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In the past, I always pictured me having a rough time socially in high school, being one of the outcasts with a clique of of 2 or 3 other outcasts.   215 more words

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The Untouched

Blood rushing to each one of our fertile extremities

Flesh guiding deep, flowing into one hot flesh soup

A level of clearance only I supersede unto myself… 93 more words

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"Mama's Soul Like The Wind," by fromghost

I wrote the below poem a few months ago when I was reflecting on my mother’s diagnosis several months ago with an untreatable case of Stage 4 Lung Cancer that had spread to the brain and the lymph nodes.   154 more words

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Blog Corrections- Past 7 days beginning September 7th to September 18th (2013)

OMISSION: Post “Why God is Irrelevant, even in Western Religions” (September 9th, 2013

>>>>>>>>>Mistakenly, there is no mention of Islam, Hinduism, or Confucianism.  Although I learned a little bit about these religions in college, my knowledge of Islam, Hinduism, or Confucianism is deep enough to be able to make such statements.   334 more words

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There is Some Work to Get Done

I needed a real reality check on some things. Yesterday I got one at work.  In recent times I have been trying to view work as a desire instead of a need.   489 more words

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A New Awakening in the West...What is it, how and why is it happening?

In the past several years or so there has been a slow but gradual spiritual awakening in the West.  This is especially true with my generation, the Millennial generation.   808 more words

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An Important Realization

I came to an interesting realization today as I was at an event rallying support for gay marriage in the state of New Jersey with a United Church reverend who also volunteered.   715 more words

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