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michelle-ephraim's picture
Feb.12.2010
In honor of Valentine's Day, Everyday Shakespeare has created this quiz for you: What Kind of Shakespearean Lover are YOU? Find out at www.everydayshakespeare.com      
alfred-flatten's picture
Feb.12.2010
        “Joy”…What a cute little word.  In the Christmas story, the angel said “I bring you good news of exceeding joy”! I hope you can experience this exceeding joy like never before. In 1st. Peter 1:3-9  you will read the words “rejoicing” and being filled with an “inexpressible joy”.  ...
karen-sosnoski's picture
Feb.12.2010
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/imperfect-offerings/201002/love-in-the-time-brain-tumors
ethan-woods's picture
Feb.11.2010
I guess it would help to describe myself as both a writer, and a person I'm twenty years old, still have freckles on my nose and a freakish sleep schedule, and my boyfriend i eat like college kids. I try to fit alot of things in one day, which I have found to be both possible and impossible. I have...
lorelyn-dumaug's picture
Feb.11.2010
If there is one thing which to me is essential in the existence of a human being for him to attain fullness of his dignity is FREEDOM.  One of my favorite movies, the "Braveheart" wherein Willam Wallace's life exalted the value of it when he fought for freedom not only for his own but for...
christine-hamm's picture
Feb.10.2010
Late Burial the small sound of an old radio, some music, words I don't understand, a nostalgic howl with lots of brass and acoustic guitar the scene where the car is buried by snow, all the cars are buried in snow, the road just a faint dent the phone ringing, going to voice mail, the phone...
tina-b-tessina's picture
Feb.10.2010
 Love is a confusing word.  We use it to mean obligation: “If you love me you’ll....” We use it for dependency: “I love you, I can’t live without you.”  We use it for ownership: “We’re in love, we belong to each other.” We use it for charity: “I do this for you because I love you.”I want to see...
mary-wilkinson's picture
Feb.10.2010
If freedom had a sound it would be an adagio. And if freedom had a colour it would have to be white. Because freedom rarely screams and it rarely dazzles because it is something earned not easily but quietly, over a period of time. My first encounter with freedom was when I was six years old. My...
eveline-de-bruyn's picture
Feb.09.2010
CELEBRATE LIFE ~Make life matter, taste the wonder of being alive. Get rid of fear and embrace being alive. Fear is lodged in the mind. Release it. Currently we are experiencing a karmic cleansing, a cleansing of the last several thousand years of buildup on the soul.  We are spiritual entities...
sandra-f-carrington-smith's picture
Feb.09.2010
In The Lady or the Tiger? Frank Stockton explores the impact of emotions on human decisions, especially when one must choose between passion and true love. http://www.eastoftheweb.com/short-stories/UBooks/LadyTige.shtml   In the story, a barbaric king chooses to leave justice to divine law and...