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Weekly Currently

I found a blog post over on Katyupperman’s blog, and I found that it was something that I really wanted to do! It’s a thing called Currently – it informs people of what you’re currently up to… and I thought that it would be a fun little update to do on Wednesdays! 560 more words

Creative WRiting

An urge of a blog

This blog was created two minutes ago by my subconscious, no help needed from me beyond a bit of typing on auto-pilot. I’m pretty sure there is some hidden urge I’m not paying attention to. 30 more words

About The Author

Blood to Dust by L.J.Shen

“Food.” He kicks the sole of my boot. So it is him. Somehow, it makes me feel a little less scared. He didn’t want me here, and didn’t slap me across the face. 730 more words

Book Cover Reveals/New Releases

"Dr.J. Chats About Her New Book" Interview by Crystal Flanagan 

An excerpt from the Interview

The decision to give one’s life to Christ is one that is exhilarating, joyful and full of hope with the desire to embrace and serve God on a higher dimension. 860 more words

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Divorce

I don’t hate you…
I just hate they way you gave up on us and the way you gave up on yourself.
I hate how I was ignored and underappreciated and how even now, it really is no different except I don’t live with you. 186 more words

Humanity

Thinking Makes It So

by Grant Smuts


There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.

–William Shakespeare, ‘Hamlet’

I’ve always rooted for the villains. I know, we’re supposed to cheer for the heroes, triumph of human will and determination and all that, but there’s something about many villains that draw us. 1,118 more words

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An "Unaccompanied" Immigrant's Story in Video

This video, from the Los Angeles Times and featured on Facebook, is a very touching example of what many immigrant/refugee and unaccompanied youth face….day after day, they work, try to get an education, and stay off the radar. 84 more words

Social Studies