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My father’s house is a place of chill, where moments become eternity, and when I read for a moment or two suddenly my world opens, my life’s turning stops, and I freely fall through the center of my being here, … Continue reading
Answer by Jim Seidman: In days of yore, most junk food was quite high in naturally occurring fats. When someone ordered a burger, french fries, and a milkshake, all of those were replete with fat. That meant that someone eating … Continue reading
What are important but uncomfortable truths that many people learn when transitioning into adulthood?
Answer by Anonymous: 1) All that talk about integrity is a sham. Folks that get ahead do so by ruthlessly and shamelessly lying, cheating, and stealing to get ahead and stepping on the bodies of the innocent and naive. If … Continue reading
What we learn to see Do you see how slowly, how very carefully this whole immensity has been fashioned? Nothing has been discarded, all have been included, none forgotten or despised, raised up or lowered to be one above or … Continue reading
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