Guest Author Debarati Deb Mitra reminds us that forgiveness and kindness are powerful forces that can transform our lives and lead us to deep joy and inner peace.
Archives for December 2011
I set out to write a novel, but it fractured into episodes. I fought this disintegration for a long time, trying in vain to hold the pieces together, convincing myself that I had failed to live up to my vision. Then one day I realized it wasn’t me, it was the subject that couldn’t hold […]
There are many lies singles believe about singleness. Our culture, with is movies and television, say: #1 Marriage is the Key to Happiness. So untrue! We know there are a lot of unhappy married folks. Many divorced or widowed people do with their singleness what they should have done before they married for the first […]
Macau may have casinos, but it also has a very rich history. Author and photographer Vincent Ross takes us through some of that history illustrated by some beautiful images.
My entire belief system has been altered in the last few days. Breaking out of old belief systems is a matter of breaking old patterns, which is not an easy thing to do. Change your scenery, change your friends, change the position of your furniture, change your diet, change your routines, change your clothes, change […]
JC Scott takes an impactful snap shot of a girl chasing bubbles, leading him to question the actions we take now which will leave an indelible mark on the planet to be inherited by a younger generation.
Guest Author Joey Flowers reminds us that how we deal with our challenges and our rough times is essential to our personal growth.
Food is something every dog has every day. Unless they are ill, there should be no reason for our dogs to turn down any snacks we offer them. But many dog owners claim their dogs won’t work for them for food treats as a reward. How can this be? Dogs are scavengers by nature. Could it be something we humans are doing that puts them off sometimes?
I love the writing of British novelist Kazuo Ishiguro. Of the several novels I have read, The Remains of the Day, the story of a blindly devoted English butler whose misguided loyalty to his profession and to his master have led to a wasted life, is my favourite. The Remains of the Day won the […]
An e-mail from Life As A Human sparks author Michael Lebowitz to create a story allowing him to cleverly avoid doing other work for which he is actually paid.