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Herbert W. Piekow tells the how the Roman Catholic priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla began the Mexican Revolution for independence from Spain by ringing his parish church bells at 2:30 AM on September 16th to call his parishioners, not to Mass, but to revolt against tyranny and bad government and what lead him to do it in: “The Father of Mexico.”
COVID-19 has put many obstacles in our path, and Tom gives us his experience in his unique sense of humor.
Lorin Swinehart shares his walk with his faithful companion beyond the forest gate, as he describes his spiritual experience in the healing company of nature.
She described the dire straights of the wild orchids, and their need for protection, mostly from our own actions.
Sue Schools describes a humorous tale of the downside of loving a hero.
Margie Keane humors us by a special kind of “Perfect Match”
A Book Review of written by Blue. “The Fun Side of the Wall” by Travis Scott Luther, about Baby-Boomers retiring to Mexico.
Karl Homann share more about his recent travel experiences in the Ukraine.
A lover of words and their origins, Sally has presented a few educational words about the origins of the words surrounding the world of COVID, while also sharing some fun.
Kiera writes about Rachel's “Life in Three Acts.” Highlighting her birth in Britain, her youth in Australia, and her education. Read about her life of travel, love, and her journey, which led her to become the author of an award-winning mystery series as well as an incredibly accomplished and giving human being.
“The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time.”
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