Tag Archives: Forbidden

Felt (The Loss of Shangri-la)

It’s interesting.  This poem started of with the intention of being a lighthearted look at the sort of a person who would look at Shangri-La an think that all it’s missing is a casino.  By the time, my pen hit … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Charm of the Forbidden Makes It Unspeakably Desirable

“There is a charm about the forbidden that makes it unspeakably desirable.” – Mark Twain    

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Alien Revelation

Until we are dead, to believe or not believe is a matter of faith.  My own examination through my life points toward great evidence for God and Christianity.  Other equally intelligent people have reached other conclusions.  Life is funny that … Continue reading

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