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'Forgiveness'.... a lot has been said about it. Here's my 2 pence on it...
This is based fully on my own beliefs. I attempted to write it so it could appeal to both spiritual, scientific, or both types of people. It is not a determination of a god, or no god. I wrote this hoping readers could understand that following the message I've written is important with, or...
By Im Ghost
A short essay on taking responsibility.
A story about Pain of staying away from Parents for job, sense of responsibility, happiness of old memories and lesson of being happy all the time.
Short Story | Updated Jan 25, 2014 | Reads: 17 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
After her grandfather dies, Dee must accept her responsibility as the family's eldest and embark on a journey back to her grandfather's home. But what if she doesn't want to do it? What if she wants to escape, be free for a while? This is unique encounter with three interesting pilots and their...
A very brief commentary on the state of affairs in this country and the hole that we have dug ourselves.
Fiona Velvet is all too eager to accept the summer job interning for a very upscale business woman â€“ or so she thought. After a shaky interview, she finds herself with a job many kill to have. And many would kill to get out of. She is now the maid, butler, nanny, chauffeur, possibly...
By Elena Benward
My realisation - best decribed by the lyrics of KT Tunstall in her song Heal Over - 'Everybody sails alone - but we can travel side by side'.
By Shane M Bastarache
always try to be compassionate and understanding and not be judgemental and always eager to help anyone who wants help. But if they are totally unwilling to be open minded and fail to see their flawed thinking. then it's time to say adios
Just a simple story about a brother-sister relationship.
A story about unconditional love and loss.
Inspired by Neill Finn, JD Salinger, a Zen instruction booklet, and the Wise Man of Ling-Po from a Bagpuss episode I remember when I was a kid. Written for my brother.
Jay is a seventeen year old boy living in the small town of Grand Coulee, Washington. Yet even by his town's standards he is very alone. In a world where his love of art may take him somewhere in life he must face the trials of a person much older than he. Battling with the problems of a father...
No matter how grown up or mature you are, no matter how many years you have spent ignoring it, that child inside can never be truly silenced, and when something like this happens, that child is louder than ever.
These are some stories that I wrote for a project. I want to share them with you and tell me what you think. FYI they're not very long because they didn't need to be long. Ok thanks for reading