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Convergent Evolution

Convergence tends to catch my eye.

In Boston’s naval shipyard, hundreds of years in seafaring technology are welded by sunset into a single silhouette.

Bright leaves and buds mark the common ground where seasons intersect.   58 more words

Love And Loss

13th July 2006....

So I appreciate that in order to re-disover myself I probably need to look back at when I lost my way and lost who I was…that is the easiest and hardest question in my life! 895 more words

Life Journey

Thanksgiving or Giving Thanks?

Why celebrate our thanks for just one day on Thanksgiving? Everyday if you think about it there is always something to be grateful for. Everyday. It is about perspective and looking beyond ourselves and   keeping the faith that life is not a race, but a journey, a journey that at times we don’t understand and we are not suppose to. 200 more words

Cancer

Take All the Time You Need To

How can anyone or any community heal and move forward unless they’re given the space and time to grieve? People always question why African-Americans still are “stuck” on race issues, without realizing that crying out about the very real injustices that our people have faced and continue to face, that protesting, rioting and boycotting are our ways of grieving. 98 more words

Boycott

Closure?

“Closure” is subjective, yeah?

It’s nice that you want closure, but maybe I feel like I found closure that one day when it was raining and I was cold and walking through downtown Chattanooga. 182 more words

Grief