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Lawrance G Lux

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· Forms of Taxation

· In Search of the Perfect Economic Matrix

· Budget Considerations

· Terrorism, Ethics, and Modern Society

· Inflation: Roots of Evil


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· Space Mercenaries

· The Christmas Season

· Slawn Green of Bellowed Wood--Unedited much

· Parable

· Work Station Mechanics

· Economic Forces Preface


· The Coming Political Campaign

· Benefits of Trade

· Tax Cuts

· The Gap Between Bush Claims and Reality

· Bush Economic Policy

· Understanding the Productive Process

· Consumer Demand

· The Toothless Carnivore

· Foul Wind Blows

· Conceit

· The Laughter of Life

· Here Stands the Devil

· Name the Risk

· Dark Moments

· The Land Alone

· Thought

· Land That I Love

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  The Trail Ends Here
by Lawrance G Lux
Sunday, November 08, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.

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Philosophy for Life

Laying on a cold hospital bed

Wondering How the years had passed,

Regrets–there are actually None

Though Everyone asserts that there should be.

Would I tell the kids anything?

I don’t think I will,

The kids must make their own Heaven or Hell,

It is all a matter of personal choice,

And must be created by identity.

What would I leave to prosperity?

Only the Thought that Death does not scare me;

I still curse old enemies,

And cherish the friends once had.

Advice would be simple;

Never give into them--either kind

As the result will only destroy you!

Every fight you have starts easy,

Almost without Notice of point of origin;

But every Fight lasts for Life.

Defeated enemies are always replaced

By Others of like nature.

Friends get substituted as well;

Though without the original loyalty.

Cherish your Youth in full measure,

Because Age only means more Dependents;

The later destined to suck you dry.

Simply hope that you do not lie in the Coffin,

Cursing that which you had not did;

The Trail ending here. lgl

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Reviewed by Eugene Williams
compiling and heart felt a great write
Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen
Sweetly sad and calming, Lawrance, all Trails end, in what manner depends on the traveler. I wish you well, in old endings and new beginnings and futured trails.

Erin Elizabeth Kelly-Moen
Reviewed by John Bidwell
Wise thoughts, well put.

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