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A smorgasbord of blessings

AS 2018 is teetering, high-time to count the shower of blessings that enlivened the year as it fades away. Yes, count our blessings —...

A US veteran prognosticates on a T-shirt

Did you pick out your best T-shirt at the mall? There was an array of T-shirts for sale, and yours is to select the...

Epitaphs speak for the entombed

BEYOND names, dates of birth and death, epitaphs inspire friends and relatives who come to visit the gravesites of their dear departed. Remembrances are...

Flea market of ideas

HOW CAN a minutest, bothersome insect be of benefit to you and me? Any teeny-weeny bit of goodness to society? Only when we speak...

A riddle by Mark Twain

FIRST and foremost, Who is Mark Twain?If you think my question is silly, superfluous, or too over-the-top, then you are intelligent or very much...

Democracy Now! – forever and ever

THE MOST insightful, provocative OPINION columns I’ve come across with are anthologized in Amy Goodman’s BREAKING THE SOUND BARRIER. Enthralling viewpoints from Democracy Now!...

‘The pen is mightier than the sword’

LEAFING through the souvenirs I’ve accumulated from the DOSC (Downtown Oakland Senior Center) in California of Uncle Sam country— what else but the beloved...

The country is greater than its presidents

DID WE ever have a President who upheld the good of the country rather than his own? Look back into our array of past...

Down memory lane – with music

WHAT song ignites your past? Like a blazing torch that lights up the nooks and crannies of the mind, all the shadows vanish, and...

Down memory lane – with poetry

CAN YOU turn back the hands of time? Only through memory that stands the test of time. I’m going down memory lane with...

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