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Inner Heart, Outer Reality

peaceful rivers cascading in and out
let the inner sync the outer
let the holy water transpire a still well

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Poetry

Employers – Are You Prepared for New NLRB Election Rules?

On April 14th, the new National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) election rules came into effect, creating a potential headache for employers. Perhaps most critically, the timeline between the initial petition for union election and the election itself may be as short as 13 days, giving employers limited notice of potential union organization and activity. 305 more words

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

Military Theory and the U.S. Civil War (Part 1)

Last week I played spectator to a couple interesting debates on a Civil War round table page on Facebook. An article was posted with the perpetually provocative subject of who the best generals were during the Civil War. 2,153 more words

Military History

What is water without the land?

Water flows down and up a hill
who knows the pain of being still?
Water bursts from the clouds and come down as rain
never shares its journey nor shares its pain. 36 more words

True Union

When I can see myself in you
and when you can see yourself in me
it is in that space of togetherness
that the illusion of separation melts away… 24 more words

Poetry

Alford Sharp: Tennessee's First Family

This week I am writing about Alford Sharp, who was a member of one of the first families of Tennessee.  The Sharps lived in Loy’s Crossroads in Union County, TN.    326 more words

Tennessee