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The burden falls on him . . . Read More

Tags: duty, service

There is one Mother Earth so living in the hearts beat of an angel. Yesterday when I met the angel who guarded our fortune, there still remains a call from this voice within. Today I am leaving my time with this gratitude on this faith. May our God love the… Read More
Our covenant of service stands between our allegiance to the God and the mission and one to another. This include the participation in all church service punctually and regularly, serving God with your gifts in His vineyard, payment of tithes and offering, and to supports pastors and church programmes. Read More
Let us give our best and leave the rest for the life born to ignite this wisdom everywhere. Thanks. :) Read More

Poem / Memoir

November 19, 2019

Let us be bonded in one unity for the entire human race. It is a time we must be alive for this true virtue we must be blessed here. Thanks. Read More
Working as a bartender was hard. Some grown men were disgusting. Many of them. I still don't know how I feel about how I was able to brush things off so easily, because I simply had to. My pay depended on customers giving me tips. I was constantly arguing with… Read More
I had no intention of joining the army. Daily, my friend Bertram kept on lecturing to me, until I gave in. Read More

Tags: army, country, service

The Reflections of a Revolutionary Boy gives a glimpse of a young soldier on his way home. Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 08, 2018

Reads: 343

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A poem about an unknown soldier who watches a turn of events. Read More

Short Story / Horror

February 28, 2018

Reads: 413

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Mr. Marcela may be rich, but he's willing to abuse his silver spoon fortune and power at every turn. In this story, the reader learns of the maid Cynthia's struggle to serve Mr. Marcela and his demands. Read More
A short notation of an emotional struggle that former, if not current, military service members go through as they become adjusted to civilian life, given that they return to their homeland(s), with their families and friends. Read More
He said soldier You fought the good fight... Read More
He will proudly stand up And salute his flag... Read More
With A Silent Humility He went to war In a far off land That Hero whose blood was Shed On Foreign Sand. Read More
One man's point of view. Read More

Tags: dating, service

I am working in service sector in my city where I live now. When I joined this career I still remember what my mother told help this service as your time may be valuable for one new person everyday. I like to keep up with this greatness of our time… Read More
All human intentions have two sources of energy-- love and fear. The more committed you are to either one, the more powerful you become to act on your intentions. This is part 2 of chapter 2 of my book, What is a Real Life? This chapter discusses the different life-paths… Read More
Description: All human intentions have two sources of energy-- love and fear. The more committed you are to either one, the more powerful you become to act on your intentions. This is chapter 2 of my book, What is a Real Life? This chapter discusses the different life-paths that love… Read More
Reflections on a commitment to our country Read More
Sarah suffers from a rare neurological condition which causes her to collapse and fall asleep at a moments notice. With help from her long time time four legged companion will she be able to withstand her brutal step father and the group of enemies who make her life seem like… Read More
My ASVAB scores from December 22, 1994. I joined the Army's early entry program and took the Oath of Enlistment on June 28, 1995. I wanted to share my scores and would love to know more about them. Read More
This is the story of an incredible man Richard Proenneke and how he, like my Grandfather transformed me into not only a man but a good man. This is mainly the story of Richard Proenneke and his life at Twin Lakes. Read More
Some people say I am mean, well I have news for you, it's not me that's mean, its, well... Read More

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Comments: 3

The Booksie Classic House

This is a short summary of who I am and what I believe in so that those who read my short stories, essays or articles will know more about the man behind the words. Read More
Life is brittle, short, interchangeable. Life is the bane to human kind... That was until a new government emerged and found the cure to this poison with the creation of Clones, obedient servants to humans that will grant comfortable lives for those in power. Vivian Autumn Tranisse is your average… Read More
My story, expected to be in around 5 parts. Read More
Making a tribute for the best of every new generation. I am inspired by the movie, Taare Zameen Par. Live up to this message. :) Read More
Paul gives us a great example of humility. Even in the longest self introduction of all his epistles, Paul keeps the focus where it should be. Read More
Bigger is not always better. Small churches provide in ways that large and megachurches cannot. Read More
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