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Proverbs 9:9

“Give instruction to a wise man, and he will be yet wiser: teach a just man, and he will increase in learning.”

A Different Angle…

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Book Of Proverbs

Oak Wood Goddess

Pencils, drawing pens, Sharpie markers, soft pastels.

Mythical Monday: Tommyknockers by Mae Clair

Stephen King made the name famous in his 1987 science-fiction novel. But people of the Old World, and those who worked in coal regions, knew about Tommyknockers long before then. 309 more words

Mae Clair

City centred

Sunday it was suggested we leave the car and catch the bus into the city. There was, inevitably, a church we wanted to check out and with the idea that no car meant I would be able to have a drink with lunch. 654 more words


Haitian Folklore: Zombies

“While there’s a long history and fascination with animated corpses in American literature and cinema, zombies aren’t originally a product of the American imagination. The undead corpses actually trace their roots to Haiti and Haitian Creole traditions that have their roots in African religious customs.” 11 more words

American History

Väktaren vid Penningkullen

Väktaren vid Penningkullen

I denna kulle berättar sägnen att det bor en tomte som skall bevaka en skatt som grävts ned en gång i tiden. Denna tomte har även skött en syssla som gårdstomte. 280 more words

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