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  • They had now covered some four miles in their ten-mile trek toward Marshtop, they had not come across any enemy – human or otherwise, the only other signs of life came from the singing from birds high above in […]

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    This fanciful, self-indulgent tale, began as a joke between myself and a fellow blogger many years ago. It first appeared in its entirety on the original version of Thoughts before it closed. My […]

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  • Jules answered to the question “Writers block1 week, 6 days ago

    Inspiration is fickle and not a tap you can turn on when desired. When it does flow, go with it and leave nothing out that passes through your mind. Once the flow has stopped step back for a while and leave it well alone. When you come back to it for review consider if what you wrote is truly representative of how you felt when you wrote it.

  • HER heart got torn into pieces. Everything shattered the moment she had the taste of truth. Love just keeps on crushing her soul every time she focuses hard to it. Or had she been doing it the wrong way? What did […]

  • What are the essential elements of online community building?The essentials elements of online community building are people, purpose and process and people need to be able to interact and connect with each other. Have rules and expectations about engagement within the course.How do online learning communities significantly impact the learner’s l…[Read more]

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    “The Religion Of American Greatness” by Paul Miller is a great read for anyone interested in evaluating the concept of American nationalism. The author appears to be a conservative evangelical and has concerns on where extreme nationalism can take our wonderful (and in my view, the best) country. Around 300 pages, the author addresses many topics,…[Read more]

  • There seems to be a curious disconnect in moralizing arguments lately, at least as far as I have experienced. Frequently, and in many venues, I see or hear references and citations to principles (whether or not […]

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  • M Taylor posted an update 2 weeks, 6 days ago

    “Embracing Rhythms Of Work And Rest” is a great read on the importance of working well and having appropriate times of rest. Around 220 pages, many topics are covered, including:

    – Practicing a sabbath and having times of solitude and quiet is a way to show trust in God instead of our flesh.

    – God prepares the way when we take times of res…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 2 weeks, 6 days ago

    Great read on the importance of working well and having appropriate times of rest. Around 220 pages, many topics are covered, including:

    – Practicing a sabbath and having times of solitude and quiet is a way to show trust in God instead of our flesh.

    – God prepares the way when we take times of rest.

    – What trusting God can look like when we…[Read more]

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