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The Muses and Comatas

The Myth of the Muses and Comatas by Lilian Hyde

Long, long after the days of Bellerophon, a certain goatherd, called Comatas, used to feed his goats on the lower slopes of Mount Helicon. 576 more words

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Tale of King Midas

King Midas and the Golden Touch: By Lilian Stoughton Hyde

It happened one day that Silenus, who was the oldest of the satyrs and was now very feeble, became lost in the vineyards of King Midas. 901 more words

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Looking Within – M.S. Srinivasan

(This is an imaginative recreation of vedantic stories, which describe the path of self-knowledge discovered by ancient Indian seers.)

Aruni is a great sage of upanishadic age in India.  643 more words

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The Meaning of the Claddagh

The Irish Claddagh, pronounced is called a fáinne Chladaigh in Irish. The traditional Irish Claddagh ring is a symbol of friendship, love and loyalty. The hands of the claddagh ring stand for friendship. 80 more words

Irish Traditions

If You're Reading This...

Dear Dad,

Remember when you said you wanted to read my blog and I gave you the web address to it? I told you the name, spelling out the letters since it is a funny word that you most likely wouldn’t understand, but apparently you didn’t register it completely and said you would come back to it later, maybe when you had more time. 973 more words

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This Will Happen in My Lifetime

Florida becomes 36th state to legalize gay marriage

This makes me exceptionally proud. For every generation, especially my kids’ and beyond. We are all people, and it’s time we start acting like it.

Thoughts

Snakes from Above

Deep in the backwoods of Kentucky, a group of adventurers encountered something so unexpected and frightful that it changed the course of their friendship…forever. I was among that group and have lived to bring you this harrowing tale. 371 more words

Climbing