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Sanity and Grace: In the midst of the devastating super storm in the Philippines.

Sanity and Grace: In the midst of the devastating super storm in the Philippines.

“You lie in wait, And hide from the storm. A temporary state, Until you find somewhere warmer, Somewhere, better. Somewhere, older, finer, wiser. Somewhere.”   Storms have personalities. In parts where it was the strongest, the sound was a high pitched keening sound. A combination of  kettle whistle and flocks of distressed birds.It also reminds […]

By November 12, 2013 5 Comments Read More →
The Body

The Body

One would think that two decades into the twenty-first century, one’s consciousness would have reached a certain point of enlightenment. After all, 250,000 years, give or take, of man wandering the earth, learning everything from how to harvest fire, to hunt, to survive; and after tens of thousands of years of contemplation, education and invention, […]

By November 11, 2013 3 Comments Read More →
Compulsive Songwriting Disorder: What spontaneity sounds like!

Compulsive Songwriting Disorder: What spontaneity sounds like!

I had watched a video of Elizabeth Gilbert talking about creativity being something outside of us and when it comes we need to capture it. Also recorded the track straight away to capture the freshness, so you can hear in the vocals and guitar me still trying to figure where the song is going. Its […]

Bundles of Joy… NOT!!!!!!!

Bundles of Joy… NOT!!!!!!!

The latest round of corporate fraud by big pharma includes vaccine bundling. I have to admit I needed to look it up to investigate because I had no idea what that was about or that it could even happen. It all started when I went to the doctor the other day to get my yearly check-up. […]

By November 3, 2013 11 Comments Read More →
Killing of Teanager Andy Lopez Ignites Latino Community

Killing of Teanager Andy Lopez Ignites Latino Community

SANTA ROSA, Calif. — On the eighth day of mourning and mass protests, hundreds of youths, families and residents marched Wednesday evening to Santa Rosa’s central square to demand justice for the killing last week of 13-year-old Andy Lopez — shot seven times on the street by a sheriff’s deputy who mistook the boy’s airgun […]

Don’t Blame the Cops

Don’t Blame the Cops

  I’m going to be the least popular person in this debate. I’ve already being criticized by my Facebook friends on both the political left and right. Of course both the far right and the far left have a deeply rooted distrust in the government. That is especially true of law enforcement. This past week […]

By October 26, 2013 6 Comments Read More →
Europa – Exploring Emotional and Political Fascism.

Europa – Exploring Emotional and Political Fascism.

An interview with author Julian Gallo. “To me, a writer is a person who writes – meaning – one who has a passion for it and will come to the page with the intention of writing a novel, a short story, a poem, or whatever else. It’s a drive, a need, a compulsion, almost. It’s […]

By October 20, 2013 6 Comments Read More →
The Lost Art of Patience

The Lost Art of Patience

We live in a vast world. We have a variety of opportunities to be a part of greatness but each day too many of us choose to fall short. Why is this so? For years, I’ve tried putting my finger on what is off with the world. I am positive there are many things, but […]

By October 5, 2013 13 Comments Read More →
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