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Gary W. Ritter Gary W. Ritter's blog:

Luke 15:30 – This Son of Yours

We all know the parable of the Prodigal Son.  The younger of two sons demanded his inheritance while his father was still alive and went to a foreign land, where he squandered it.  In his dissolute living he finally realized the foolishness of his actions and how he was wasting his life.  Luke 15:17

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Published on April 16, 2021 05:19
Lainey Miller Lainey Miller's blog:

The Lonely Tree Hill

Hello romance lovers, if you're a fan of soulmates, undying love, and lovers reuniting after being years apart, then do I have the story for you! I'd like to present to you The Lonely Tree Hill, a free short story you can find here. This is the tale of Lycus and Elpis, two children who meet one day

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Published on April 15, 2021 06:32
Kate    Davies Kate Davies's blog:

other people’s stories

On time, memory, and what it means to tell someone else's story.
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Published on April 15, 2021 23:27
Costi W. Hinn Costi W. Hinn's blog:

How Do You Deal With Anxiety?

Yeah, I get it. Anxiety is real. Life gets tough, trials hit, pressure mounts, and our flesh takes over— before we know it, we’re overwhelmed with worry. In fact, that is exactly how the dictionary would define anxiety. 

Thankfully, for those of us who trust in Jesus, we don’t have to wander aimlessl

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Published on April 15, 2021 08:57
Emanuele Pagani Emanuele Pagani's blog:

UFO su Washington: l’avvistamento del 1952

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Nel 1952 vi fu una serie di avvistamenti UFO su Washington. L’Air Force bloccò il proprio investigatore e venne data la colpa alle condizioni metereologiche: un inversione termica. Anche se la spiegazione non piacque a tutti, permise alle segnalazioni di Oggetti Volanti non Ident

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Published on April 16, 2021 01:53
Jonathan Srock Jonathan Srock's blog:

Sharing Life Together

What does it mean to weep with those who weep in Romans 12:15? Paul gets to the application of his letter to the Romans and begins to talk about community expectations. As we live in our faith communities, Christian churches, … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2021 02:00
Scott GK MacLeod Scott GK MacLeod's blog:

Proxima Centauri: 4/17/21 Agenda & News for (open) WUaS Monthly Business Meeting & WUaS Corporation / Press

 


Dear Universitians and friends,

Our open World Univ & Sch monthly business meeting meets on Sat., 4/17/2021 at 9am Pacific Time if you might be interested in joining the hour-long conversation, and here's the 
WUaS Google Meet MBM video conference link - 
meet.google.com/ywy-yfft-awu

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Published on April 15, 2021 16:55
Sonia Ognibene Sonia Ognibene's blog:

“Indovina la parola”/ “Guess the word” n.96

Oggi mi aspetta una giornata piuttosto pesante, ma il mio primo pensiero siete voi! Pronti a indovinare questa novantaseiesima parola nascosta? Anche oggi è un aggettivo.

O _ _ R _ _ _ = sovraccarico, gravato

Buon venerdì 😊

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Published on April 15, 2021 23:08
Michelle Heidenrich Barnes Michelle Heidenrich Barnes's blog:

Filling the Well: Carl Sandburg, Raymond Crowe, and Louis Armstrong

  "Fanny Ellsler in The Shadow Dance"        
 Jerome Robbins Dance Division, NY Public Library

 
Poetry is an echo, asking a shadow to dance.  – Carl Sandburg                                                     Poems by Carl Sandburg
  "What a Wonderful World"
(Shadow Puppetry by Raymond Crowe)
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Published on April 15, 2021 21:30
A.J.  Richmond A.J. Richmond's blog:

WINDSOR CEMETERY TOUR

Have you ever just hopped in the car, picked a direction, and kept driving until you found something worth stopping for? You never know what you’ll stumble across.

The Windsor Cemetery is number 91 on my quest to 1,000 and it wasn’t even on my radar to check out. Join me as I battle the crazy winds

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Published on April 15, 2021 06:00
Yorgos Ntovas Yorgos Ntovas's blog:

All Yorgos Ntovas Books in English and Greek in Patreon

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Published on April 16, 2021 05:09
Laurence King Publishing Laurence King Publishing's blog:

Tarot For All Ages

Elizabeth Haidle is a freelance illustrator based in Portland, Oregon. In addition to creating nonfiction comics and graphic novels, she is also the Art & Editorial director at Illustoria magazine, published by McSweeney’s. Elizabeth tells us more about the Tarot For All Ages project and her inspira
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Published on April 16, 2021 05:15
Vanessa Shields Vanessa Shields's blog:

Poem 105 – Anisoptera & Event tonight!

Anisoptera from Greek – uneven wing

Clothes on the line catching wind in lieu
of the broken dryer
the dragonfly lands on my grey tank top
gripping the neckline like a prehistoric necklace charm

The kids marvel
my mom asserts it’s Nonna
come to visit
I feel a tug in my chest in that
deep place that remind

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Published on April 15, 2021 07:41
Peter Martuneac Peter Martuneac's blog:

A “His Name Was Zach” Prequel?

Surprise, a Thursday post!

Today’s post is prompted by an email I got from Amazon yesterday and I wanted some advice. Amazon is starting something called Kindle Vella, a new reading service where authors can publish serialized stories one episode at a time and get paid.

I actually really like this ide

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Published on April 15, 2021 06:30
Julia Brannan Julia Brannan's blog:

Education in the 18th Century – Boys

Many fathers of boys in the eighteenth century considered it  vital to remove their sons from his mother’s exclusive influence at a relatively young age, as it was believed that otherwise […]

The post Education in the 18th Century – Boys appeared first on Julia Brannan.

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Published on April 15, 2021 08:00
Amy Andrychowicz Amy Andrychowicz's blog:

21 Of The Best Plants & Flowers For Attracting Bees

If you want to attract bees to your flower beds, then it’s important to choose the right types of plants. In this list, you will find my top picks for the best bee plants that are sure to keep these important pollinators coming back for more. If you want to add tons of bee plantsContinue Reading

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Published on April 15, 2021 09:00
Savanna Esker Savanna Esker's blog:

Walled off Forest

For years, it was said that creatures roam the forest, the kids in town would dare each other to enter. Not many made it out!

One little girl that made it told of such horror that the forest was walled up. Distant screams can be heard to this day. 

Molly, who heard of these stories, would stand at the

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Published on April 15, 2021 10:00
Erik Karlberg Erik Karlberg's blog:

Betraktelser från äventyr i Jordanien 2018

Amman, augusti 2018Betraktelser från äventyr i Jordanien 2018

Blir upplockad efter midnatt på flygplatsen av en chaufför med mitt namn på en lapp. Vi åker genom nattens Amman med tael, tael spelandes från Youtube. Glest på vägarna och Ammans kullar tornar sig bredvid och under oss. En sen incheckning på Sydney Hotel med tydliga instruktioner

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Published on April 09, 2021 11:38
Zaid Ismail Zaid Ismail's blog:

Soul food

The physical form demands fulfilment, while the soul demands peace. Too often, we mistake the fulfilment of our physical needs to be soul food, and we neglect our soul. As this soul food grows familiar, we seek ever more creative ways to get that fulfilment leading us further into indulgence, and aw

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Published on April 15, 2021 21:00
Sandra Meaders Sandra Meaders's blog:

Crown of Rosemund Blog Tour, Review, Author Interview and Giveaway


Anduron, 1498 The king and queen are dead, murdered by one who will stop at nothing to rule. But the young princess—Rosemund—has survived, spirited deep into the forest by her parents’ most trusted advisor. There, she finds refuge in a small cottage and a new life, one in which she must play a r Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 15, 2021 08:09
Annamaria Bosco Annamaria Bosco's blog:

Segnalazione: Certe notti di Simonetta Ronco

 



● Certe notti

2021, Aracne Editrice, Roma

Romanzo giallo, € 10,00

 

QUARTA DI COPERTINA - Dario Barresi è un commissario della Squadra Mobile di Torino. Bravo nel suo lavoro, stimato dai colleghi, affascinante. Mentre si sta recando in moto a una riunione in Questura, ha un incidente e rim

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Published on April 16, 2021 01:00
Norma Nikutowski Norma Nikutowski's blog:

How to Make New Friends When You are Shy

If you are shy or an introvert you may wonder how to make new friends. Making new friends can be very easy for extroverts who naturally flourish in social environments and like all the attention they receive from others. However when you are an introvert or a shy person, it can be daunting to make [

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Published on April 15, 2021 08:31
Jeremy Jernigan Jeremy Jernigan's blog:

When One Door Closes

The phrase “When one door closes, another opens” has become commonplace in our conversations whenever we experience life change. Many even think it’s a verse in the Bible. We often tweak it to say that “When God closes a door, He opens another.” It’s not actually in the Bible and as far as I can tel

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Published on April 15, 2021 07:28
Roy Goble Roy Goble's blog:

Advent and Angry Bulls

It’s April so you probably aren’t expecting a post about Advent. But in recent months I’ve begun brainstorming about a daily Advent devotional for later this year. And it began with a story about an angry bull.

Last year I found out that July 12 is National Cow Appreciation Day. And no, I don’t real

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Published on April 15, 2021 19:40
Chris Cozen Chris Cozen's blog:

Looking beyond the obvious

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I love playing with photos in various apps.  It makes me look beyond what I see at first glance to the shapes and spaces surrounding me.  When I layer photos it gets even more interesting. Selecting images to layer requires a different way of seeing as well as a willingness to suppress r

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Published on April 29, 2015 09:20
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