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Langston Hughes

The struggle of a poet defines their poems.

When analyzing Langston Hughes I realized one key feature. History doesn’t change, it just repeats itself. The hurt, the anger, the anguish that divide his views to an ideal society are as relevant today as they were back then. 73 more words

Day 294 - Ripples



Free speech.


.. if you fit into the ‘right’ groups.

Today is ANZAC Day in Australia – Australia and New Zealand Army Corp. 442 more words

Fear, Anxiety, Depression and the Link to Addiction

As true believers in Christ, we know that the Bible speaks volumes regarding fear, anxiety and depression.  What God says is that they are all demonic spirits that cause oppression if we submit to them. 211 more words


How a person can be deeply Hindu, Muslim, Sikh or Christian and yet be staunchly secular

Though ‘secular’ and ‘religious’ are conceptually related, people differ on the nature of this relationship. 936 more words


Who makes monsters?

We do, partly, through acceptance, encouragement and reinforcement

It’s also actually how we make nice people.

It’s the process of

Clarifying and confirming what is and isn’t acceptable that helps creates and forms patterns of behaviour that is our culture(S). 180 more words

Life In India

ThoughtofWar 2

Could the building of our purpose, be known by only our enemy?  If this is the case, how exactly did this occur?  Are these even the appropriate questions to foster our aim, and intention, with the utmost urgency; however in verily different means?   244 more words



It’s been a while since we’ve spoken.
My hands and pen started buzzing,
Like a druggy needing its latest fix.

A single word triggered within mounds of muscle memory. 104 more words