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  • Shells by Dorien Grey 9/3/2015 4:02:20 AM
    Every human being is linked to every other human being by DNA and a myriad of complex commonalities that define us as human. Yet, ultimately, despite all of these links, each of us is on our own when it comes to dealing with the intimidating complex... more

  • The way to get best Copywriting services by Pearl Lopez 9/1/2015 2:31:15 AM
    A copywriter before coming out with contents on a particular product should have prior knowledge about the product or service and then bring it out to the world.... more

  • A Letter From My Father by Dorien Grey 8/31/2015 2:25:10 AM
    My father has been dead 47 years now. Our relationship, as with many fathers and sons, was often contentious, and much of the “blame” I now know, rests with me. I often treated him very badly, though I never doubted for a single moment that he loved ... more

  • Philosophies by Dorien Grey 8/27/2015 2:27:53 AM
    Each of us, as we travel through life, develop our own individual philosophies during the journey, based on an infinitely varied combination of experiences, assumptions/understandings, and our emotional responses to them. They usually develop slowly,... more

  • The Child Within by Dorien Grey 8/24/2015 2:45:06 AM
    When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things. -- Corinthians 13:11 As with so many things, what is true for most people is not necessarily true for... more

  • Eva's Byte #17: Penny Dreadful by Eva Pasco 8/22/2015 1:04:19 AM
    My blog – my turf – my party! Enter and tread at your own risk! I’m singin’ in the rain to the tune of one of Lesley Gore’s greatest hits: It's my blog, and I'll rant if I want to Rant if I want to, Rant if I want to Yo... more

  • "Let's Pretend!" by Dorien Grey 8/17/2015 2:58:49 AM
    Cream of Wheat is so good to eat that we have it every day! We sing this song, it will make us strong, and it makes us shout 'Hooray!' It's good for growing babies and grown-ups too to eat! For all the family's breakfast,... more

  • The Circles of "We" by Dorien Grey 8/13/2015 2:46:59 AM
    This started out simply enough, with the idea for a blog talking about why I've always found the word "we" to be my favorite word in the English language, not for its sound but for its definition. (We: pronoun [ first person plural ] 1. used by a spe... more

  • Loves Park by Dorien Grey 8/10/2015 3:36:20 AM
    I can’t remember much about where I lived…other than the 14-foot trailer in which I recovered from a badly broken leg when I was five…until our house in Loves Park, a small suburb of Rockford, Illinois. We lived on Loves Court, a one-block long stree... more

  • The Forest and the Trees by Dorien Grey 8/6/2015 2:40:18 AM
    How strange it is that the human brain has, essentially, no limits, while being held captive by a physical body that does. We live our entire life within those confines. We are, physically, as separate from others of our species as are the individual... more

  • Let Me Count the Ways by Dorien Grey 8/3/2015 2:51:06 AM
    If you have followed my blogs with any regularity, you have undoubtedly noticed that the majority have a common theme: me; my experiences, my reactions, my responses, my beliefs, my opinions. The answer to any charge of narcissism or egocentrism is s... more

  • Perchance to Dream by Dorien Grey 7/30/2015 3:05:20 AM
    I love dreams. The prospect of dreaming is one of the high points of my going to bed. Last night I woke up with a topic for a fantastic blog, and had the perfect title: “Whither Luxembourg?” It was to be a lighthearted piece (and, as I rec... more

  • Lessons Learned from Walter Palmer and Cecil the Lion by Jane Freund 7/29/2015 4:54:16 PM
    Walter Palmer's killing of Cecil the Lion sparked international outrage. However, lessons can be learned from this incident.... more

  • Moods by Dorien Grey 7/27/2015 2:46:23 AM
    mood, n.: a temporary state of mind or feeling We all experience moods, some more frequently and/or more intensely than others. They are yet another means of providing an overall balance to life. We often call them “mood swings,” though in m... more

  • My Successful Essay Writing by Isabelle Faulkner 7/23/2015 3:53:13 AM
    Lots of students and ex-students know that essay writing is one of the toughest things to do. It should be done right no matter if this is your assigned essay for the class, interesting essays for college admissions or paper for some essay contest... more

  • Sharing Dreams by Dorien Grey 7/23/2015 2:45:24 AM
    There is a trinity of dreams. First are the collective dreams of our race, which guide us toward a better future and urge us to strive to make them come true. That all these dreams have not yet been realized—and may never be—does not deter us from ha... more

  • The Diamond Lady by Dorien Grey 7/20/2015 3:48:05 AM
    Looking back at my 17 years in Los Angeles (1966-1983) brings back a flood of memories of the people I knew there. And I immediately thought of Pat. Pat was one of my favorite people during my Los Angeles days. I first met her while I was wo... more

  • New Publication Available by John Herlihy 7/19/2015 11:48:32 PM
    I take this opportunity to announce the publication of my new book of essays entitled Feathers in the Dust. The sub-title for this book is "Traditional Essays on the Human Condition". I wanted to write on various ideas that play an important role in ... more

  • Remembering by Dorien Grey 7/16/2015 3:08:09 AM
    I'm not sure why I insist on sharing these things with you...I can't expect you to have any interest in someone you never knew. Yet it is precisely because you never knew Bob Combs, my friend of more than 40 years, that I'd introduce you—however peri... more

  • Flashbacks by Dorien Grey 7/13/2015 2:36:48 AM
    For some unknown reason, I awoke this morning having flashbacks of my days (23 years, actually) in Pence, Wisconsin. I moved to Pence from Los Angeles in January of 1983, driving myself in a 24 foot U-Haul towing a second 12-foot trailer behind it. T... more

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Beyond Religion, Volume I, eBook
by Stan Law (aka Stanislaw Kapuscinski)

An Inquiry into the Nature of Being. eBook Edition, Non-fiction, 52 Essays, 240 pages ..  
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