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By Hugh Tangney
Evoultion of man, mind and spirit.
By Holy Goose
In the beginning
Book | Updated Apr 25, 2014 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
This is a work of abstract poetry I wrote. I was inspired by the hardship of mental illness and a spiritual crisis.
The place you will be taken is called the Labyrinth of Emptiness. Itâ€™s a place that has always existed. â€œAs your host, I will guide you through a journey to its inner workings.â€
The Labyrinth of Emptiness is a place hidden deep within ourselves, and is the birthplace of the...
By Ace Bates
Gian is said to be the most imaginative kid in their town. He will now face the advantages and the dark challenges within his exotic mind.
This story is a combination of hope, faith, love and the reality which Gian Ime wants to change with his imaginations.
By Shon Allen
One of three parts short story about who we really our!
I just saw the movie which inspired it.
Poetry | Updated Apr 13, 2014 | Reads: 25 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
By Aaron Kingsley
A story of loss, despair, and spiritual ambiguity.
Here i philosophically analyze and define the meaning of love as well as it's importance.
An article about grounding, what it is, why it's good, and how to do it. Grounding is the act of bringing conscious attention back into the body, relieves tension and solves many problems like anxiety, fear, or paranoia.
Daryl Kopecky dissipated into holy water and emerged a meeker version dressed in white robes and white hair named Father Michael. Father Michaelâ€™s name was branded on his forehead and after ten years working at St. Judeâ€™s the skin began to pucker and fester. The white collar he...
Is life polar opposite of happiness and sorrow or is life, our work, just a dream?
By Nerak Ami
When I saw myself
for the very first time
my face was the same
but mine eyes
I had never seen them before,
my thirst for righteousness led me to the
underbelly of manâ€™s consciousness where
I met the ego
By Roberta Grimes
The world is full of evils. I cannot bear to hear the stuck hogs squeal, nor see a horse ill-used, nor think there could be anywhere an unloved child. The differences in human station seem to me not even the greatest evil.
When Martha Skelton finds herself falling in love with a shy young...
By Roberta Grimes
Jack Richardson carries himself as though he owns the world. In reality, he is laying claim to an increasing portion of it. A thirty-six-year-old multibillionaire, he has purchased a tiny island, Atlantica, whose inhabitants enjoy a lifestyle that stands in complete opposition to Western...