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  • 337.
    Spirituality Finds Reflection In Science

    Then, said the Master,
    Be a plasma, not a duster,
    All human beings are his writing pads,
    For him within they are mad, read more »

    Bazi alis Subrata Ray
  • 338.
    An Error

    A letter has come from a Pet hospital.
    It's critical for Nimal to receive vaccinations.
    Our records show Nimal is overdue for a vaccination
    Against the following disease: read more »

    nimal dunuhinga
  • 339.
    Society game

    from this room
    i can see everything
    even if i pretend to be blind
    i can see you read more »

    Ashley Genocide
  • 340.


    IS VOID OF FEAR. read more »

    Karnail Singh Heirwale
  • 341.
    The Infrequency of Emotion

    Emotion infrequent disappears to a heap of bones.
    The bodiless become intimate,
    separated by their infrequency
    and lack of affection. read more »

    Dylan Shears
  • 342.
    Who are These….

    Sowing seeds, they go
    Yes, sowing seeds they go
    Seeds of separation, dissention
    Seeds of wrath, hatred and lies read more »

    Angelina Pandian
  • 343.
    ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! A KNOWN BUT STRANGER! ! ! ! ! ! ! !


    happy to know you well from crowd
    song cuddles heart by sweet voices read more »

    Dr subhendu kar
  • 344.
    If We All Looked The Same

    If we all looked the same and believed in the same God and any Country did not have a border
    There would be peace on Planet Earth and there would be law and order
    And we all spoke the one language and the World was one big Nation
    We would not have nationalism and we would not have discrimination read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 345.
    Education – The Beat of the Street

    It’s the beat of the street that we need in this nation
    If you want to tell the kids; go get an education
    You’ll have to show ’em it’s a sort of salvation
    From the me-now lifestyle that just craves titillation read more »

    C Richard Miles
  • 346.
    Had I been a bird

    Had I been a bird,
    i would fly high in the sky,
    enjoy the bird’s-eye view of this beautiful world,
    that God has gifted to us. read more »

    gitaanjali naidu
  • 347.
    tearless eyes of mine

    I've no tears to cry
    my eyes have gone pale and dry.
    What they saw in past
    was discrimination on things like cast. read more »

    Areena Arora
  • 348.
    substantial empirical evidence

    i see the world through principles like compliance, persuasion, dissonance, framing or emotional manipulation
    i saw the beginning of incurisons like the Branch Davidians
    and the beginning of groups experimented with botulin toxin, anthrax, cholera
    religious brainwashing from lairs like Warren Jeffs read more »

    Mara SalvatruchaDemon
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