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Julian Gallo Explores the Consequences of Leaving It All Behind in His New Novel ‘Breathe’

Julian Gallo Explores the Consequences of Leaving It All Behind in His New Novel ‘Breathe’

“Looking back at ‘Breathe’ I could see that in a way it was a cry for help, a yearning to leave the past behind and move forward towards bigger and better things.” – Julian Gallo “Sometimes you put up walls not to keep people out, but to see who cares enough to break them down.” […]

By January 26, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Alan Rickman 1946-2016

Alan Rickman 1946-2016

It has been a very rough start to the new year, losing so many incredible people so suddenly. Today. a small tribute to Alan Rickman, an actor and director of wit and humor and great intensity. Most young people know him from the Harry Potter films. though one of my favorites has always been “Truly, […]

The Important and Insignificant

The Important and Insignificant

The Important and Insignificant   Important Insignificant Makers of distinctions Determining the rankings Powering up corruption   It’s time for…phasing out ‘Better then’ It’s time for…being inclusive It’s time for…shutting out no one It’s time for…representing everyone   Protect the environment Homes for the homeless Food for the starving Wisdom for the ignorant Empower the […]

Robert Bly: Film Tribute to a Radical

Robert Bly: Film Tribute to a Radical

  Poet Robert Bly, now 89 years old, is a radical, by which I mean he returns to the roots. Haydn Reiss has captured him in his new, moving film “Robert Bly: A Thousand Years of Joy.” Watching the film was a trip down my memory’s lane, dating back to meeting the National Book Award-winning […]

By December 26, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Film View: The Talk

Film View: The Talk

WARNING: Not for young children unless you want an awkward talk with them. “There comes a time in every parent’s life when the harsh reality hits — their child is growing up. And with that realization comes an event, a moment, faced with fear and trepidation, when said parent takes time from their busy day […]

By December 23, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
How To Lie Like a Professional Online Travel Writer

How To Lie Like a Professional Online Travel Writer

“There’s an alternative life waiting and it comes with a beach but you need to have the guts to take that first step because, as everyone is aware, via those inspirational quotes – that first step on the journey to a new life is always the hardest.” Telling lies to get a job I don’t […]

By December 19, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Blessings for Peace: Arthurian Magic and Hawaiian Mysticisms

Blessings for Peace: Arthurian Magic and Hawaiian Mysticisms

Today I’m joined by British author and shaman Gary Plunkett. In his own words, he not only writes about ancient wizards, some even say he is one. Look out for his forthcoming inspiring first novel of a trilogy, set in a picturesque British village pub: The Wizard Who Bought a Round, coming soon on Amazon in […]

Don’t Be A Chump! Media Everywhere Is Lying To You!

Don’t Be A Chump! Media Everywhere Is Lying To You!

Ah, my morning coffee, and a quick check of Facebook. In my stream of media are two thing of interest. One was is a picture of Donald Trump with a quote that states: “Donald Trump said in 1998 that he would one day run as a Republican because they are the “dumbest group of voters, […]

By December 11, 2015 3 Comments Read More →
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