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Journal: Week 2 Post 1

Between museum and site visits this past week, it struck me how many of the ancient artifacts and landmarks of Greece are constantly in some state of transition. 466 more words


Excerpt from Vows and Observances

I started reading Vows and Observances, written by MK Gandhi. The following excerpt is worthwhile pondering:

Ms. Rosa Parks was featured by Time Magazine…

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Your Card for Today: 6 of Wands

For this last day with Tarot of a Moon Gardenwe find another card from the suit of Staffs (0r Wands). In this one, we find a unicorn roaming triumphantly through a wooded area. 272 more words

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Enchafe is the Shakespearean Word Of The Day (04/18/15)

Enchafe (v.)

Enchafe means heat, excite, anger. Enchafe, is cited in William Shakespeare’s play Cymbeline (Cym.IV.ii.174) “Belarius alone says about Arviragus and Guiderus they are as rough their  royal blood end hafed as the rud’st wind.” 13 more words


Tales of Toxic Mushrooms and Dirty Bombs in New York

In my latest piece for WNYC, novelists Jill Ciment and Adam Sternbergh reflect on New York real estate, iconic scary movies, and what it would take to bring the city to a standstill. 36 more words


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Nine of Arrows

The spiritual warrior dedicates their arrows of inspiration by playing the bow as an instrument. The inner oath helps keep one on a balanced footing by dedicating skills to a greater good. 26 more words


Spring 2015 Thesis Defense Reading #1

To celebrate our Spring 2015 Master of Fine Arts degree candidates, the Creative Writing Program presents our Thesis Defense Reading #1 on Friday, April 24 at 7 p.m. 337 more words