Let’s celebrate each other’s differences. we bring more to the table when everyone brings their own dishes. we enjoy it more and we learn how to make it by sharing all the cooking secrets. and we get to know each other when we do the break bread together thing. So, the native American hoop represents […]Read More it’s a celebration!
Introduction and premise: If poetry comes from the Heart, then does the Heart have its own thinking and ways to communicate with the see-saw Brain? This is first and foremost about Love, Love, Love It’s about Heartstrings, about pulling on Heartstrings. It’s about Love, Heartstrings out of tune, a little brittle, dusty, discolored, dishonored, disrespected, […]Read More Love
I am son But have no father I am not father So I have no sons I have windows To see through But no door for father and son That special door only fathers and sons can walk through I am son But lost my mother I can make sons To be father and mother […]Read More I am
A.M.N.L.A.E. Revolution started as ours did, handfuls of untrained farmers with plowshares and old guns but with a formidable purpose; to overthrow a tyrant. Young mothers and fathers and field hands took up arms to fight for freedom, convinced in their hearts by an inaudible sound – the march of truth in the human breast. […]Read More A.M.N.L.A.E.
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I see the President’s 2020 State of the Union speech as a hearkening of the old myth and Manifesto of our country’s greatness called ‘Manifest Destiny’. It is the mythological history from the perspective of Northern European Protestant White people who want us to believe this great country was built by them and had […]Read More The President’s Speech
Over time all rise and fall with only a change in name of person or place or thing. Keeping absolute balance without going any where. What goes up has to come down. What is down has to rise up. It is a law of cosmos. The circle remains the same Until our nature is changed […]Read More Circles
Reverend Dr. Peter Marshall was U.S. Senate chaplain 1947 – 1949 when he passed away at an early age. His words need to be re-aired for all the Senate and all the House and all the people of this country and the world right now. Although his religion is Christian he speaks for every religion […]Read More The Words of Rev. Dr. Peter Marshall
A complicated racial anxiety rests at the heart of American entertainment. via On Blackface, Bert Williams, and Excellence — LongreadsRead More On Blackface, Bert Williams, and Excellence — Longreads
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