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By R Safley
"you go here. you do this. that's who you are. that's how its done. accept."
until there is a better way.
I am Alabama Bunny. It's no coincidence I've come.
a sweet poem written for a friend who means a lot to the writter. she is the angel of her life. a short description of their friendship is highlighted in this short poem.
Poetry | Updated Oct 23, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 12
By Manisha Belani
Guru is like a Divine Self who shows what the scriptural text is all about! Guru can churn our attitudes in life, when difficulties get frustrating and very painful into a positive thought process!
Salute To The Great Guru!
Poetry | Updated Mar 26, 2012 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Nochte Elphi
The Art of the Philosophy of Art is an entertaining juxtaposition of the examined life with the ordinary life which seems to be much more common.
It involves a stranger in a small town doing nothing but examining the beauty of his ordinary surroundings. He encounters individuals who each have...
These four basic elements: Air, Earth, Fire and Water, about which the Modern Science now believes that they do not cover the definition of elements, are the essential part of all the creations of the universe. The existence of the total material world is because of these elements.
Again, if you haven't read already, this is another log from a live interactive game from the myrealms.net site. This is a log of us (the players) in a chatroom, typing out actions that are characters do, and involving them in stories and such. It's cool because you play off each other, and...
By Bruce Kriger
Since the dawn of time philosophers and ordinary people have been speculating on human nature. Every succeeding gen-eration approaches these issues with new arguments, because each new generation brings new ideas and speculations to allow a more thorough understanding of our laws, their...
A poem of Philosophy.
Poetry | Updated Jan 17, 2007 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 4