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On Protecting Mother Earth

By Vagisha I. Gunasekara

We live in a time of severe ecological and economic challenges.  In 2012 the world crossed a dangerous limit.  A reading of 400 parts per million (ppm) of atmospheric carbon dioxide was recorded by monitoring stations across the Arctic. 1,529 more words

Room with a View

“One can only write in cities” – Oscar Wilde

*These images were taken by me at the Parktonian Hotel, Braamfontein, from a balcony on the 21st-Floor during a sublime Jozi sunrise.


The Great Artist and his Models

Matisse is one of my favorite artists.  What color and diversity!  He did have a reputation with his models so here’s a bit of reimagining of The Manila Shawl painting. 338 more words

Looking for your passion? At 50 I'm still hopeful

Aside from stalking old boyfriends, I’ve learned a lot about myself through the quizzes on Facebook. For instance, the “Friends”character I’m most like is Monica… 798 more words

Are You My Supper? Rewriting a Classic

Any parent of a toddler is a connoisseur of children’s books. Some of the books are painful, most are enjoyable, and a few spin magic and become part of the nightly routine. 223 more words


Sugar and Spice and... ANOTHER REBOOT!

I was never actually a fan of PowerPuff Girls – sorry folks.  I was a 17-year-old dude when the show premiered.  It just wasn’t quite on my radar.  190 more words



after work I was picked up and went to meet with my Reimagining friends

we had a lovely dinner of chili and left-over salad and delicious butter pecan tarts… 118 more words