"The graceful life is just a matter of the path you choose."
That, my friends, is the goal for this chapter of my life. And, yes, maybe I'll throw in a 3/4 movement and then a heavy guitar/horn breakdown while I do it, too.
Saya mengatakan pada Uti untuk berkunjung ke rumahnya dan ternyata saya disambut hangat tidak hanya oleh orang tuanya, tetapi juga kakak adik dan om/tantenya.
We hope it will go live sometime next week.
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This day we let freedom ring.
We remember our past & prices
paid for all peoples to be free.
We remember that it is in freedom
that we can love our fellow man.
We remember that it is in freedom
that we can bring goodness & hope
to one another.
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"VANILLA GRASS" is the story of John Carrows, a Vietnam Vet with PT... Read more of this blog post »
Editor’s Note: This is the fourth story in a series about the unprecedented dependence Americans have on their federal government. The first story shows how the food-stamp program has doubled under President Obama, as it did under President George W. Bush. The second story reports the strain o...
old video games are beautiful art hehee/// as of krugman i didnt read his blog icannot comment about it. as far as i know there is not a single occasion where austerity helped. it is a narrow measure on a broad thing like hte eco...Read more of this blog post »
Happy American Independence Day, my friends!
This year, I once more contributed to the Pink Shades of Words anthology, which benefits breast cancer research. This project is fronted by an amazing woman named Glorya Hidalgo who puts together the anthology (along with a lot of other projects) each y...Read more of this blog post »
Elk? Or caribou? Either way magnificent
Day eighteen in Jasper National Park, I slept in as Mike sneaked out for his morning recon mission exploring, fishing, and possibly taking a photography boat tour. I just wanted to be in one place for awhile. After I got up I went into the lobby to use the...Read more of this blog post »
In order for me to teach this Bible study, God had to teach me. Completing this book has been a personal spiritual journey, battle, and awake... Read more of this blog post »
It’s been a good thing, but now it’s time to get this book to a reasonable price. That will probably happen before the end...Read more of this blog post »
Oh, no! Not the subjunctive again! If you ever studied a European language, you may recall with horror your teacher trying–badly–to explain it to you. He she probably told you English doesn’t have a subjunctive. Worse yet, he or she never really put a finger on what it was and what its purpose wa...Read more of this blog post »
I have such a love/hate relationship with this book. For one, it’s full of twice-used ideas. Everything you find inside Lisey’s Story is taken part and parcel from other King novels. The idea of being haunted by a spouse and one half of the marriage being an author is Bag of Bones to a...Read more of this blog post »
A long time ago I used to think that my youth was to blame for failing to understand my wives. No longer can I use that excuse, because I know all too well, there is no youth in me anymore. Which leaves me as baffled as ever, especially when it comes to the one woman I adore: Bathsheba.When I cat... Read more of this blog post »
Antigone is mere particle of dust,
Burying a piece of dust thou art.
In our religion we do not bury it.
We only burn it with a holy water
Walking thrice with a pot of holes.
Anyone is Antigone dust particle.
Anyone walks thrice with the pot .
She wants dust buried in honour.
Otherwise the blind prophet s...
One of the joys I get from working as an author and as an educator is that I am able to impart knowledge, wisdom, and sound advice to young people on a daily basis. In a recent “session” with my students, I had the opportunity to use one of my favorite analogies for perseverance – being refined l...Read more of this blog post »
This week's story is KC inspired:
SAFE She could hear it... Read more of this blog post »
I have chills thinking about those of you who will receive your copy of my new chapbook this week. When I was younger, my favorite book was The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath. I remember feeling so connected to her words, I would read the book close to my face and fall asleep holding it to my chest. As...Read more of this blog post »
…and happy Hot Guy Saturday to everyone not in America ;)
Image source: dnamagazine.tumblr.com/
(Ironically, with my favorite Canadian, Nick Bateman)
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Barisan panjang biksu berjubah warna jingga dan berjalan tanpa alas kaki, menjadi pemandangan menarik yang mengawali pagi hari di kota Luang Prabang, Laos utara.
Para rohaniwan Buddha itu melakukan ritual Tak Bat, upacara pengumpulan sumbangan yang menjadi tradisi aliran Buddha Theravada sejak be... Read more of this blog post »
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Happy 4th of July!
Originally posted on MUSETRACKS:
MuseTracks wishes you afun and safe holiday. And for our friends abroad, happy Saturday!
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Disturbing things are happening on the internet. tl;dr: A teen on tumblr called John Green creepy, someone else demanded he defend himself against accusations of harassment/abuse, he got upset, his friends and other writers jumped in to defend him and, in some cases, remind teens that publicly sa...Read more of this blog post »
Happy Independence Day. To celebrate, I’m taking my first steps away from you. My first book to make the parting of the ways official isSaturday Love,which is the first of my books to come free of the Kindle Select program.
I’m looking at other ways to makeSaturday Loveavailable across...Read more of this blog post »
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One of my first writing gigs was a column on BOOK CLUBS for Skirt!
(a regional magazine, and yes, that exclamation point i... Read more of this blog post »
They call her the Queen of the Outcasts. Maviah, a woman whose fate was sealed on her birth by this world-unwanted, illegitimate, female, a slave-subject to the whims of all. But then she met a man named Yeshua who opened her eyes. She found strength in his words, peace from the brutal word aroun...Read more of this blog post »
Last year, I stayed in my bedroom community in No... Read more of this blog post »
What does it mean to be strong and to do exploits? Is it simply an adventure? Like one of David’s mighty men? These men were crazy awesome, right out of the heroes from The Lord of the Rings or The Hobbit.
I lo...Read more of this blog post »
The book giveaway for A Splash of Kindness is now complete. Congratulations to the winners! The books have been sent out. For the US winners the books should take 7-10 days to arrive. Outside of the US will be longer.
When you have finished the book, you may want to go to my website h... Read more of this blog post »
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