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Beth Shalom

Crucially it tells the story
All should know but still must be told,
Of those who grew not old,
Who fled from fear and intolerance, 136 more words


Just a week shy of my fourth birthday, my family I moved to the small rural town where lived until I graduated from high school. I lived there again briefly after college. 1,111 more words




We see a part of the other in us
and a part of us in the other

DidiArtist, 17.10.2014

Poems & Art

Pride in Marriage

Pride is a sneaky little thing and can find its way into just about any part of your life if you’re not careful. I was wondering how it is that pride can find itself into marriages so easily. 416 more words


Tour America in 4 Hours with Uber

My father drove a city bus for a living. I loved riding in the seat right behind him as we would go around and around the same blocks in our town of 40,000 in Southern Indiana. 595 more words

Aging Wellness

Bake People Cupcakes

This is not a post about actually baking cupcakes.

This is a post about how we share our spiritual beliefs and how we can learn to become tolerant and accurate messengers of our personal faiths. 1,569 more words


Is the right to abort a child with disabilities becoming a duty?

It lasts only two minutes. Titled “Dear Future Mom,” the film features children with Down syndrome from different nations. They speak in…(click here to read the entire article)