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What Do You Mean You're Not Interested in Sex?: American Life and Law from an Asexual Perspective
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An academic and personal exploration of asexuality and the asexual spectrum, this essay focuses on the complexities of human sexuality and sexual orientation and takes a look at how asexuality fits within the broad spectrum of human experience.
Maya - By Guru Ramdas Explaining The Purpose of Your Birth
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Maya is created to hinder you from achieving the purpose of your birth. What is it and how to use it to achieve the purpose of your birth, what is the test of life - all explained by Guru Ramdas. Part of a series - Purpose of your birth and how to achieve it.
How?
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How can the world be this way?
Chaotic
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Another musing of mine. Am I living within society or is society living in me?
Dedicated to MH370
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Dedicated to MH 370, in memory of the victims and their grieving families and friends, are these two short poems. A tragic incident, leaving in its wake painful memories of the fateful flight MH370 took to the air. A brief essay on grieving and working out grief. [The above poem and work is generic for all faiths and has no religious content]
What Is Love?
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What is love? Where does it come from?
Shit I Believe In
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These are random tweets taken from my Twitter account. I have epiphanies all the time so I jot them down. People said write a book about all these thoughts. So I did.
How to Tell a Lie
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A short, provocative work examining the ways we look at life. Using logic and offbeat humor, the author challenges the reader to examine per-suppositions and provides techniques for telling the difference between truths and lies. A strange mix of humor and philosophy. Entertaining and challenging.
How to be Selfish (And other uncomfortable advice)
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How to be Selfish (And other uncomfortable advice) Does selfishness have negative associations for you? Does it conjure up an image of someone mean, like a fairytale ogre perhaps? I’m here to tell you that there is another way to be selfish. Selfishness is about helping yourself, yes. It’s about satisfying the deep desires within you that cause so much heartache.
100 Things Anyone Can Be Grateful For
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Life got you down? Try gratitude and watch your mood lift. Here are 100 things you can already be grateful for.
Leaving Home
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A train breaks down in the snowy Polish countryside. The jungle awakes. On a cruise ship, paranoia strikes. Fairy godmother magic comes from an unexpected source. A blackmailer makes a mistake. A young father leaves town. A neighbor's death reveals a dark surprise. All this and more in Leaving Home, a collection of twenty short stories, flash fiction, and travel essays by Melinda Brasher.
I Find Trouble
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This is a story of my inner struggle about whether to fight or walk away when faced with conflict.
Paths
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Remembering the neighborhood where he grew up, a man realizes all the paths his life took. As a boy, he was mostly up to the usual boyhood mischief, but as a man, he sees the life lessons learned on those paths.
What I Nearly Forgot
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A summer afternoon's hike to a wild river island becomes a man's metaphysical journey back to childhood - to ghost trains, tadpoles, and his sense of growing frailty.
Pain Below the Equator
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This is the frank journal of a six week tour of South America from Buenos Aires, around the horn to Valparaíso, Easter Island and Peru, chronicling the good the bad and the insane of the southern continent.
How to love nature when you live in the city - ten top tips
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How to love nature when you live in the city by Dr J. Mark Dangerfield suggests four ideas and ten top tips for those of us who live in the city but still want to be in touch with nature.
Political Correctness - The New Fascism
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What price freedom ? Ask the inumerable martyrs and servicemen who have paid the price to attain that valuable blessing throughout history. Your freedom. Does it really exist? Is it really yours to give away? Are you prepared to stand up and fight for it?
Tatsie, the Thick-skinned Bushman
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Tatsie was a rude thick-skinned bushman with very little regard for his fellow tribesmen.
S.O.S (Save our Society)
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The Delhi gang rape case has enraged every Indian and brought forward many issues related to our political, judicial and executive systems. But it has also raised some serious questions about our society and its culture. Let's start a discussion to find out what's wrong with the Indian society and how we can change it.
Everybody's Got to Have a Dream
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Dreams are not something you only have while you are asleep but visions of a person you want to be and hope to be in life. The goals that you set help to shape your future and determine whether you are successful or unsuccessful. If you can dream it, you can achieve it. In this short essay I offer a few tips that I have found to be helpful.