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Disbanded Until Further Notice

Waiting in vain, my blue blood in my narrowing veins, waiting to pump blood red and rich, excelling in this machine once again.

This machine is suspended, disbanded until further notice.. 138 more words

Poetry

Sagan, Sartre, and The Most Important Photograph Ever Taken

This, I believe, is the most important photograph ever taken. If you have not seen it before, this is the image captured by the Voyager 1 space probe on February 14, 1990, just over 30 years ago. 1,102 more words

2020

Darkness, Beckoning

fear begets anger,
uncertainty morphs perception
becoming certain, acting
on rage, blinded-
there is no light,
only grasping hands
clinging to spirits
wounded, afraid-
acting out.

Poetry

The Humanist Philosophy in Perspective

By Fred Edwords

What sort of philosophy is humanism? To listen to its detractors, one would imagine it to be a doctrinaire collection of social goals justified by an arbitrary and dogmatic materialist-atheist worldview. 2,725 more words

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Kintsugi

Kintsugi taught me that broken is gold…how you embrace your flaws are just the gold linings.

Kintsugi is a Japanese art form in which breaks and repairs are treated as part of the object’s history. 31 more words

Thursday morning. Not another blog about advance care planning!

I have been writing about advance care plans for a while.

Not necessarily ‘before they were fashionable’ – trend setting has never been my thing, yet, suffice it to say, for a while. 1,813 more words

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