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To correct is better

Even if you hang around someone who thinks it isn’t wrong to steal from their parents (no better than a common thief), correct them, and afterward they will appreciate it more than flattery. 63 more words

Just once

Think of me

Think of me

when the river

burns your feet with the cold,

when your skin is stung

with the strength

of 50 Fahrenheit ripples. 278 more words

Sunday Devotional: Luke 1:1-4

“Inasmuch as many have undertaken to compile a narrative of the things that have been accomplished among us,  just as those who from the beginning were eyewitnesses and ministers of the word have delivered them to us,  it seemed good to me also, having followed all things closely for some time past, to write an orderly account for you, most excellent Theophilus,  that you may have certainty concerning the things you have been taught.” 203 more words


Blind to some things

Prejudice is wrong – so why does even the smallest bribe make us do wrong?

Then there is, what is called, Victim Blindness.

It attempts to shift responsibility for wrongdoing to the victims of it, who, the theory goes, should have known that their actions would inspire the conduct that caused them harm, and thus they should have either avoided doing what sparked the unethical response, or by not doing so waived their right to object to it.

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A short rant

I say short…. I have no idea how long this will be! But it’s on the subject of Christmas. The date is the 29th of November. 402 more words


The Occasional Pain

The memory comes
like a searing pain,
t sparks questions
about what I didn’t gain.

The hollowness feels
like a rotten shaft,
it makes me remember… 123 more words

Bloody Bourbon

I think it is time to take up again the Victims list pages I abandoned from emotional exhaustion, and to pursue another shelved project on the subject; to take it up again as something like chanting prayer, an invocation against that which I chronicle. 13 more words

Toulouse Street