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Lies are addictive

They say truth is stranger than fiction

But then it’s also true that lying becomes an addiction

And this my friends is fact not fiction… 58 more words


John 6:24-35 - Becoming the bread of life

The next day, when the people who remained after the feeding of the five thousand saw that neither Jesus nor his disciples were there, they themselves got into the boats and went to Capernaum looking for Jesus. 3,356 more words


Sea mariners

Mariners of the sea

Hardy as they come

Strongest men I’ve ever seen

Braving the oceans

Battling the storms

Days like these at sea are the norm… 44 more words


the feel again

and fields full of worry
so normal
to doubt
the imaginary soul
and all thanksgiving
for breathing
and thinking too much
the mortal way… 31 more words


How to be happy-according to Arthur Schopenhauer

Although the title may seem paradoxical, Arthur Schopenhauer did indeed think that happiness is some kind of attainable entity or state. Nevertheless, his view of happiness seems somewhat skewed. 170 more words


Just Short of Being Russian Election Interference

I was adding some news feeds to Feedly.com that is an adequate substitute for google news (they don’t allow me to get rid of CNN, The Washington Post, and a few other sources that dominate, and found a Russian news page in English that is interesting (besides U.S. 61 more words


Feminine display

She wears clothes that show her style

She has an infectious radiant smile

She glistens in the summer sun

She is happy never glum

For she is beauty she is grace… 82 more words