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Twinkles

Twinkles

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From Special Guest Iman Hassad… Throughout my lifetime, I have learned to seek wisdom in what apparently seemed insane, to seek it in the uttered words of the illiterate and in the spontaneous actions of a little child. I have never depreciated the tiny rays of light in hostility. I have always believed in the […]

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In Decline

In Decline

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From American Corespondent Gibbs Burke… While the debate rages over whether or not America should remove the, “under god” from The Pledge of Allegiance, I have a substitution that would fit perfectly, “under government.” Don’t get me wrong I am totally against the removal of, “under god” from The Pledge of Allegiance for two main […]

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The Shifting Sands Of Perspective

The Shifting Sands Of Perspective

From Special Guest Stephen Parise… STOCKHOLM – For the past nine years I have been living in Sweden. In that time I have tried to ‘become’ Swedish and learned that it is impossible. What I mean to become Swedish is be, well, basically be a Swede. I believe you cannot change your cultural background no […]

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Confetti On Manhattan Avenue

Confetti On Manhattan Avenue

From Special Guest Stascia L. Horton… Janek was watching the girl through his window and wondered if he too should pray. He just sat on his bed, head in his hands, angry at the stinging in his eyes and the rock in his throat; angry at his father for ruining his life.  He couldn’t muster […]

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The Life Of Death

The Life Of Death

From Special Guest Patrick Park… It wasn’t a suicide. Kevin Carter didn’t die because of carbon-monoxide poisoning at the fresh age of thirty-three; society completely tore out his small-remaining soul before he took his own body from this world. Who was Kevin Carter and what does this guy and his death have to do with […]

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Move, You Chink!

Move, You Chink!

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From Special Guest Patrick Park… There was that one, preppy white boy who would always have the “balls” to come out of his way to call me a Chink. What is a Chink though? Is it just the general term one human being uses to call upon another human being if that person is Asian? […]

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The Value Of A Moment

The Value Of A Moment

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From Special Guest Stascia Horton… She sighed as she locked the door behind her and made her way down the steep and narrow staircase, while dreading her commute. Riding the train every day had become such a stressful ordeal. Strangers invade her personal space, impose their opinions, stench and filth. A single moment of physical […]

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Shooting Stars

Shooting Stars

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From Special Guest Stascia Lynne Horton… Soaking up into my lungs the sweet aroma of the fresh mountain air and letting the energy from it settle in over my limbs, my eyes did have the grace of catching a most glorious sight, not just once, but twice. Up above as I lifted my head in […]

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Designed Fearless

Designed Fearless

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From Special Guest Iman Assad… I can see life smiling at me and hear its words of love. I am fully present with my body and soul, totally committed to my dreams, not losing a single precious moment, living every instant with dedication and clarity of mind…. I have no doubts, I trust life and […]

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From Sweden With Love

From Sweden With Love

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From Special Guest Stephen Parise…. Yeah, life in Sweden… as a foreigner. I think life in Sweden is pretty good overall. Beautiful people, in designer clothes, living in nice flats; IKEA furniture; free edcuation: ABBA; most families have summer cabins and /or sailing boats; the Midsummer celebration madness; Schnapps; about seven to eight months of […]

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