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Are You a Tamed Baby Elephant?

Though initially, this may seem like an eccentric and stretched comparison, in many ways, we share similar psychological traits of wild elephants. This idea occurred to me as I listened to a podcast entitled EntreLeadership. 591 more words


© Free Spirit

Apparently you can try & try to control me,
Change my perception,will feel if something wrong.
Create your game, play, hide, manipulate & deceive.
Once my heart will take me to the place I belong. 84 more words


BLOG #4: Histories of Enslavement in the Maritime Atlantic

Histories of Enslavement in the Maritime Atlantic: Slave Labour; the Halifax Royal Naval Dockyard; the Naval Depot at St. George’s, Bermuda; and Shipbuilding in Bermuda and Grand Turk Island… 2,700 more words

In sights

Sad hooded eyes

Look me over,

Stare into me,

Searching my soul

For empathy,

A kindred spark,


That we are one.

Lives held sacred,

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Dance, Puppet, Dance!

I loved going to the circus as kid. My dad always got us front row seats, and we cheered in admiration at the elephants standing on their hind legs, clapped with glee at the monkeys doing tricks and jumped out of our seats in haste when it was time for the horse rides. 499 more words


April 21 - Be Strong and Courageous

Acts 8:26-40; Joshua 1-2; Job 21

I always laugh when people talk about my “religion being a crutch.” They imply that following God is for the weak minded who can’t think on their own. 294 more words

Devotional Thoughts

Elder Thaddeus: "The Lord is always waiting for us to unite ourselves with Him in love"

“The Lord is always waiting for us to unite ourselves with Him in love; but instead, we drift further and further away from Him. We know that there can be no life without love. 60 more words

Religious/Theological Reflections