It is no surprise why people have been fascinated with measuring time for decades. It is the thing that gets us through the day. Maybe Bob Dylan was on to something when he warned us “the times they are a…
Most times gun violence happens one side cries about the wasted lives, the senseless tragedy and the other cries about the lost opportunity. If only somebody else had a gun, then the game would have changed. The rules would have…
David A. Estringel's first published book Indelible Fingerprints from Alien Buddha Press contains prose and verse that are reflective of the significant parts of David's life
To tell the story of ourselves to ourselves.To play God.To make the story come out the way we would rather have it rather than the way it was.To have something you can do in your underwear and without having to…
Me, Myself and I is a celebration of individuality and self-love. The theme allows us to pause and reflect on our achievements, defeats and on-going conquest to self-understanding.
The hardest part in being alive is that it requires us to be more than who we are. We are called to look, not only to the surface, but pass every strand of prejudice in every person.
Now, we walk away from treaties. We stop honoring commitments. We are going to show the world how an arms race is won. Nobody wins an arms race.
Each submission has been carefully curated to provide both writers and readers a melancholic and grim feel as a stark contrast to February's otherwise cheery atmosphere.
I’m sure there are people who hate Google, and I can live with that. I don’t know much about Google. I do “google” things but mostly I use Safari or Microsoft Edge. I still call it “googling.”
We recently bought two Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf journals and we are itching to give the first one away for free. All you have to do is to accomplish a small list of tasks.
Exemplification of who we are is important for connecting to Joy. Nobelia.org Self-Discovery Project
This is the change we deserved. We deserve every scum in the government by being scums ourselves.