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Michael Cupo Michael Cupo's blog:

The Blame Game

Unconsciousness is always supported by unconsciousness and because of the subtleness of this unconscious energy, this results in playing the blame game without the ability to truly look at yourself…

The Conditioned Mind supports unconsciousness and regardless of the spin that’s put on it, this ene... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2019 02:40
Jeffrey Chatham Jeffrey Chatham's blog:

standing too close to the edge: from rooms of just too much...

standing too close to the edge: from rooms of just too much...: some nights its just easier to turn off the light - tiptoe from the room of too much. leave feelings of not enough in the dark. prayers of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2019 21:55
Adam Oster Adam Oster's blog:

Chapter 11: Uh-oh?

“Uh oh?” Adam asked, glancing up at Carl who was currently arguing with Mrs. Picklebottom about how x isn’t a number. “Why uh oh?”





“Because if you aren’t writing this and I’m not writing this, who the heck is writing this?”





“I don’t know,” Adam answered stupidly, as if he even needed to say such a...

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Published on April 24, 2019 08:53
Mariell Øyre Mariell Øyre's blog:

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Published on April 24, 2019 13:55
B. Morris Allen B. Morris Allen's blog:

Beginnings 024 – One Fine Day in Asgard

“Just blow the thing already!” The speaker, a muscular young man in a bright blue tunic with a broad yellow belt, tossed a large hammer impatiently from hand to hand.

One Fine Day in Asgard
Metaphorosis: a collection of stories
Published 22-Jun-2013

About the story: What happens before Ragn...

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Published on April 24, 2019 02:00
Katie Cotugno Katie Cotugno's blog:

April Is


 


Mud season. Pruning the garden back. Taking drastic measures. Trying morning pages. A Felicity rewatch. Buying fewer groceries. A 54-hour long Putumayo playlist. Eating Easter candy. Thinking up traditions. Going to bed early. Putting everything through a sieve and shaking it. Smelling the ra...

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Published on April 24, 2019 04:01
Philippe Izmailov Philippe Izmailov's blog:

30 Min Stress Disorders, Post Traumatic Relief Isochronic Binaural Beats | Healing Rife Frequency

30 Min Stress Disorders, Post Traumatic Relief Isochronic Binaural Beats | Healing Rife Frequency by MindDelt Binaural Beats. The stress disorder falls under … Source: Youtube
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Published on April 25, 2019 01:48
Julie-Allyson Ieron Julie-Allyson Ieron's blog:

Bridge City News - May 29, 2018 - Full Newscast

https://youtu.be/NMhf8xxfEZA

My interview on caregiving begins at time stamp 35:55 and runs through the end of the broadcast. It was a thorough and thought-provoking interview. Hal really "got" the issues related to caregiving and asked heart-felt questions. It's worth watching. If you like what y... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 29, 2018 19:30
G. Derek Adams G. Derek Adams's blog:

X

I’ve been writing about this for ten years.





Every year, on the anniversary, I write something specific. Careful scholars may note there’s nothing two years ago – that’s not true, there is something I just didn’t share it.





I recalled today that I actually started writing about it just hours (minut...

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Published on April 24, 2019 10:35
Jonaira Campagnuolo Jonaira Campagnuolo's blog:


Aquí les comparto otra entrada publicada en STEEMIT.

Y con este artículo llegamos al final del tema sobre las redes sociales para el autor autopublicado.
Ya hemos hablado de los beneficios de FACEBOOK , TWITTER , INSTAGRAM , YOUTUBE y LINKEDIN . Por supuesto, todas en base a MIS experiencias... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2019 06:12
Steven Liebowitz Steven Liebowitz's blog:

Wise Wednesday

Wise Wednesday


Love is Like Water


Water fills whatever hole it finds. It doesn’t say this ditch is too deep or this field too stony. Like water, love covers whatever it touches, renewing and restoring it. Most things break because they resist love’s flow instead of transforming. Love doesn’t ask if...

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Published on April 24, 2019 04:09
Sabrina Garie Sabrina Garie's blog:

38 Awesome Katy Perry Shoes Macys

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Published on April 25, 2019 02:12
David Charles Cain David Charles Cain's blog:

psychopathic devaginations

I had introduced no unearthed characters as yet in the novel. I was still timid. More in love with words than with psychopathic devaginations.


Henry Miller, Nexus

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Published on April 24, 2019 21:00
Donna K. Weaver Donna K. Weaver's blog:

Thought for the Week - April 24th

News First:I finished the first draft of my Camp NaNo project yesterday. Woohoo!

Thought for the Week

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Published on April 24, 2019 04:50
Joy Mutter Joy Mutter's blog:

The Kindle of THE TROUBLE WITH LIAM is FREE on Amazon from 25th-26th April.

The Trouble With Liam by Joy Mutter My latest book, The Trouble With Liam, is a powerful psychological thriller set in Ireland and Sheffield. It tells the life story of Liam O’Sullivan in all its twisted glory. The book begins with tales of Liam’s challenging childhood in Dublin and follows him through tragic events which change... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 02:13
Dean Blake Dean Blake's blog:

KEN’S THE GUY WHO RUINS EVERYONE’S NIGHT BY CHANGING THE SONG EVERY THIRTY SECONDS

We all know Ken. We all know the guy who changes the song every thirty seconds. Let’s stop Ken today.

The post KEN’S THE GUY WHO RUINS EVERYONE’S NIGHT BY CHANGING THE SONG EVERY THIRTY SECONDS appeared first on GENERATION END.

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Published on April 24, 2019 23:15
Karen McCann Karen McCann's blog:

Heraklion, Crete: It's All About the Kindness of Strangers

Picture Our Airbnb hosts took us out for a bite to eat as soon as we arrived. It started off simply enough...
“I have learned my lesson,” I said to Rich. “I am never, ever going to tell another person that I’m a travel writer and we’re on a food tour.”
 
Three hours earlier, we’d arrived in Heraklion, Cre... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2019 07:16
Mima. Mima.'s blog:

Do your books have social commentary?

The world is a hot mess right now so if there ever was a time for social commentary in the arts, this would be it!
I've always been a fan of social commentary in books, movies, television, and music. In fact, for me its an important part of the writing process. I love the idea of planting a few se... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 12, 2019 04:44
Courtney Giardina Courtney Giardina's blog:

Let’s Get Organized! – Planner Download

Does anyone else feel like there is way too much to remember on a daily basis? I can barely remember what I did yesterday, let alone what I need to do today and surely it’s asking a lot for me to remember what is going on in a whole month! So, on top of having a planner that accounts for every ho...

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Published on April 24, 2019 18:30
Robert L. Bogue Robert L. Bogue's blog:

The Windows Universal Platform App Package and App Bundle

Recently as a part of the debugging process, I had to dig into how Windows Universal Apps are deployed so I could ensure that all the assets in my project were being deployed correctly. I thought that it would be easy to find documentation on the process, but it wasn’t. The process inside of Visu...

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Published on April 24, 2019 05:00
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