The Nature of Life after Death (Part 1)

The Nature of Life after Death (Part 1)

Death is an enigma to many on earth. People fear it, welcome it and threaten everlasting damnation to name a few options. It has become one of the most emotionally loaded words in our language. Let’s break down death into understandable steps of what really happens....

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The Nature of Life after Death as an Earthbound Spirit (Part2)

The Nature of Life after Death as an Earthbound Spirit (Part2)

When someone dies believing they have sinned, doesn’t deserve or believe in an afterlife, people can hang around earth to use their newfound freedom. It is shocking to die…but basically many experience it as freedom. Most people don’t realize they died right away but...

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You Can Disagree Without Being Disagreeable

You Can Disagree Without Being Disagreeable

America will be mourning the passing of the legendary Chief Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who spent her life championing equal rights for all for a long time. The title of this article is a quote of hers. Throughout her lifetime Ruth Bader Ginsberg fought for...

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Heart and Soul Maintenance

Heart and Soul Maintenance

This pandemic has provided unique problems for everyone. Every mother, father and lover worries about friends and family during trying times. Many hearts have been broken due to the death, gut-wrenching violence on our streets and financial ruin. Poets, authors and...

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Show Hope the Door

Show Hope the Door

Hoping upon hope is despair wasted upon youth. Hoping upon hope is just a form of desperation. Don’t walk into the valley of despair with hope on your sleeve, love in your heart and desperate longing beating in your breast. If you find yourself wandering into the...

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Protests and Peace

Protests and Peace

America is changing and this mural, which was painted in Washington DC on June fifth, 2020 proclaims Black Lives Matter on the street that leads to the White House. Typically, the recent tragic deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery would have been mentioned in the...

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A Parable about Good Fruit and the Seeds of Despair

A Parable about Good Fruit and the Seeds of Despair

  When traveling in the dark let the brightest star guide you. No one stumbles into the night without despair lounging in the shadows. Seek love’s embrace on your journey but do notice illusion’s presence smirking behind you. Keep moving, follow the light and...

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Covid-19: Open Season or Oversight?

Covid-19: Open Season or Oversight?

There seem to be two camps forming in America as to how to address public health concerns and economic recovery. It appears the middle ground has mysteriously disappeared like the seventeen-year locust in this era of partisan politics. The ability to see shades of...

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Monsters and The Dark Night of the Soul

Monsters and The Dark Night of the Soul

Antonio Gramsci, an Italian locked away in a fascist prison in 1929, writing about what he considered to be a new interregnum (the pregnant time between regimes)– a Europe that was tearing itself apart. He anticipated civil unrest, war between nations and repeated...

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