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Your thoughts and responses (Article) - 6/18/2008 6:51:53 AM
Excellent Article Robyn... Thanks for sharing... D. Scott Arant www.leadingedegecreations.com

Marriage - how we make that first step the wrong one (Article) - 10/31/2006 9:22:28 AM
Making that first step the wrong one is a simple as roping a heart attack victim in their time of need. In other words, don't ever, ever, EVER do it.

Marriage - how we make that first step the wrong one (Article) - 10/26/2006 5:43:42 PM
informative read

Those Fabulous Pamphlets (Article) - 12/13/2004 3:57:57 PM
This is cute. Reminds me of walking down the strip and downtown in Vegas how it used to be but like you say they all end up on the ground and Vegas decided to clean up the town I don't ever remember hearing anyone ever saying Thank You like you That's really Nice of you. Good For you. So did you go to the dr? hehehehehehe Have a good day and Thank You again Keep Smilin' ! Tracey

Those Fabulous Pamphlets (Article) - 12/10/2004 6:33:39 AM
The first time I ever went to family planning, I looked over all the pamphlets there and was horrified that I might have one or all of those diseases. Thankfully, I had none, but the poking and inserting of foreign objects into the vaginal area made me rethink my stand on even wanting to go on birth control, in order to allow some boy to "go all the way with me". Thanks for the laugh, Robyn. Debbie

Those Fabulous Pamphlets (Article) - 12/8/2004 11:55:44 AM
Robyn, Brochure-itis looms everywhere. You nailed the issue with "we have flyers and pamphlets thrust in our face or our hands on an almost monotonous basis." It's just a job and they probably don't read them anymore than we do. You'd think the company's would get a clue! Thanks for the laugh. I'll watch how I walk all day. Cynthia

The New Yardstick (Article) - 12/7/2003 2:44:42 PM
Oh this is a wonderful article and I can only hope that my hubby to be will be like your friends! ~Nikki~

Why do we always blame other people... (Article) - 10/29/2002 7:21:00 AM
Very well written, but peace at any cost is slavery and that's not an option. You cannot negotiate with those who hate you, just as you cannot talk with someone who's just punched you in the face. There's a difference between chossing peace over aggression and peace over defense. The first does take courage and work - it's easier, when powerful to just try and impose your will on others, choosing negotiation is the harder, more courageous path in that case, but choosing "peace" instead of defense, after you've been attacked is moral and ethical cowardice and rightly results, first in surrender, followed by slavery by the aggressor. // Fine writing despite our disagreements.

Why do we always blame other people... (Article) - 10/29/2002 3:04:06 AM
Admirable and thought-provoking ideas but how many of us, actually believe in this? For judging someone's character and virtues, you dont need grave situations or appalling scenarios. Day-to-day activities can classicly potray a person's intentions and feelings. Secondly, one can only estimate the agony of loss, when he himself endures it with dread and repulsion. But all dont tread the path of forgiveness....they feel that the only medicine of their grief lies in seeing other people suffer and squirm in the same way they did...Thats the only consolidation they want..So, here comes the million dollar question..WHO, amongst us, would take the initiative, of being strong enough to forgive and FORGET? Who will be brave and selfless enough to save others from the anguish that he himself endured? Frankly, I dont think many people fall perfect on that criteria..but then again, you are probably right...Someone's got to do it !

Who am I? (Poetry) - 10/26/2008 8:21:58 AM
Splendidly expressed, Robyn! You've given someone a priceless gift! Perhaps this poem should have been entitled, "Who You Are" or "That's You"

Who am I? (Poetry) - 10/23/2008 2:55:49 PM
Wonderful sentiments, well expressed... Be always safe, Karen

Where does hope lie? (Poetry) - 2/10/2007 2:59:51 PM
Love the deep sense and meaning in your poem. Be true to yourself, speak the truth in season and out of season; least you create spiritual murder.

Where does hope lie? (Poetry) - 8/24/2004 6:26:37 PM
Great positive philosophy, well said

Where does hope lie? (Poetry) - 5/2/2004 4:00:06 PM
simply beautiful,my dear.yes,you are a writer,and i'm so glad that you are,'cuz reading poems like'Where does hope lie?'makes me feel,no,not just feel,but resonate truth!your gift is for sharing,and i thank you for doing so...bless you,autumn

Where does hope lie? (Poetry) - 12/6/2003 9:01:16 AM
Wisdom so wonderfully penned! ~Nikki~

Where does hope lie? (Poetry) - 12/3/2003 11:55:20 PM
wise and well written ...

Where does hope lie? (Poetry) - 12/3/2003 10:25:49 PM
Excellent words to live by...well penned. Allen

Where does hope lie? (Poetry) - 12/3/2003 5:12:49 PM
Acceptance and commitment. Reaction and inaction. A poem to the idea of being proactive, making something of our lives. Thanks, Robyn!

I will still be here... (Poetry) - 9/5/2003 10:35:21 AM
Beautiful expression, and love the final verse of declaration! ~Nikki~

I will still be here... (Poetry) - 9/4/2003 8:37:12 AM
bravo to you!

The walk of life… (Poetry) - 9/4/2003 3:56:04 AM
...because even if life's darkest moments, there are buried treasures under your feet... sometimes you just have to look harder. Great write, Robyn

The walk of life… (Poetry) - 8/29/2003 9:50:24 PM
Wonderful!!! Wise words. Thanks, I enjoyed!

The walk of life… (Poetry) - 8/29/2003 11:45:23 AM
Carpe Diem! This contains all the elements of truly excellent prose. the past is dead, the future not promised... we only have the now to enjoy. Candida

The walk of life… (Poetry) - 8/28/2003 10:42:13 PM
Excellent message in this write. ~Z~

The walk of life… (Poetry) - 8/28/2003 10:42:08 PM
Profound! A write of wisdom. I always tell youngsters, if your 12 act 12 and enjoy it, you'll never be that age again!

The walk of life… (Poetry) - 8/28/2003 10:00:14 PM
When taking these steps, it seems we've become so concerned with what kind of shoes we are wearing that we've forgotten where we've been, aren't aware of where we are, and have no idea where we're going. Thanks for the wake-up call. -James

The walk of life… (Poetry) - 8/28/2003 9:46:07 PM
I loved this! Accept the moment, good or bad. There's always a lesson there. Bonnie

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