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So Tortured

I believe

There are people

Who live so tortured in their hearts,

Their souls and their thoughts

That they cannot grasp

Or hold on

Within their very own world. 41 more words

Life Chatter

Paws to Remember

Pets are beloved members of our families. When they die, we feel a significant and even traumatic loss. My sister recently felt this loss. She had to say good-bye to her sweet, gentle companion named Lydia. 274 more words



Our ability to put ourselves in the other person’s shoes is called empathy. It is easier to define than practise. While most of us sympathise with many situations, it may be much more difficult to empathise. 525 more words

What I listen to atm (Jung Joon Young Special)

  1. Jung Joon Young’s Amy

I have been playing this in the car, and listening to it as I walk from one class to another, and at night before I fall asleep.  120 more words



St. John would like to extend heartfelt condolences to Deaconess Wanda Jones and Family as they mourn the loss of her brother, Clyde Hodge of Fort Worth, Texas.  6 more words


Book Review: The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

I have a beautiful story to tell you about. If you have not yet had the chance to read it, however, this review contains spoilers. Be forewarned and continue reading at your own risk.  1,280 more words

Book Review

Are terrorists humans? 

Yes, they are but they kill humanity in inhumane ways.It’s a mistake to simply label terrorists as “evil” or psychologically deranged – in fact, psychologists who have studied terrorist groups have found that terrorists tend to be stable individuals, not paranoid or delusional. 225 more words