D.H. Lawrence: the Good and the Bad

Author D.H. Lawrence (1885—1930) is best known for his worst novel, Lady Chatterley’s Lover. But he also wrote some genuinely fine works of fiction, including the short story, “Tickets, Please”.

Transcending the Realm of Reality

Our eternal bond transcends this realm of reality; as bodies of light ascend from our flesh, we journey toward purity and truth.

A Rescue Dog Is a Happy Dog

Nothing better than a rescue dog---you are their world.

7 Ways to Get Over a Good Day Hangover

Good day hangovers can come when you least expect them and they make you want to crawl back in bed and pull the covers over your head. The thing is, if you crawl out of the covers, you can very likely find your way out of Groundhog Day.

In the Space of Chaos

To see the veil of despair lifted and the fog diminish, a sense of peace and serenity fills the space of chaos that needed the affections to be loved.

“Lost in the Cosmos” by Walker Percy

This is the sort of book that a person could hold onto indefinitely, delve into repeatedly, and emerge with an arsenal of life- and sanity-saving insights.

6 Best Tips To Properly Store Your Vape Hardware

Now you know why proper vape device storage is essential, but what are the best tips for storing your vape hardware? Let’s take a look. 

The Music Inside Your Light

The power to control our conduct is essentially the requirement we use in order to move forward and progress in spirituality, and also to maintain peace inside our heart and soul.

Carry the Light of Healing

Walk the turtle with the assurance of being prepared to endure all aspects of difficulty without feelings of insecurity or fears, knowing we carry the light of healing.

Dogs — If Only They Could Live Forever

Thanks to all the people that have posted and drawn these lovely expressions about our pets.

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