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Values to be Cherished: A Three Dog Life

A Three Dog Life is an  autobiographical narrative of Abigail Thomas (1) who has penned an open diary  in her middle-to-mature years. It is startlingly honest and it expresses emotions with rare authenticity. 516 more words

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Once More: There Is No Them; There's Only Us

In the wake of the past week, I wish to re-publish this essay and request your attention and consideration.

If I have your attention, let me clearly state that I do not wish to obtain  a wholesale swap of the reader’s convictions to what you may believe are mine. 740 more words

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Insomnia? Turn Off the Screens, Read and Sleep!

Insomnia is at epidemic proportions across America!  It is reported that those who fail to get enough sleep have many serious problems. Most need seven hours a night; few get it.   705 more words

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Mother & Child Are Linked At The Cellular Level

Today is my youngest child’s birthday. As my mother used to tell me, we always carry our children in our hearts. I know this is true emotionally. 640 more words


clanton1934 reblogged this on charles rogers home page and commented:

A vey interesting post to parents.

There is a Force Driving Life

For thousands of years, perhaps tens of thousands, humans have been aware of their mortality and have obsessed with and have passed down the most serious narratives about the origins and purposes of life. 1,092 more words

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The Idea of Tolerance in Our Constituion

We, the people of The United States of 2015, must defend the principles which have permitted us and our children to live in a functioning free nation, None of these principles is greater than that of… 533 more words

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Just. Keep. Writing.

Hey there, lovelies!

I know it’s been awhile since I posted. I’ve spent the last few months buried under deadlines and finishing up coursework–so far this year I’ve gone to grad school, and written and edited THREE books, all coming out next year–and getting ready to head back to Nashville. 643 more words

clanton1934 reblogged this on charles rogers home page and commented:

When you think you can't write - when you think you have nothing of value to say - when you've got "the block" - sit down at your keyboard and put a word, any word, on to your screen! Another word will come. Make a subject and a verb, an object, perhaps an adjective as well. You can erase it and try again.  If you like don"t like these words. there are ten thousand more in your head which you haven't tried yet. Be like Thomas Edison trying to finding the right filament for his light bulb.  Do this for ten minutes and if you let go and step right over "the Resistance", your fingers will write a story for you, just get out of your own way.