Tag Archives: belief

Santa Claus is dead? ~ Pamela at Butterfly Sand #shortstory

Reblogged from Butterfly Sand: ‘Santa Claus is dead.’ When Sebastian Phillips finished writing that phrase on his bulletin board he turned around to see what the reaction had been on his students. He was not disappointed. Because this was a … Continue reading

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What if you were wrong?

I was thinking about a discussion I had enjoyed with a friend, about how our upbringing colours our worlds more than we realise. Both cultural and personal influences shape the images that imprint themselves upon the mind of the child … Continue reading

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Pink Sky Won’t Lie ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

There it was. Now she knew what would certainly happen. It did not matter that the calendar had counted down the days for many weeks. It did not matter that arrangements have been made, checklists marked, letters sent, particulars organized. … Continue reading

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Imagination ~ Anjali Sharma #writephoto

What is important for me? My own imagination or the imagination others hold for me. Creativity emerges from positive feelings. Most of the time, we hold ourselves from doing what we feel like for the fear of being judged. Continue … Continue reading

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Expressions #midnighthaiku

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Caught ~ Iain Kelly #writephoto

He strained against the ropes as the sun moved across the sky above the trees. A gentle breeze made the canopy whistle and sway. It was the only sound. He still saw the painted face under the tousled hair, the … Continue reading

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Principles of Fire (2) belief-faith-knowing ~ Steve Tanham

Continued from Part 1. Before me on the table is an electrical device. It needs a new battery and to do that I have to remove the cover. The small screw holding it is of the type that requires a … Continue reading

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The Breath of Ghosts – Gavin Jones

Across cultures, the equating of ghosts and breath is a constant, apparent in language, in ritual and in belief systems. In a number of the stories which make up “Ghosts and Other Tales”, breath plays an important role.  But why … Continue reading

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The courage of conviction…

‘They’ve got that completely the wrong way around.’ I almost winced as I read the article, completely disagreeing with the perspective that was being outlined. The basics were correct, I felt but there was something decidedly ‘off’ about the way … Continue reading

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Guest author: Anita Dawes – Remember

Find and follow Anita Website    Twitter   Facebook   Goodreads Anita’s Author Page/Amazon Link About Anita Hi, my name is Anita and although I am 71, I am by no means a ‘silver surfer’. I have been writing fiction novels for a … Continue reading

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