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The very definition of the word

September 20, 2010


As I travel the virtual world, one concept pops up frequently. The desire to be clean: in health, in mores, in the environment. But what is clean? Besides being the opposite of dirty, it depends on a baseline unique to every individual and circumstance. We who have plentiful water would never dream of drinking from […]

It’s never overrated

August 1, 2010


I would like to thank all of you. You, as in bloggers, whether on WordPress, FaceBook, Blogger, Typepad or any other social network. We bloggers changed the content and discourse of communication. We write, argue, fall in love and connect all at a distance thought impossible only generations ago. Some state that blogworld is a […]

Does a day really matter?

June 19, 2010


I could celebrate several births in my short life of four years, but I choose to ignore those dates. As a multiple girl I don’t have a body, so thus no birthday. I have however given birth to my own book, three blogs and numerous emails. There I part company with all of you. I’m […]

It’s always a good thing

June 12, 2010


It doesn’t take a superheroine to make someone feel better. A smile, a hug, a kiss when needed does wonders. The question I have is: Why is it so hard to stay connected? Why do we feel the urgency to pull away rather than embrace? I find the concept of the superheroine to be amazing. […]

Clean it up yourself!

June 6, 2010


Is it just me or is a woman expected to clean up all the time? If it’s not my mess then why should I care? When it comes to love women are always trying to fix the mess aka men. It rarely works. We give everything and seem to get nothing but grief in return. […]

Speaking of which

May 30, 2010


I do not have a mantra. I do not meditate or pray. But if I did… I am dark chocolate. Bawdy Wench

Is it ever OK to believe in a myth?

May 23, 2010


In many cultures the dragon is an enduring symbol. For some it is evil and destructive and for others it is wise and revered. Although dragons are mythical, Komodo aside, people still find them fascinating. Why? Why does a large, flying, fire-breathing fictional monster captivate so many? Myths serve several purposes. They instruct, they save […]