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Blake smiled while greeting him and turned to introduce me to his friend from Camp Lejeune. Blake made the formal introductions while I studied the two distinguished men. I liked the way they both carried themselves in a dignified manner with confidence, but not too much that they seemed arrogant. I was fascinated by them. Sleek. Forget eye candy. These two are like eye caffeine. I feel energized just looking at them.

Posted 4 months ago

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Celebrating people is a form of love

Celebrating people is a form of love
Posted 4 months ago

The real distinction between being great and being less great seems to be t

The real distinction between being great and being less great seems to be the extent to which we are willing to be pushed along by our own desires.
Posted 3 months, 4 weeks ago

We learn to love when we’re young. If we learn hating better, it has to go

We learn to love when we’re young. If we learn hating better, it has to go somewhere. We can hate ourselves or we can hate somebody else. Most people would rather hate somebody else.
Posted 4 months ago

Your calling and destiny is where your love and hate meet

Your calling and destiny is where your love and hate meet
Posted 4 months ago

I prefer neurotic people. I like to hear rumblings beneath the surface.

I prefer neurotic people. I like to hear rumblings beneath the surface.
Posted 4 months ago

You don't wait till your case become terminal before you ask for a doctor.

You don't wait till your case become terminal before you ask for a doctor. If you wait till it becomes incurable you will die without knowing your right. Spiritually put; you don't wait until you have problem before you pray. Pray without ceasing for you
Posted 4 months ago

Instinct is a powerful form of natural energy perhaps comparable in humans

Instinct is a powerful form of natural energy perhaps comparable in humans to electricity or even atomic energy in the mechanical world.
Posted 3 months, 4 weeks ago

My survival was up to me. I had nothing and I had no one. What I did have,

My survival was up to me. I had nothing and I had no one. What I did have, I told myself, was my mind, my imagination, my memory, my feelings, my spirit. These were important and powerful things.
Posted 4 months ago

Although Higgins's men had finally received some badly needed supplies, som

Although Higgins's men had finally received some badly needed supplies, some of his wounded were becoming critical, and the overall health of his troops continued to ebb. Meanwhile, the price among the 442nd's battalions paid to reach Higgins's men had re
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Tell the story that's been growing in your heart, the characters you can't

Tell the story that's been growing in your heart, the characters you can't keep out of your head, the tale story that speaks to you, that pops into your head during your daily commute, that wakes you up in the morning.
Posted 4 months ago

Profundity of thought belongs to youth clarity of thought to old age.

Profundity of thought belongs to youth clarity of thought to old age.
Posted 3 months, 4 weeks ago

Grass that is here today and gone tomorrow does not require much time to ma

Grass that is here today and gone tomorrow does not require much time to mature. A giant oak tree that lasts for generations requires much more time to grow strong.
Posted 4 months ago