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Libertarian case for government safety nets

There’s no simple definition for Libertarianism (or any political party) but one might call it, the belief that the government should be no bigger than necessary to secure the rights and freedoms listed in the constitution. 752 more words

Human Condition

nom de plume

Is being a poet a testimony or a moniker?

Am I a poet because children laughing makes me sob or that I can’t eat sushi without thinking of ways to compare a tuna roll to the broken relationship with my sister? 231 more words


Routine: A Double-Edged Sword

At the end of this long weekend, as we dive into what is essentially a new season, I feel inspired to share a few quick thoughts on the power of routine. 1,214 more words

The Beginning..

This past week has been hectic to say the least. Kim and I (Ashleigh) are launching our official event planning business even though we have planned and coordinated events for the past few years. 161 more words


Passion /ˈpaSHən/: strong and barely controllable emotion.

Guess who’s back at it after 2 days haha. I witnessed a married couple fight today, and it wasn’t just an ordinary fight.. it lead on to the woman telling me she wasn’t happy in her marriage and that she’s just in it because she’s always wanted a family. 889 more words


Isaiah 26:3-4

You will keep him in perfect peace,
Whose mind is stayed on You,
Because he trusts in You.
4 Trust in the Lord forever, 1,087 more words