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One cannot downplay the role of elders.
A short summary concerning what is believed about the evolution of consciousness.
Sometimes I make the mistake of thinking hard about how weird our materialistic world is.
By Daphne Monroe
Stop and smell the roses...
Everyday,we overlook the people in our world,our importance to society and the things inside us that make us who we are.We let materialism get to us and leave parts of us in ruin.
This is an essay about materialism.
A logical guide toward living by grace and love, utilizing the benefits of neuro-plasticity, logic, the wisdom of pious religions, and common sense.
By One Man
A Letter of Truth
By Dlcannon Reprise
taken from my book, "Trying To Learn About My Madness"
An inconvenient convenience store robbery. (Pie chart not included.)
I wrote this poem for an old friend who is blindsided by money and material possessions. She terminated our friendship because on greed. This is how I felt and I wanted to express it to the world!
By Lena Lautner
The inexplicable doubt which settles into one's soul as the artificial hopes structured by societal expectations begin to melt away with the rain of the dawn of understanding.
A man has dreams for his life; he writes what he wants to have, while fearing what he will become.
Will it satisfy him?
Will he look better in the eyes of others?
You might wonder what life holds for you, whether you'll make it out alive, whether all these people around you really understand anything.
Look no further.
Warning: Put yourself in an associative, light-hearted frame of mind before you read this, or don't. Just don't tell me that I'm wrong....
People sometimes become selfish. They live in the world of materialism, but they forgot about GOD.
Poetry | Updated Dec 22, 2011 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 10
By Craig Davison
Two former band members meet after many years, only to find they no longer have nothing in common.