Monthly Archives: July 2016

Haight/Ashbury was their favorite place in San Francisco…

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Music speaks to and for us.  It can be a reflection of our emotions, moods, or feelings.  It’s the true sound of life.  Listen.

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Everything that lives has a right to be free…

Humans are the only animals who jude the worth of all living beings, including each other.  We determine who should live or die, be used, abused, eliminated, or valued.  We pretend that we know what we’re doing.  We act as … Continue reading

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Star Trek…

First time Debbie and I were ever disappointed in a Star Trek film.  We are both huge fans but this one fell flat.  Too many dark shots, too much, or not enough of whatever they usually do.  Something was definitely … Continue reading

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Chicago Botanic Garden…

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We live in a world where women are constantly silenced…

Picture from:  Pixabay

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LuLu’s Pie Shoppe…39

“I thought we were doing it on the prep table with ice cream,” said Vincent, a confused look upon his face. “We are, but what about the times after that?” smirked LuLu.  “I don’t know what Fairies do.” “We pretty … Continue reading

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Deepak Chopra Speaks… — tooncestales

You know it’s bad when Deepak Chopra says bad things about you. Take a few minutes out of you day to hear him out. Notice how Deepak Chopra says, “He represents the lowest common denominator…” Have you ever hear Mr. … Continue reading

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Herschel’s Eagle Nebula…from Astronomy Picture of Day…gorgeous

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If you want to know why we are what we are…watch this excellent TED Talk

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