Category Archives: Inspiration

Repression, A Commentary

Any time a country allows people entrance beyond their borders, ideologies clash. Afraid of the new culture surrounding them, the ideologies embedded in the immigrant’s mind make him fear, and his fear turns to disdainfulness. He segregates himself into a group like himself and begins to idolize what he has left behind in his homeland. …

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Peace

Unlike what most people think, peace doesn’t vegetate at MacDonald, Burger King, Wendy’s or Chic-fil-A. You won’t find it at a German diner, a French Cafe or at an Italian restaurant. Neither does it reside at your most favorite steakhouse, nor is its habitat found at your nearest bar.  Like a kernel as small as …

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Thank You

During my blindside experience, I was not able to write as frequently in any of my blogs as I normally do.  I have to admit here that I am not a blogger that writes every week and, therefore,  was concerned about my extended infrequent appearances. Thus, I was pleasantly surprised when I received an email …

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Caught-On-Your-Blindside

There are times when you wake up and wish you had not.  Nothing hurts; no pain in your body; family, friends, and neighbors are all excelling, and you are looking forward to the day ahead. Even though your day is scheduled so tight that you can hardly breathe, all is well with your world.  Yet, …

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The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 16 – The Grass Rooter

The United States had just entered the third year of the twentieth century when this infant girl opened her eyes in Norfolk, Virginia. The year: 1903 The month: December The Day:  the 13th Little did she know that the quiet soul of one of America’s famous freedom fighters would depart life’s stage nine years, two …

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But It’s Mother’s Day

What do you hear,” the child asked the Prophet, curious to know what was happening below the heavenly atmosphere they lived in, “What do you hear?” “I hear mothers mourning over the lost of their young.” “But it’s Mother’s Day,” the child replied. “Oh, how well I know that,” answered the Prophet. “So tell me …

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A Special Mother’s Day Tribute and the Introduction to the Article, But It’s Mother’s Day

This year’s Mother’s Day article, But It’s Mother’s Day, is a tribute to all those mothers who have lived through the agony of having a child precede them in death.  No mother expects to see her child leave this earth before she does: it is the mother’s heart that dreams of life–long life– for her …

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The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 15 – The Dark Lady, The Unsung Heroine

 What would you do if your recognition and honor were stolen?  How would you react when your research was appropriated for use without your knowledge and permission?  What would you say to those who had violated one of the fundamental laws of the Hippocratic Oath of Science –– Thou shall not steal? 1868,  Benjamin Disraeli …

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Learning From The Past- An Introduction To This Year’s (2013) Walk On Series

Hello Everyone, I would like to thank you for your loyal support of my Walk On Series during the year of 2012.  It is an exhilarating feeling and an emotional high for me when I research the ladies I have chosen to learn about and pass on to you my reader. This is the first …

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Very Inspiring Blogger Award

Hello everyone, A shout goes out to Raani York, http://raaniyork.wordpress.com, for nominating my blog series, The Champions Who Walked Among Us on my Walk On Blog for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. My Walk On series has turned out to be a big faith builder not only for myself, but for others as well. Examining …

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Notes Tied On The Sagebrush

Writing About Life

The Bottom of a Bottle

Trust me, I've been there, I've looked, I've searched and I know now, that there are no answers to be found in the bottom of a bottle or on the edge of a blade! Fighting Hard, Recovering, Rebuilding, REBORN. Moving on from addiction to a new life.

The sea and me

salt of the earth...

Vix stories

Exploring Fiction Writing

Ajoobacats Blog

Eclectic book reviews for readers on the go

Lynette Noni

Embrace The Wonder

Making Believe

A fantasy author's take on Reality

Study. Read. Write.

Studying, blogging, reading and writing with a large cup of coffee nearby

The ToiBox of Words

A look inside the mind of a writer who loves comic books, vinyl records, chocolate, and a good film.

My Antimatter Life

Nissa Annakindt

Megan Morgan

Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, and Erotica--scary, sexy!

WordDreams...

Jacqui Murray's

Nadine Feldman, Author

...on writing, gardening, travel, or whatever else strikes my fancy

My Miracle Life

Brought on by a Stroke of Luck...

A Woman's Wisdom - The Book Blog For Lovers Of The Written Word

A place to discover fabulous storytellers plus book reviews, author interviews, articles and humour.

Jens Thoughts

Writing, Reading and Life

Facing 50 with humour.

"He who laughs...lasts."

Natasha Orme

Writer, Reader & Lover of Words

Serins Sphere

"If you want to change the world, pick up your pen and write" (ML King)

Eclectic Alli

A bit of this, a bit of that, the meandering thoughts of a dreamer.

Romance Under Fire

Feather Stone, Author of Suspense & Romance

Byrdwords' Blog

Hopefully a good read of good old-fashioned stories. Enjoy.

esthernewtonblog

Esther Newton - Writer and Tutor

fictionwriterwithablog

The Rough Draft

Author Silver Rain

Where Romance Never Sleeps

modhukori

Just another WordPress.com site

dSavannah Rambles

plays well with words

The Open Jar

mindfully filled

wordsfromanneli

Thoughts, ideas, and stories.

MidiMike

Songwriter and Sound Engineer

On Books and Writing

Book Reviews by Pat Garcia

Book Reviews & Book Recommendations

Stepheny Forgue Houghtlin

"If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need." Cicero

lilicasplace

Following my Writing Dream

Power Plant Men

True Power Plant Stories

Life's Little Surprises

A look at the little surprises that show up in our lives.

April Bradley

“Let your fiction grow out of the land beneath your feet.” ― Willa Cather

Juggling Writer

Living life through words and balls.

freeze frame fiction

for flights of flash fiction fancy

Course of Mirrors

the phenomenon of reflection

mikesteeden

THE DRIVELLINGS OF TWATTERSLEY FROMAGE

theowlladyblog

Viv Drewa, Indie Author and Blogger

Kaitlin Throgmorton

The Globe Turner

Grover's Manse

Christian. Wife. Homeschooling Mom of One. Crocheter. Soap Maker. Rabid Pittsburgh Steelers Fan. Genealogy Junky. Welcome to My Adventures.

Becca Joyce

Ordinary Times in Extraordinary Circumstances

Daily Echo

Sue Vincent ~ Echoes of Life, Love and Laughter

The Zeit

Your Body, Energy and Mind Blog

The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap

A topnotch WordPress.com site

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