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Sermon IV (b)

Blessings and Curses

Point Three and waxing,

Look South and upon high,

The Moon in all its glory,

Sailing through the sky.

Almost at its fullest, 256 more words

Poetry

Rx: Sabbath

Today, Saturday, I resolved to avoid anything beyond my own un-amplified perception: Everything that is media in its commercial sameness and insensate iterations of horrendous worldly violence, pathos, warfare, or famine in the name of gods, nations, and dogmas. 619 more words

Philosophical Essays

Sixty Minute Reads

Sixty.  The number.  It’s awesome, right?

Science.  Mathematics.  Religion.  Sixty is all over it.

Sports.  Technology.  Speed.  Sixty be here, sixty be there.

But, of course, we recognize it most in reference to time.   368 more words

Publishing

Psst...Want to buy a Babylonian tablet?

William Catter kept an antiquities shop in Great Russell Street, close to the British Museum. He employed a young lad named Frederick Franklin as a clerk and at some point in 1889 Catter began to notice some of his possessions had gone missing. 272 more words

What if people treated cats like ancient cultures

These two cats are recognisably the same kind of cat, with several similar characteristics. I therefore conclude they are the same cat, with different names. 147 more words

Ancient History

The Silver Coin

Book 3 of the Ancient Elements series is now in its final editing stage! The above pic is one of the illustrations in the book by my wonderful illustrator, … 417 more words

Books

// Di'Cor, Artisan Fantasy, Unkindness and Tres Chic //

Sometimes I do enjoy the feel of masculine touch on my decor. Especially if I am working with something very close to nature like wood, natural timber, dark colors, earth stone, rusty metal etc. 149 more words

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