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darlene-quinn's picture
Feb.27.2014
  In a busy world, finding the time to work on your New Year’s Resolutions can be a daunting, especially while competing with day to day life–an obstacle that we are all too familiar with. So, just how can one find the time to get ahead in 2014? With a new year ahead of us, here are a...
dr-steve-mcswain's picture
Apr.26.2013
The question: Is there a sin God will not forgive? What did Jesus mean by these words? In Mark 3:28-29, Jesus says, “I promise you that any of the sinful things you say or do can be forgiven, no matter how terrible those things are. But if you speak against the Holy Spirit, you can never be...
rosy-cole's picture
Jan.06.2013
  On the Twelfth Day of Christmas, in the very dead of winter, the Epiphany... Random reflections celebrating the paintings of Caspar David Friedrich, whose transcendent luminosity transports us to its source. There are two ways of spreading light; to be the candle or the mirror that...
hasmukh-amathalal's picture
Mar.19.2012
He is down to earth man Best Gujarati politician ever known Carries mission for people and own All the drawbacks even if remained unknown   Right from the days of independence struggle Gujarat has provided leadership without any trouble Gandhi (ji)* by his virtue became father of the nation *...
jessica-kristie's picture
Nov.16.2011
  There was a bleeding that happened,when your hand slipped silently from mine.Narrow brooks lead to an ocean of sunshine –and I never quite got there.I’m always more in the spotted rim of your eye,keeping me from where I ever wanted to be. In a past moment – you had me. The sewn lips and...
ernest-yungsi's picture
Oct.22.2011
Today I am thinking about PROMISES. A promise is a debt. But it doesn't necessarily have to be. I can avoid making it so. When I say I will do something I'd better do it otherwise my credibility will be diminished or even lost completely. However, if there is an unforeseen circumstance that hinders...
meg-philip's picture
Jun.19.2010
We went for dinner, well a light meal really.  I sat and watched as you ate; I wasn't really hungry, but you were.  We spoke as you ate and set the world to rights.  We had cake, paid and then left.  We walked and talked until we reached that central point.  I said no!  We stood among the tourists...
mary-wilkinson's picture
Apr.12.2010
The soil has done its job. Refuelled the flagging spirit, thrown away the stubborn stones and unclogged the weedy veins that are prone to cause havoc and stifle growth.  My nails are a fine testament to the labour of the past days. Black grit fills the gaps that even soapy water will not move  and...
linda-spear's picture
Feb.10.2010
First time I ever thought about freedom was during the civil rights movement of the 60s.  And there was no one who moved me more than Martin Luther King Jr., our iconic civil rights leader.  Never really had reason to consider freedom until his words bore symphonies of his voice into my brain.  I'...