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One Way Out of the Past Is Returning Inside It

The memes all hammer escaping the past. Only then, goes the party line, will the aging be able to live fully in the present.

Those may be wrong, at least for some of us. 359 more words

Starting Over

Life is Short

Guest Post: Karol Ann Hoffman, COO AvKARE

We all take for granted that we will be around for the next event we have scheduled in the coming weeks or months, but that is not always the case. 305 more words

Life

On Pain and Anger

“It’s a waste of energy to be angry with a man who behaves badly, just as it is to be angry with a car that won’t go.” – 243 more words
Thoughts

riding with you

Yesterday, while I was on Facebook in my usual love/hate Facebook angst, a friend shared a video which reminded me of a song I had forgotten about, that was released this year. 271 more words

Prose

Your Day

                 My son,
               at peace,
            in Middle East,
    hoping       this        day
    went         your        way.
    Frowny       face     fading,
             the day, you
              left, your
                  way.
                                        
Poetry

Attachments

ATTACHMENTS

You rarely notice how attached you are to something until it is no longer around you. As you go through life, you begin to build a number of attachments around you that make you feel safe/comfortable. 519 more words

This fragile, passing beauty...Remembrance hymn

On the 1st September 1939, 80 years ago, the Second World War began. Germany invaded Poland; with the United Kingdom and France declaring war on Germany two days later… 184 more words

Hymns