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In Papine Square

In an ocean of disinterested humanity; Two boys, identical, no more than eight Find cause to revel in Papine Square. Twice blessed, with mirror images, other selves denied to many, and man’s fascination and mutual general curiosity; they have never … Continue reading

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Very Well Done: A guide to offering constructive criticism

The Toastmasters have a way of offering constructive criticism that I endorse fully.  They call it their sandwich approach, and in it, they let their developing speech-maker know about something that (s)he did well, then they speak about the areas … Continue reading

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Marathon Run

Invisible umbilical cord; I am connected. I belong to humanity; Noble. Warrior! Think of the ancestors. Brave. Proud. Alive. I run in the marathon of life. I can do this, I can do this, I can do this, I can … Continue reading

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Why do you weep, my friend?

Why do you weep, my friend? Don’t you know that all green leaves would die were it not for the scorching sun, and the beating rain? Would sweet music assail your ear if your violin string were slack, or if … Continue reading

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