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밝은 λΉ› Translation

So, you may’ve noticed that last poem I wrote was in a different language. :) I lived in Korea for about a year and a half and got back to America last year. 189 more words

Poetry

Jehovah's Witnesses Answered - clear light

I first addressed the JW’s about a year and a half ago. The pages still get visited by Witnesses who are starting to suspect that everything that the Watchtower society tells them is not true. 643 more words

Apologetics

SIGIHT (Song I'm Glad I Heard Today): Clear Light "Black Roses"

With yesterday’s passing of drummer Dallas Taylor, I thought back to the group that few remember he was in, if anyone remembers at all: Clear Light. 429 more words

CLEAR LIGHT - " Clear light "

Clear Light were a Prime Example of L.A./West Coast psychedelia containing virtually everything one could want in an album from that time period. I still get goose bumps just thinking about this one. 372 more words

MUSIC

Advice from Dakini Niguma

Experience arises like magic.
If you practice like magic
You will awaken like magic
Through the power of faith.

-Sister Niguma

Influx

Clear light

There is beauty there

In that ribbon of clear light

After the storm.

And, of course, there’s always

Swimming for Oscar!

For more lit up skies, please visit: Skywatch.

And Camera Critters.

Skywatch

Classic Singles #52: The Brain Train – Black Roses / Me (1967)

The Brain Train were based in Los Angeles, California and were discovered by Bud Mathis, a Sunset Strip-based song writer and music publisher who had previously been a professional boxer, while they were still known as The Garnerfield Sanitarium (a name given to them by Alan Brackett, bassist of The Peanut Butter Conspiracy, whose singer Sandi Peanut Butter was married to Brain Train guitarist Robbie Robison). 300 more words

Classic Singles