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True Love .

Learn to love….yes you heard me right. Love should be liberating not suffocating. I am not talking about any one kind of love. Parents love their children selflessly. 294 more words

Blogging

The primacy of the primal

My friend and I were in Chinatown in downtown Boston tonight at what has become something of a weekly dinner, discussing existence, strangeness of human society, and online dating (we usually cover quite a range). 522 more words

Reflection

INFORMATION

it’s for communication

why else would skies be blue?

surely, to hide behind grey blinds

is not their goal; though

what they yearn to show simply… 116 more words

Poetry

on the Geography of Justice

As husband-man and I have returned to South Africa we’ve begun thinking about where we want to root ourselves and how the space we choose to be in might best reflect our desire to love our neighbors well, to be part of reconciliation in this beautiful land, to rebuild and repair. 572 more words

Things I'm Thinking About

RED

reclusive ragamuffins in repellent rags reek of rot

and recover in ruins of run-down residences

by reveling in rum and rock;

rush from racy rails and reefers at raves… 232 more words

Poetry

Risk it for a chocolate biscuit

Now Joshua the son of Nun sent out two men from Acacia Grove to spy secretly, saying, “Go, view the land, especially Jericho.” So they went, and came to the house of a harlot named Rahab, and lodged there. 277 more words

Spirituality and Physicality: Straight from my Black Book 2

“The Other Side” is relatable to our subconscious. In circumstances of low sense stimulation, we may catch glimpses of wandering spirits. In a quiet, dark, odorless room, one may see a shadow of someone who isn’t there physically, creeping across the wall. 48 more words

LaVey