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This Is Us: ‘thirtysomething’ reborn?

  Hidden in Plain Sight There is a link connecting these two television series even though they are 30 years apart: Ken Olin. I didn’t start watching “This Is Us” until the second season, in much the same way that … Continue reading

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Humanism: Another Way?

  Evolution versus Creation Dan Brown, in his latest novel, Origin, has done it again. He has taken the questions we all ask ourselves (“Where did we came from?” “Where are we going?”) and spun another tale of suspense and … Continue reading

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Frustration

  I want to hold you so near That we become only one, But something has come between: A feeling of unloved fear That you’d like to ignore, shun; Blind thoughts of what might have been.   Our relationship’s futile, … Continue reading

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Marriage

  Let’s face it, I’m scared; Although I know I could have fared Better the first time if I’d been With someone as loving as you: But the trepidation, that’s unseen By your eyes, is all that I can view. … Continue reading

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Snow as Metaphor

  Disney’s Frozen Can you believe it’s been four years already since the greatest grossing animated movie was released by Disney? It was on television last night, and I just had to watch it again to see if it still … Continue reading

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Initially: Our Love

  Caressing Her Rear Is So Temptingly Orgasmic Perhaps He Either Requires   Three Hands Or Really Passionate Eyes   Lovingly Ogling Very Erotically Sensual   Skin Undeniably Sexy And Nicely   Bouncing Under Naughty Knickers Endlessly Rolling.   (written … Continue reading

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How to “Feel”: Sense Without Touching

  Gladiator There’s a scene in the 2000 movie where Maximus is walking through a wheat field. I have always felt that this image represents the ability to sense energy without actually touching it. Quite similar to my experience in … Continue reading

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