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Last Train to Clarksville

Did You Know I’m Blind?

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As some of you may know, I possess an overactive imagination. In addition, I can remember large chunks of my childhood in great detail....

As Humans, Do We value Power More Than Truth?

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As inquisitive creatures, we seek truth; we prefer truth to falsehood.  Searching for truth excites us. We often fail to question its value, though. ...

Dualism – Part B

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“As the science of neurology advances so do the chances of us discovering, where our free will capacity resides inside the brain.” This quote...

Dualism – Part A

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What follows may be conceptionally difficult to grasp. It’s obstruse message is of paramount importance with regards to morality but most of us live...

Traveling Books

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  Back in the day, the Annie Oakley Festival was held in the side yard of the Garst Museum; where over 300,000 artifacts are on...

Aging in America

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Life is arithmetic. There are only three certainties all of us face: we’re born, we live, we die. How many years one lives during...

Surviving Childhood

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I am reminded from time to time how truly lucky I am to have survived my childhood. Hell, as far as that goes, so...

Cadillacs of the Sky – A Quote from Empire of the Sun

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Many of us look for heroes in life. And it appears that our human need or drive to find and celebrate these heroes is...

An Essay On Quotes

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People on FB love to quote famous people (who lend support to their cause) but I'm not a big fan of quotes. And there...

Sagacious Advice to My 17-Year-Old Self

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In 1968 I was a junior in high school.  And at the tender age of seventeen, I considered myself lost because I was. As a...