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Water from the icy heart of a river

May taste sweeter than bottled Bisleri’s,

The mountain air caressing the Himalayas

May feel softer than a tepid Savannah breeze, 194 more words

Community Expands and the World Seems Smaller

Monday, August 25

By Janné Grover of Lee’s Summit, Missouri, USA

Praise the Lord, all you nations! Extol him, all you peoples! For great is his steadfast love toward us, and the faithfulness of the Lord endures forever. 585 more words

Blessings Of Community

Race in America: My Reflections on "The Present Crisis"

On Restitution and Absolution

(Reflections on James Russell Lowell’s “The Present Crisis”)


From the cauldron that’s America, now in full rolling boil,
Feel the heat of convolution, smell the stench of bubbling oil. 1,361 more words

National Discussion

That time the Apostle Paul talked about unpresentable parts

I really think there was a twinkle in his eye.  He wasn’t there when they read the letter, so I have to imagine that twinkle, and the corners of his mouth turning up as he grinned to himself thinking about when they would read this. 441 more words

Why do I call myself a Priestess? A Reflection by Priestess Bairavee Balasubramaniam, PhD

It’s a question I’ve been wanting to answer. So I did :) And I hope my reflections on the subject will be of use to others in their journey as well. 70 more words


A Child Cared

Monday, August 11

By Earl Burns of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA

There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear; for fear has to do with punishment, and whoever fears has not reached perfection in love. 454 more words

Unity In Diversity


The song goes like this
Black Americans
The echo of African drums
A long travelling river
Pride itself of having;
Dressed hope nature
Like bright sails on dark sea… 12 more words