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Night Walker (Poem)

In the cold, dark streets, I wander.
While strolling towards the park, I wonder…
Should I scream out my lungs, or should I not?
Should I try to run with all I’ve got? 305 more words

Writer

Alice Rocks

The cool breeze is picking up and like every fall I am starting to feel a nostalgic wash of comfort, recognition, and excitement wash over me.  997 more words

God Doesn't Care Part II

In saying the God doesn’t care and asking the question, “then why do we?” (Read part I HERE), I am speaking about a specific kind of caring. 526 more words

Inspiration

God Doesn't Care - So Why Do We?

A quick heads up: This blog may trigger you in the area of your attachments.  Please be patient and read through to the end….I promise there’s a happy ending!  907 more words

Surrender

Word

Word to myself from myself: Drop everything. Divest ego’s need for things to be different than they are.

Francis Bacon: “The contemplation of things as they are…is in itself a nobler thing than a whole harvest of inventions.”

Keith Ashford

RSAF concludes 9-day Hurricane Harvey relief operations in Texas

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – The four Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) CH-47 Chinook helicopters deployed to Temple, Texas, for Hurricane Harvey relief operations have completed their mission, the Ministry of Defence said in a statement on Friday (Sept 8). 244 more words

Current Affairs

Of Mountains and Mats

Let’s try something. Just for a moment, picture your solace – the place you feel the most at peace. What does it look like?

When I think of mine, it often features a faraway place, a trail, and perhaps some gentle clouds flitting across distant snow-covered mountains. 888 more words

Adventure