepid enough, in the face of opposition, to stand up for it.  23 more words


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conflicting feelings

Conflicting feelings, feelings I have no right feeling.
You know I’m starting to think that I really have some kind of feelings for this guy… 232 more words


Caged by Shadows (Haibun)

Every day he crept to school as if the earth’s gravity was ten times too strong under his feet.   

He wore a black suit with a white oxford shirt, and his leather loafers always gleamed – they were so shiny and clean.   398 more words

The Art Degree, Part II – Disillusionment

It’s begun.

I’ve been disillusioned with my art degree.


Because I totally suck at it.

Okay, maybe that’s not a fair assessment. I didn’t originally think I sucked at it. 189 more words