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"Adam's Dream" / Muir

Adam’s Dream

They say the first dream Adam our father had
After his agelong daydream in the Garden
When heaven and sun woke in his wakening mind, 1,254 more words

POMEGRANATES Somewhat Longer Verse

"Dreams worth pursuing pass The Underwear Test. They don’t bore us, even after we put in 10,000 hours"

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All the Books I’ve Abandoned So Far This Year

Last year’s abandoned books posts were popular ones – strangely so considering that, instead of giving recommendations like usual, I was instead listing books I’d probably steer you away from. 1,178 more words

Fiction Reviews

Blog Tour: Two Voices, One Story

“[B]eing an adoptive parent is like parenting in Technicolor: everything is just a little more intense. This means the highs can be really high, but it also means that the lows are going to be really low. 806 more words

Nonfiction Reviews

Proust Was a Neuroscientist

Proust Was a Neuroscientist, Jonah Lehrer

Jonah Lehrer’s first book, Proust Was a Neuroscientist aims to make the argument that artists may understand the human condition even better than scientists.  776 more words

Book Reviews

My Phone and My Books

I always write lots of blog posts in December. I like looking-back and summing-up, especially when I think how beneficial it will be in the future, to jog my presently deteriorating memory. 733 more words

Life

Online, social platforms shaming spirals: Out of control?

Out of control? Online shaming spirals

Misused or confused privilege of freedom of expressions?

“Living in America puts us in a bit of a bubble… 3,038 more words

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