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My Favorite Batman Story

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To me, this is a great Batman tale because it has everything I like and want in a Batman comic: action, mystery, and the quintessential Batman traits – humanity, courage, determination, willpower, intelligence, knowledge, resourcefulness, self-sacrifice, and never giving up. 848 more words


Tchalaï: How to Work with the Tarot

How to Work with the Tarot

Tchalaï Unger

The Tarot is to be looked at, contemplated, lived, and experienced. First of all, on the ocular level. 757 more words


Thursday photo prompt: Clouded #writephoto

Welcome to this week’s #writephoto prompt!

You can find all last week’s entries in the weekly round-up, which was published earlier today.

Throughout the week, I will feature as many of the responses here on the Daily Echo as time and space allows, usually in the order in which they are submitted. 308 more words


Photo prompt round-up: Fantasy #writephoto

Manifested dream

The shores of reality

Painted in pastels

Masked facade of fantasy

Reveals the dreamer’s laughter


The photo for this week’s prompt was taken at… 557 more words


Mushishi Episode 8 Analysis

Episode 8 is also pretty straightforward, so here are my thoughts in point form.

Featured Mushi for this episode is the Umisen-Yamasen (lit. sea one thousand- mountain one thousand). 255 more words


The Gift of a Pineapple

North Bend, Ohio, is where the tomb of William Henry Harrison is located across from the Congressional Green Cemetery which draws the odd history buff to its grounds in search of the ninth president’s grave.  641 more words



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Each good intention
You put forth
Is another brick laid
On your road of good intentions
Some call it the path to hell
But sometimes, it looks like heaven