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Progressive Gifts

MY TWO PROGRESSIVE BOOKS – MY SMALL PROGRESSIVE GIFT TO THE WORLD I was born at a very young age to a woman I had never been properly introduced to (even though I’m told I was rather a constant companion … Continue reading

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Progressive Mind

A Progressive Mind: Personal Reflections on Reality When I was younger, many years ago, I began making little notes of things that passed through my mind.  None of them are particularly noteworthy but all meant something very special to me … Continue reading

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Facebook Spies

I had an interaction today with someone on Facebook.  His name is unimportant.  A sweet fellow that I recently became friends with and he seems to be truly gentle, intelligent human being.  I’m not sure who asked who to connect … Continue reading

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Perfect Path?

The Perfect Path? I am, as so many other people have proclaimed themselves, only human. I see so many of my own words and deeds that I know are wrong in my heart but I so seldom understand that they … Continue reading

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American Christian’s Ignorance of Christ

One of my favorite quotes I’ve ever heard came from that lover of peace and brotherhood, Gandhi, when he was asked what he thought about Christianity.  His simple reply was, “I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. … Continue reading

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Liberal v. Conservative – Dictionary Definitions

Time to define the terms that get tossed around by tiny minds that have changed the definition of words in negative and warped ways in order to lead the sheep to slaughter.  Words have factual meanings regardless of the evil … Continue reading

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Democracy v. Plutocracy

Finally, someone says EXACTLY what needed to be said.  Dylan Ratigan’s Rant expresses precisely why you’re out of work and why your children’s schools are decaying and why banks are moving American capital out of the country as fast as … Continue reading

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PTSD Rant

Something important dawned on me last night.  I don’t deserve PTSD from Vietnam.  The guy or woman down the street doesn’t deserve PTSD from wars.  The kids that are stupidly signing up right this very instant to go fight the … Continue reading

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PTSD Bedtime Thoughts

Laying in bed last night wondering why my PTSD has come back with such a vengeance.  The dreams I can almost handle.  I’m to the point in most of them that I am aware that I am reliving a nightmare … Continue reading

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PTSD & Enrolling My Learning Disabled Son – Part II

Between my severe PTSD and my son’s smiling, happy learning disabilities, I was stunned that I didn’t outright smack somebody today.  My PTSD makes my head start throbbing as soon as I wake up because I know, the instant my … Continue reading

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