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My Own Guilty Conscience

Psalm 95: 8 “Today, if only you would hear his voice, Do not harden your hearts as you did at Meribah, as you did that day at Massah in the wilderness…” 419 more words


Alone ♥

Alone but not lonely,
People think you’re not okay
Silly some think it’s crazy
They do not know how lovely the feeling of being away. 86 more words


Choker (Poem #114)

I slide it over my neck,

Perfect the placement,

one inch lower or a half an inch higher,

it needs to be perfect,

as if the  placement determines the pressure that reminds me to breath. 54 more words


How artists and individuals creatively resisted Emergency

From street plays held in the dead of the night to open rebellion, the story of the cultural resistance to the Emergency is one of many underground movements of artists and individuals.

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Human Rights

Loving Enough to Offend

Why are so many Christians overly careful not to offend people? Did we maybe confuse offending someone with being unloving? Are we not, being filled with the Holy Spirit, able to speak the truth in love – even if some are offended by what we have to say? 1,311 more words

Judgement as an Inner-Alchemy Tool

To do ‘this’ or ‘that’ is to utilize judgement in the process of determination. What is being determined? Each individual is to use judgement as a tool for themselves to create their reality. 967 more words


I've heard

All lives have been lived at one point or another. The question is were you able to learn and gain experience when you’ve encountered a life other than your own. 23 more words