Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Mandala Codes

Sometimes when I can’t sleep at night, I’ll get up and go to my computer to write or draw or just look at facebook.  When I finally get sleepy and decide to head back to bed, there’s still plenty of … Continue reading

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Religious Defenses

The religious evolutionist, an uneasy combination:  “Of course the earth couldn’t have been created in 7 of our days.  A day for God must be much longer.” Okay, why not?  There is evidence that our year wasn’t always the same … Continue reading

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Shifting Gears

In her stopping she moans at the strain, Bucking frantically at the rages of storms, The clash of fire and ice, As mantle separates from core And so many cower for dearth and life. Then stillness reigns, In countless minds … Continue reading

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After Coffee Thoughts…

…It was yummy almond toffee flavor. 1. “In psychology, cognitive dissonance is the discomfort experienced when simultaneously holding two or more conflicting cognitions: ideas, beliefs, values or emotional reactions. In a state of dissonance, people may sometimes feel “disequilibrium”: frustration, hunger, dread, guilt, anger, … Continue reading

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Thoughts before coffee

1. Magic is everywhere.  It’s an ocean of energy, glowing a kind of greenish purple.  It’s the tapestry that weaves and connects us.  It’s the stuff we’re made of and breathe in and have our sense of beingness in.  Often … Continue reading

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Time to pick on the IRI/Khameni

It’s crystal clear to me that, contrary to their claims of piety, the Islamic Regime of Iran isn’t really interested in perfecting their Islamic religion at all.  These ruling towel heads are really only about maximizing absolute control over their … Continue reading

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Iran and my assumptions

On Making Assumptions… Back when I was very young, idealistic, and naive as hell, I made the mistake of falling in love with an Iranian exchange student at my college named Reza.  This was in 1981, right after the 52 American hostage … Continue reading

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Dark morning thoughts

Don’t treat women the way you’d hate to be treated yourselves!
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The women on Tank Hill

My Iranian ex-husband Reza was refusing me any news about my baby son offering the lure that maybe if he could see any evidence that I was being a good Muslimah on my own, he might tell me something… maybe … Continue reading

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Featured Author: Debra Kamza/ Ampbreia Weiss

Originally posted on Lori's Song:
Featured Author: Debra Kamza / Ampbreia Weiss 1.  Please introduce yourself. Tell us a little about the person behind the pen. I was born in Vallejo, CA but have lived in Everett WA since…

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