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Mt. Vernon Baltimore 26apr16

There’s someplace in the Bible that says fence-sitters are going to Hell. It was primary voting day in Maryland, and I voted for uncommitted. It was the first time I felt bad about voting. 178 more words

Baltimore

Someday, Somewhere in Delhi

This post is being written in the light of some usual-unusual events that occurred recently in Delhi. A fan girl (that’s me) met the man of her day dreams. 469 more words

incumbency charges

It’s getting harder to find a political incumbent who couldn’t be charged with loitering in the office.

Quips

Revealed: More than One in Ten Local Councils Are Moving to Criminalise Homelessness

Local councils across England and Wales are criminalising the homeless. Freedom of Information requests submitted by VICE reveal that powers designed to tackle anti-social behaviour are being used to make activity such as rough sleeping, begging and loitering illegal. 1,018 more words

Barnsley

Purple patch

In the purple patch;
loitering with a purpose –
waiting for nothing.

Words and photo for meditation and reflection by Stephanie Mohan – January 2016

Poetry

melhpine reblogged this on Melting-Pot Dharma and commented:

In the purple patch; loitering with a purpose – waiting for nothing. Beautiful words once again from Stephanie. I share these words with you as I leave for an overnight trip with no loitering for me.

Purple patch

In the purple patch;
loitering with a purpose –
waiting for nothing.

Words and photo for meditation and reflection by Stephanie Mohan – January 2016

Poetry

There’s never enough time to do the entire nothing you want. – Bill Watterson