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Why I had Writer's Block

Writing is a very, very independent activity and there is no one to put you in check, or catch you when you make a mistake or even keep you company in your head. 385 more words


I'm with you there Mr Arnold

So deeply unsound is the mass of traditions and imaginations of which popular religion consists, that future times will hardly comprehend its audacity in calling those who abjure it atheists.

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Never Miss a Day!

We are all blessed; we all can reap the benefits of our constructive efforts. We don’t have to settle for our present reality’ we can create a new one, whenever we choose to. 114 more words


A Plethora of P’s / #50: Presents

proactively punctuating life with the plausible, powerful possibilities of positive thought presented through a plethora of “P’s”.

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It is well to give when asked, but it is better to give unasked, through understanding; 238 more words


Applying Albert Einstein's theory of Relativity to our Lives

The image: A fast food seller cheerfully looking through smoke posing for my Nikon while flipping and tossing noodles for me while I waited. The poor man barely had enough protection from the bone-shattering cold like I did, and the best he had on was a pair of Chinese plastic boots that you could get for $2 on… 745 more words


The story machine by Tom McLaughlin (2014)

Today’s delicious picture book led me on all sorts of merry nostalgic wandering. When I was small my mum was a typing teacher. Very occasionally if I was having a sick day from school I would sit in the back of her classroom in front of my very own typewriter. 190 more words

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