As humans tend to take down fences and link hands during a time of strife, so does Mother Nature. Some species are reputed to be so spiritually and telepathically advanced, we can only stand in awe at a miracle of gathering of one of nature’s tiniest subjects in the struggle to survive.
Can we dramatically alter our future by changing our way of thinking and exploring other worlds to help open our minds? Can we possibly find peace and even save our own lives?
As in “Objects in the mirror may appear closer than they are”, rental kayaks should also come with the warning: “Cockpits may appear larger than they actually are. Small kayaks rented to middle aged women for the sole purpose of entertaining the staff. Thank you for your cooperation.”
A steep learning curve for the author results in life-saving techniques for learning how to let go of a loved-one’s self-destruction.
Author Wanda Lambeth wonders if she helped her father’s death be easier for him and tries to cope with being an adult orphan facing her own fragile mortality.
We are now approximately 5 months away from the most-watched date in history – December 21, 2012. And I feel the need to put my 2 cents in, along with the rest of the human population who are divided into two ranks – the debunkers and the believers.
Human beings are obsessed with two things – Life and Death. After all, what else do we truly have? The death part is a consideration that varies widely, depending on what your beliefs are – for some, death is the reward for living. And for others, death is the tragic end they either refuse to acknowledge or dread with a daily fear.
There are those that believe a horse is a horse of course. I beg to differ, as what I learned and what I lost have proven that things are not always as they appear. I have always thought that angels come to earth in many forms. In this case, one arrived in the form of a […]
When I was a 17-year-old high school graduate, I joined the Canadian Military. I learned everything from administration to guns and tanks, but the most important thing I took away was comradeship, respect and appreciation. It was peacetime and doing my bit seemed like the right thing to do as I was raised by parents who […]
A prairie-born author examines the true meaning of being a girl from the prairies and what that means when it comes to defining true friendship and values.