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Wie boven de verschillen uitstijgt, ziet de eenheid en handelt ernaar... Knipselkrant.
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Every great sage has maintained that it is impossible to impart wisdom. And it is wisdom we need, not more knowledge or even "better" knowledge. We need wisdom of life, which is a kind of knowledge that only initiates have thus far been known to possess. — Henry Miller
Economics, ships, money, and oil...
Aging, Caregiving, Dying, and Recovering Joy
The Real Alternative
Creative Writing, Poetry, Rhythm, Rhyme, and Short Stories about Monster, Miracles, Heroes, Memoir, Miscellanies
You are a miracle - Let it happen
Observing this multihued world through my eyes and penning down (not literally) my experiences.
Walking the Road of Faith
Retired, not expired: words from the after(work)life - with occasional music
Where irrationality trumps reason
For bloggers who aspire to inspire
Peace. Tranquility. Insanity.
A blog by Louise Gallagher
Always Learning! I'll probably talk about children's books at some point as well.
the Story within the Story
In 2002, Retinitis Pigmentosa changed my life. This is my story of a slow approach to darkness.
Taking over the world and leaving it ruthlessly alone
Inspirational, motivational and a journey of self-discovery
The musings of a Londoner, now living in Norfolk
open mind art ;)
Ideas and musings from a middle-aged 20 something
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Fiction is the ONLY Reality.
What I've always wanted
This WordPress.com site is Pacific War era information
Random Ramblings and Reviews from Trent P. McDonald
spreading the word on delightful children's literature
Be wise, taste wines and adjusts your boundless hope to the cup of life, which is small. Even as we speak cruel time flees jealous. Harvest the present day, tomorrow is uncertain. Seize the day. Carpe Diem Quam Minimum Credula Postero (Quintus Horatius Flaccus 65–8 b.c.)
I probably shouldn't say this, but...
''Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.'' Benjamin Franklin
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