Monthly Archives: September 2014

Kay Ryan

9-27-14 As a writer, or at least as a person who advocates a passion for writing, and as a person who suffers from depression, I find that I am often in need of inspirational stories to keep the flame of … Continue reading

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Autumnal Equinox

9-22-14 Today marks the autumnal equinox in the Northern Hemisphere. So if you are a supremely ignorant and/or self involved small minded creature, this the first day of fall, the point in which the sun is directly above the equator, and the … Continue reading

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Believe it….or not

9-19-14 Truth is stranger than fiction, and because of that it is often disbelieved. On September the 19th in 1940, a Polish soldier named Witold Pilecki allowed himself to be captured by the Nazis. No, he wasn’t stupid, not was he … Continue reading

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JaySee Penneh

9-16-14 Today’s story does not only illustrate that everything important in the 21st century has its roots in the 19th, it also shows some of what we have lost in the name of “corporate efficiency” and  the modern view that … Continue reading

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