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God's anger

“He is never provoked without reason.  It is evil alone which provokes Him, and necessarily so since God must be (and behave) like God.  If evil did not provoke Him to anger He would forfeit our respect, for He would no longer be God.”

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Spotting the Inconspicuous

Quite a while ago I shared a video with Nikki Auterska, and it was the greatest delight to interview her. What I love most about Nikki is that she “loves what she does”. 584 more words


Consistent communication is important. So is shaking things up.

Consistency can make your brand stand out amidst fierce competition for attention. It matters not if you have limited time and limited budget — we all have those challenges. 286 more words


Rotten: A Provocative Poem

This is a poem to repulse and anger, to convey the brutality and indignity of rape, but what should shock you readers, is that the scariest thing about rape is not its violence, but its commonality. 115 more words


    I’ve always loved reading. I’ve always loved writing my thoughts. Tying them together in some fashion that is close to rhythmic. Now look, I’m not at all good at it but I feel caged if I don’t write my thoughts, especially when they flow so freely at times.

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    Provoke: Photography in Japan between Protest and Performance, 1960–1975

    The Japanese photo magazine, Provoke, appeared for three issues between November 1968 and August 1969 and is regarded as one of the high points of post-war photography. 9 more words


    Pro:voke Touch of Silver shampoo and conditioner review. (Are they any good)

    If you have seen any of my OOTD’S you will know I am in fact a blonde and any fellow blondes out there who dye their hair will know the feeling when you wash out the dye and get those pesky brassy tones. 290 more words