Soul Infections

  Soul Infections Have you ever thought about what life was like without all the technological advances and the fast doubling and re-doubling of knowledge? Have you considered how life events shape your attitude and emotions? Why you are upset much of your waking moments? Why good news reawakens your latent capacity for positive behavior? […]

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Naive and/or Wise Observations

Naive and/or Wise Observations A – People who must have their lives constantly validated, politicians, for example, will ultimately become in absentia! B – Politics was created to satisfy Beatific games! C – Many believe that life is really simple, not meant to be so costly and Complicated by politicians. D – Clashing IQs definitely […]

Grains of Time

Grains of Time As young Undaunted men Courting the Pretty Girls, Filling frivolous moments In search of some vague And haunting Realities, Time was not a relative thing.   We Lotus Eaters thought Little about life’s Timeline. For we were going to live Forever in that misty amber World of Mahogany Bars And Tinkling highball […]

Flowers and Fate

Flowers and Fate “Red or yellow roses, Sir?” the older lady in the flower shop asked. The young man in his early thirties smiled and raised his brow. “Now, how did you know it was to be roses, Millie?” He knew her from a name tag. “It’s the body language, young man. Your step, your […]

Reality and Truth

  Reality and Truth – An Imagined Discourse in a Democracy – Socrates – You say ‘the world is not fair’. How is the world not fair? Citizen – There is inequality in so many facets of our lives. Socrates – Why do you think that is so? Citizen – Because the wealthy control our […]

AN ARIZONA TRAGEDY – Book 1 of The Bailey Crane Mystery Series (6)

Buy Sites: Amazon US: http://www.goo.gl/fMt82R Amazon UK: http://www.goo.gl/HTQGo Amazon Worldwide: http://www.authl.it/1sv An Arizona Tragedy The year was 1967. There was exciting news on radio, television, and in the daily papers. Some of the news was reasonably good, some very bad. Vladimir Komarov, a Russian cosmonaut, died as his descending spacecraft got entangled in its parachute […]

A Fanciful Thought

        Two Americans who know how to speak only one language, English, sit at a small sidewalk cafe in Paris, France, sipping latte, watching the people pass and listening to a musical language which they can now miraculously understand. Birds are chirping, dropping momentarily from their flitting maneuvers to pick up a crumb of food. […]