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124 A Little G&T

In 2006 I met a wonderful woman in central Pennsylvania named Zele. We were working on some shows together and she introduced me to what is now my favorite summer drink: the gin and tonic. 104 more words

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  • Still working my way through marketing our upcoming workshops and had an impromptu meeting in which we discussed the handover of projects once my internship is complete…
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Diary

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  • Still working my way through marketing our upcoming workshops and had an impromptu meeting in which we discussed the handover of projects once my internship is complete…
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Diary

World Wide Disgust, Intolerance and Rebellion against Politicians and Leaders

The world is realizing, thanks to alternative media, that the NWO is destroying everything in a pattern in every country.  Sometimes have been short-sided and think our country is the only one effected by these particular injustices.   275 more words

Future

15 Books That Have Shaped My Soul

Anne Lamott writes in Bird by Bird:

…for some of us, books are as important as almost anything else on earth. What a miracle it is that out of these small, flat, rigid squares of paper unfolds world after world after world, worlds that sing to you, comfort and quiet or excite you.

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Charis

How to Rig a Trotline

Pragmatism has a popular connotation of being practical. The philosophical tradition known by the same name seems to ignore that for the most part. What is practical is largely dependent on context, but essentially it has to do with survival skills and meeting basic needs. 860 more words

The Arts

A Novel is Like a Marriage

Novels are like marriages. You have to get into the mood to write them — not because of what writing them is going to be like, but because it’s so sad to end them.

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Writing