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Vanity Card #46 - The Pursuit of New Reneissance

The older I grow, the more and the merrier I acknowledge the fact that the media and our western culture pushes our understanding of the good life to the brink of personal bankruptcy. 587 more words

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Art Transends

I was disappointed in The Muralist by B. A. Shapiro. Having enjoyed Shapiro’s previous novel, I had high expectations for her latest book.

Set in modern times, the novel is about a young woman named Danielle who works at Christie’s auction house where she discovers paintings hidden on the back of completed works of art which have been submitted for authentication. 109 more words

staring fear in the face

You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, “I have lived through this horror.

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Leontyne Price - American Diva and Aquarian of Representation

Leontyne Price – American Diva and Aquarian of Representation
Honoring Black History Month and the Birthday of an Operatic Legend

To represent.

Quite a challenge when this is being done in the name of one’s school, one’s state, even one’s country. 2,097 more words

Brad Kronen

a letter to you

I want to give some advice to someone special. While some of this is tailored specifically to this person I believe that many people can relate…. 452 more words

Five Eleanor Roosevelt Quotes to Inspire You

As far as I’m concerned, there aren’t many historical figures more inspiring and quotable than Eleanor Roosevelt.  Many remember her only as the wife of FDR (my favorite president, by the way), but she was so much more.   357 more words

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“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”
― Eleanor Roosevelt

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