- An Open Letter to Husbands & Partners (Relationships)
Some thoughts for gentlemen about adding some focus to the most important relationship in their life.
by Jim Hamilton - More articles by Jim Hamilton
- Big People and Small People (Religion)
The important difference between big people and small people is not physical size. Big people can see and understand much in the world that remains invisible and incomphrehensible to the truly small people in this world. It is a vision problem.
by Benjamin Plybon - More articles by Benjamin Plybon
- Preparing for a SKYPE/LIVE student recital (Music)
A brave new world Millennium musical event!
by Shirley Kirsten - More articles by Shirley Kirsten
- Pay Attention To The Details (Education/Training)
Oasis Life Truths
by Ernie Heavin - More articles by Ernie Heavin
- What is Truth? (Philosophy)
by Edward Phillips - More articles by Edward Phillips
- Gambler Returns Million Dollar Win (Action/Thriller)
Skinny D'Amaoto (in tux) builds his 'rep' with a million dollar gesture.
by Paul Kyriazi - More articles by Paul Kyriazi
- Winter Body Care Tips (Health/Wellness)
Preventive winter care is preparing for the worst before it occurs. A perfect example is heading to the doctor to get your yearly flu shot. Makes perfect sense.
by B.B. Lee - More articles by B.B. Lee
- Dear Dr. Romance: is it natural for a man to masturbate? (Relationships)
There is nothing wrong with masturbation. What seems to be wrong is that you have too much time for it
by Tina Tessina - More articles by Tina Tessina
- Spring Newsletter (Inspirational)
Spring is a time of renewal
by Dana Goodman - More articles by Dana Goodman
- Ready Writer (Inspirational)
The tongue of a Believer writes many things through their speech in the atmosphere. What was written in the past does not line up with who you are now. What words will you use to create your future?
by Becky DeWitt - More articles by Becky DeWitt
- Dark Night of the Soul (Inspirational)
Our parents also can be a great source of inspiration and help if we tap into their energy. For some, the ultimate parent is our creator.
by Shervin Hojat, Ph.D. - More articles by Shervin Hojat, Ph.D.
- My Response to Senator Feinstein. (Political Science)
Comment to the Jerusalem Post Article: "US Senator Feinstein slams 'arrogant' Netanyahu: 'He doesn't speak for me' "
by Emile Tubiana - More articles by Emile Tubiana
- Think Globally: Act Locally (Nature)
Act to Preserve Environment
by Barbara Spring - More articles by Barbara Spring
- Dr. Seuss Day, March 2, 2015 (Children)
Read Across America
by D.L. Carroll - More articles by D.L. Carroll
- Five Stars and More. (Romance)
We continue to be grateful for the positive feedback about our little romantic memoir.
by Harry and Elizabeth Lawrence - More articles by Harry and Elizabeth Lawrence
- Sweetwater's Western Filming in Summer 2015 (Gay/Lesbian/Bi)
Sweetwater's book to film From the Convent to the Rawhide: The Saga of Sadie Cade and Vi Montana screenplay adaptation by Mr. Stephen Savage has been thoroughly written by Mr. Savage to hit the big screen.
by Sage Sweetwater - More articles by Sage Sweetwater
- Take the Lead: Film Review (Arts/Entertainment)
What makes a great teacher? A passion for what he or she is teaching, of course. But a great teacher also cares as much for the students as the subject. In "Take the Lead," Antonio Banderas’s ballroom dance instructor exemplifies such a teacher. He inspires his students to be better human beings while motivating them to learn dances they would ordinarily avoid like the plague.
by Betty Jo Tucker - More articles by Betty Jo Tucker
- Power in the House! (The Series)Featuring: This Palm’s a Beach (Family)
(This title is taken from one of the articles written in the now defunct “Happy Homes U.S.A.” bi-monthly periodical once circulated online via HGRBS. Yet, that article was only a gist of what was to come once readers went to the actual one. Here’s more to it)
by RB Roberts - More articles by RB Roberts
- Primer on Islam (Cultures)
The truth about Islam as a "religion of peace." This oft-quoted farce is an illustration of the dangerous ignorance that most Americans share regarding Islam--an ignorance that these terrorist butchers are exploiting to avoid exposure. The Fraud in the White House is aiding in Islam's great deception.
by Timothy Buchanan - More articles by Timothy Buchanan
- Ingeborg Møller og Sigrid Undset - to sylskarpe damer (Biography)
Portrett av et vennskap:
Ingeborg Møller (1878 – 1963) og Sigrid Undset (1882 – 1949)
by Nan Skille - More articles by Nan Skille
- In Defense of the Gospel (Literary Criticism)
TRUTH or FACT, or FICTION - what is the true language of the Gospel?
by Renee Brophy - More articles by Renee Brophy
- My Inspiration for Buddha's Bad Boys (Gay/Lesbian/Bi)
Bold Strokes Books recently published my first anthologies of short works, Buddha’s Bad Boys. Each story is about fifty pages in length, so they have a bit more red meat on them that the average short story.
by Alan Chin - More articles by Alan Chin
- Adventures in Dating (Relationships)
My dating ups and downs.
by Romana Pernaa - More articles by Romana Pernaa
- Ghost Dog Rescued From Hot Dog Stand (Pets/Pet Care)
My latest rescue story posted on the Care2 Animal Welfare Website
by Mr. Ed - More articles by Mr. Ed
- Are We Worthwhile? (Inspirational)
Are we making our lives count?
by Marilyn Friesen - More articles by Marilyn Friesen
- Light in the Darkness (Biography)
A personal example of light and darkness in a deployed setting
by Mary Caldwell - More articles by Mary Caldwell
- Encouragement (Inspirational)
Keeping your eyes on Jesus is the best way to be encouraged. In Him you can have comfort and peace and encouragement. You need to find Him and His words and by faith rest in Him.
by Henry Miranda - More articles by Henry Miranda
- Thompson On...Being a Successful 21st Century Author! (Marketing)
The elements of a Successful 21st Century Author!
by J.E. Thompson - More articles by J.E. Thompson
- Lee's and Morrison's New Works May Influence Millennials' Dialogues on Race (Literary Criticism)
The release of new novels by iconic authors Toni Morrison and Harper Lee has sparked a lot of anticipation and debate. Their relevance in regard to Millennials could prove significant. (2007 photo of Harper Lee receiving President Medal of Freedom from President George Bush by Mandel Ngan AFP File)
by Aberjhani - More articles by Aberjhani
- Vituperative Recriminations (Essays)
During Bush Administration. Never again, hopefully.
by David Arthur Walters - More articles by David Arthur Walters
- Talking To Tommy (Arts/Entertainment)
Interview With Tommy Fleming
by Paul Mc Cann - More articles by Paul Mc Cann
- Visiting the Land of King Arthur, Part 3 (Historical Fiction)
Tintagel Castle, Cornwall UK
by Cheryl Carpinello - More articles by Cheryl Carpinello
- Civics Education: A Responsibility of Citizenship (Essays)
Many American students cannot name the three branches of government, can you? Now is the time to make civics education a priority.
by Laura Lynch - More articles by Laura Lynch
- From Bob: Thoughts of Lent (Religion)
As we prepare to celebrate
by Conversations About God - More articles by Conversations About God
- Liberation or bondage (Family)
My view of the changing values of society in relation to popularity of the book and film 'Fifty shades of grey'
by Audrey Coatesworth - More articles by Audrey Coatesworth
- The Edwin Forrest Home at Springbrook (History)
Long ago when I was young, old-timers used to point at the Mayfair Diner and say, "That's where The Edwin Forrest Home used to be." I had no idea what they were talking about.
by Gerard St. John - More articles by Gerard St. John
- Ladybug (Children)
There once was a colorful ladybug that was locked in a bright, crystal house. She turned into an enchanted princess who managed to wed a prince when a lowly ant fed her a bit of honey after she ventured off from home.
by Sheila Craan - More articles by Sheila Craan
- If You Live Long Enough (Philosophy)
An essay by Sha'Tara, local writer and friend.
by Regis Auffray - More articles by Regis Auffray
- How Nigeria Will ‘Breal-up’ in 2015 (Cultures)
Except for the blind and naive, if we are to trustfully follow the premise of the predictions, all is indeed set for a break up, but here is my point of divergence.
by victor dickson - More articles by victor dickson
- Delegate or Stagnate (Technology)
Business - Management -
Communications - Technology -
Efficiency - Success -
Pause a moment -
While I stir the pot ...
Or is it ... PLOT ?
by Tom Hyland - More articles by Tom Hyland
- Life Is A Vapor (Religion)
Life goes by so fast that the bible calls it a vapor.
by Cindy Wyatt - More articles by Cindy Wyatt
- Mojo's Way (Pets/Pet Care)
by Lucille email@example.com - More articles by Lucille firstname.lastname@example.org
- Why I doubt the handwritten Emily Dickinson (Action/Thriller)
Emily Dickinson's poetry is not about special Bees, special Brids, or special Ears.
by Teresa Pelka - More articles by Teresa Pelka
- Planetary Suicide (Nature)
Time is running out. More people must become motivated to demand stronger government action to address climate change threats to humanity.
by Joel Hirschhorn - More articles by Joel Hirschhorn
- The Three Stooges, book review (Reviews)
Michael Fleming tries to explain the appeal of three morons who liked to hit each other with a hammer or a wrench or twist each other's noses with a pliers.
by David Schwinghammer - More articles by David Schwinghammer
- A survey to undertake and help you find out your PMS symptoms (Women)
If you wish to understand your reality each month, here is a link to get to a survey of the major symptoms women go through each month. Welcome to you!
by Pauline Houle - More articles by Pauline Houle
- A excerpt from my new book (Spirituality)
The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places.
by Jeanne Miller - More articles by Jeanne Miller
- Metaperspectives for the Future: Technology (Philosophy)
In 1980, I created a panel of five thinkers entitled, Metaperspectives for the Future to be presented at the First Global Conference of the World Future Society. The panelists brought presentations from varying perspectives. Mine was technology and its influence on human intelligence. The presentation was attended by over 300 people and there was standing room only.
One of the ideas I had
by Ronald Hull - More articles by Ronald Hull
- Horror's of Self Publishing (Romance)
The horrors no one tells you about before you self publish...or they do but we didn't listen.
by Michelle Woods - More articles by Michelle Woods
- Lifestyles of the Authentic & Creative (Arts/Entertainment)
In a world of conformists, creative entrepreneurs INSIST on living life on their own terms...
by Seann Vinyasa-Billson - More articles by Seann Vinyasa-Billson
- The Right Music For Book Trailers (Arts/Entertainment)
Is choosing the right music for book trailers really important and exactly how influential of a marketing tool is music?
by Justin Bienvenue - More articles by Justin Bienvenue
- Practice Community (Relationships)
Community is not defined by or
confined to what is conventionally
called community, such as geography,
nationality and race. Community is
one of the most misused terms that
exists in contemporary communication.
by Uriah Fields - More articles by Uriah Fields
- Architecture and Temples in Jordan (Travel)
Jordan has known many influences along the centuries in its architecture, greatly influenced, of course, by the materials the people had to work with.
by David Eaton - More articles by David Eaton
- So You've Written a First Draft (Publishing)
What do you do after the first draft?
by Su Williams - More articles by Su Williams
- Giving Your WordPress Website an Exclusive Character (Internet)
Giving your website an exclusive character is more about going beyond mainstream. You can have a design that is delightfully goofy, or you can have it seriously subtle, all that matters is if you stand out of the herd.
by Amy Brown - More articles by Amy Brown
- The Tinkerman (Humor)
The problems of editing your own work.
by Roy Higgins - More articles by Roy Higgins
- Premiere Nationwide MasterClass Series® Features Black MusicMasters® (Music)
First-time ever --- free MasterClass Series features renowned African American classical musicians in cities throughout the United States helping to “bring color to the classics”.
by Thelemaque Publishing - More articles by Thelemaque Publishing
- Business Cards by Sherry Bach (Business/Investing)
What is the purpose of business cards?
by Sherry Bach - More articles by Sherry Bach
- And The Pope Visited Us (History)
After typhoon Yolanda devastated the Philippines on Nov. 8, 2013, His Holiness Pope Francis made good his promise to visit ...
by Arsenio Jesena - More articles by Arsenio Jesena
- Shakespeare and the Occult (Drama)
Shakespeare's plays and poetry show knowledge of occult imagery (ghosts, witches, alchemy, etc.) One source was Rosicrucianism.
by Helen Gordon - More articles by Helen Gordon
- ITV scores cricket World Cup highlights (Sports/Recreation)
Media regulator Ofcom aforementioned on Tuesday that England’s games, as well as the fixture against European country, are shown on the most channel similarly because the semi-final and final, in keeping with a joint proposal from ITV and Sky.
by hellen geek - More articles by hellen geek
- Our Something for Nothing Society (Cultures)
Our modern society does not understand the concept of something for nothing. Instead we continue to look for a free lunch in nearly every aspect of our lives.
by Jim Schicatano - More articles by Jim Schicatano
- The Thirteen Factors of Strategy Generation According to Sun-zi (Political Science)
There are 13 integrated factors of a strategy generation and implementation composed by Sun-zi (540-485 BCE) in his famous "The Art of War" consisted of 13 chapters.
by Alexander Goldstein - More articles by Alexander Goldstein
- If Names Translate ... Pigs Can Fly (Essays)
Every wonder what your name is in another language? It is a commonly accepted fallacy that names translate from one language to another ...
by Marvin Cox Flynn - More articles by Marvin Cox Flynn
- Backstory 2--Book Review (Arts/Entertainment)
Backstory 2: Interviews with Screenwriters of the 1940s and 1950s, edited by Patrick McGilligan, published by University of California Press, 1991.
by J.S. Bradford - More articles by J.S. Bradford
- Ready for Success? (Self-Help)
You find the key to success in what you think all day. Watch your thoughts and use positive affirmations to resonate with success scripts
by Dr. Ulla Sebastian - More articles by Dr. Ulla Sebastian
- Mr. Fusion (Science)
"But Science imitating Art, this is part of AI - no ... not Artificial Intelligence, but American Ingenuity ..."
by Susan Smith - More articles by Susan Smith
- Poem Accepted for Publication in Anthology (Poetry)
"Home" has been accepted for publication by Pen Women Press, Washington, D.C..
by Patricia Oplinger - More articles by Patricia Oplinger
- Heels and Other Clones (Literary Criticism)
An examination of 'heel clutcher' mythology and its grip on modern living.
by Jansen Estrup - More articles by Jansen Estrup
- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and his Legacy (Inspirational)
This article and poem is dedicated to Dr. Martin Luther Jr., in commemoration of his legacy and contribution to the civil rights movement.
by Antonio Moses - More articles by Antonio Moses
- Conservatives and Liberals. What is the difference? (Action/Thriller)
Here are a few general differences between Liberals and Conservatives. However, it does very from person to person.
by Cody McGowan - More articles by Cody McGowan
- Je Suis Charlie? ¿Yo soy Charlie? (Political Science)
Freedom of speech should include responsibility and respect
by alex canton-dutari - More articles by alex canton-dutari
- The Payment For Sin Is Death (Inspirational)
Just like one gets paid for a job, one gets paid for committing sins. Sins will be forgiven and erased only by believing in the name of Jesus Christ.
by Pearl Nsiah-Kumi - More articles by Pearl Nsiah-Kumi
- For many Nigerian girls in Italy, dreams die first (Women)
by Augustine Sam - More articles by Augustine Sam
- The long suffering of a beautiful lady! (Health/Wellness)
How can we help the developing nations handle serious burns caused by those unable to accept change?
by Bridget's Blog - More articles by Bridget's Blog