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Mindset 4-2-15

By C.L. Harmon The heart can ache for someone it hasn’t met yet. The mind can connect words to form a mental picture that can pierce the soul. It is apparent we are creations with immense abilities and yet we fixate on that...

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Mindset 8-20-15

By C.L. Harmon Nature is often cruel. But only so in its efforts for survival. As we experience nature around us, we have taken those elements that we see and used them as guides as to what is acceptable in human actions and...

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Mindset 8-6-15

By C.L. Harmon Time is relevant only to humans. It becomes our master and we its slaves. Nature does not care about time, it simply functions through the elements that change within it as time passes. It does not forgive,...

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Mindset 7-16-15

By C.L. Harmon We exist in a colossal universe where it is the smallest of things that affect and even define us the most. What does this say about us and about our purposes in life? It is a kiss from someone we love, the loss...

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Mindset 7-2-15

By C.L. Harmon This is a fundamental fact of humanity since the beginning. What comes of these when we focus so heavily on what divides us as opposed to what unites us? There are wars, acts of terror, violence, political...

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Mindset 5-21-15

By C.L. Harmon Every person views the world differently. We see our environment based not only on our life’s experiences but on how we believe the world should be as well. This is to say that not all of what we observe comes...

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Mindset 4/16/15

By C.L. Harmon Life leaves scars, regrets and sorrows that grow and integrate into our daily experiences. Because of this, they eventually become more than feelings, developing into an intricate part of who we are. As they grow,...

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Mindset 4-2-15

By C.L. Harmon The heart can ache for someone it hasn’t met yet. The mind can connect words to form a mental picture that can pierce the soul. It is apparent we are creations with immense abilities and yet we fixate on that...

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POET’S CORNER

Perspectives of Life and Time © By James E. Tate To think of yesterday Is to improve today And enrich tomorrow. To think of tomorrow Is to hone our plans for future life. But what is life? Is it not the present? Is it not today?...

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