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Writing with "Assistance"

So what I did last night may come as a shock to all and any who know me–I decided to get drunk.

Why?

Because I wanted to know what it was like. 457 more words

At This Moment.....

“I bloom where I’m planted.” Source Unknown

Recently the Clemson College football coach referenced this quote in a post-game interview. A coach with poetry in his soul. 581 more words

Trump's Benediction Incomplete Without Islam

Like many of you, I watched the Inauguration. The one thing that stood out most to me is the benediction, or blessing, after President Trump took the oath of office. 232 more words

Islam

Parashat Shemot 5777: Leadership in a New Administration

On January 20, 2017, our nation swore in its 45th president. Our nation is set to follow a new stream with a new leader at its helm, hopefully for the better. 1,257 more words

Judaism

Honor Killing and Bible

Reference: Exodus 21:17 New Living Translation
Online Source: http://biblehub.com/exodus/21-17.htm

“Anyone who dishonors father or mother must be put to death”

Reference: Leviticus 20:9 New Living Translation…

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Judaism

Shira Glassman reviews The Dyke and the Dybbuk by Ellen Galford

Ellen Galford’s The Dyke and the Dybbuk is, for only being eighteen years old, fairly iconic and hallowed in the tiny subgenre in which I spend most of my writing time. 843 more words

Lesbrary Reviews

How the Romans Helped Invent Judaism

Next week, I’ll once again explain to my New Testament students that all of first-century Judaism was thoroughly Hellenized, even among those who despised Greco-Roman culture. 64 more words

Wealth Of Egypt