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Mint Moments - Safari Specials #34

“Illusion is sometimes the best disguise when it comes to Halloween in Safariland.” (© Lotti Leibnitz)

“Manchmal ist die Illusion die beste Halloween-Verkleidung.​” (© Lotti Leibnitz) 43 more words


On Reporting Truth to Power: George Neumayr, the McCarrick Mess, and Where Is Everybody?

A friend who is a priest recently wrote me. I had shared an article by George Neumayr on my socials. This friend laid out a very thoughtful rebuke of this particular article. 563 more words


Shadow Dancer

Is waking reality all it seems

Does Truth lie within your dreams?

 In your thoughts and in your head

The Shadow Dancer in your bed… 40 more words

Which is the best thought of the day?

We are living in the year 2018, so many people would have lived before us. Think about the awesome journeys they would have lived.

Everyone tries to find the meaning of life. 524 more words

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I’m closing doors to open windows

Choosing new avenues

Walking on my own two feet

Stumbling my way through.

Falling foward

Pushing on

Windows become smaller… 9 more words


Ranting of an insomniac

And the thoughts go on and on and on.You are supposed to stop, you are supposed to sleep.But turning countless times on your bed is apparently not a secret formula to sleep.Why are nights the toughest?Why is night the time you over think the most?Why can’t nights just be as peaceful as they used to be?But then it’s a love hate relationship.Because night is also the time stars and moon come out.And my God,there is nothing as spectacular as gazing at stars at 2 in the morning.Ah the peace,the quietness,the stillness!But then you tug into your bed and again the thoughts and never ending questions starts. 849 more words

What's in a tagline (Part 2): Changing my blog's identity AGAIN

Welcome to KatherineWikoff.com, version 3.0. Today marks the launch of a new tagline for my blog’s “identity,” and I think I’ve FINALLY found something that fits. 449 more words

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