Three Quote Challenge: Day 3

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(500 words)

Rhonda Byrne, creator of The Secret answered four questions as part of their ‘Secret Scrolls’ newsletter last year. Her answers are inspiring and illuminating. I’ve posted number one as my ‘quote,’ but the others are linked to below if you’d like to read further advice from her.

Question 

Pinelopi: I would like to ask Rhonda how I can ignore the negative people/situations around me and focus on love & appreciation at the same time.

Answer

The way to deal with negative people or situations in your life is not to judge them. Have no judgment about negativity versus positivity. Neither is actually good nor bad. They’re both equal, but just different choices.

If you have the freedom to be positive, then you must allow others the freedom to be negative. No one can force you to be negative, just as you cannot force another to be positive.  You are free to choose what you want for you – and you choose positivity.  And it’s great that you choose positivity because your life will be much easier and filled with great things because of that choice.

It’s not your job to change other people. Your only job is you, and that is such a relief!  Let the others be as they are, and you be the shining example of love, appreciation, and positivity, and through that you will uplift others.

In the early stages, before you’ve stabilized yourself in a more positive, feeling-good frequency, other people and their negativity can seem to take you down.  In these cases, often the easiest thing to do is remove yourself as gracefully as you can from the situation. Do it as often as you need to. Remember – your job is you.

The better you feel, the less anyone else can affect you. Ultimately – when you’re feeling really good – no one else will affect you.  The better you feel the less problems you see.  The better you feel the less you will encounter anything negative. So, the ultimate task ahead is to feel good, and remember this: feeling good is your natural state of being.  You don’t have to work yourself into a frenzy to get there – all you have to do is not pay attention to the negative stuff. Don’t give any attention to negative thoughts; they don’t belong to you.  Don’t give your attention to negative feelings; they’re just sensations, and if you let them be, they will pass through you quickly. And don’t judge anyone or anything. In other words, don’t have an opinion about others.

In The Secret 10th Anniversary edition I shared ten of the most life changing insights I’ve had over the last ten years.  Here is one of them that is relevant for you:

“THE FEWER OPINIONS YOU HAVE, THE FEWER CONCLUSIONS YOU COME TO, AND THE FEWER FIXED IDEAS YOU HOLD TO, THE MORE BLISS AND JOY WILL BE YOURS.”

I absolutely promise you that if you can follow this insight your life will transform! No matter who or what is happening around you, you will find that love and appreciation arises in you naturally, along with a bliss and happiness beyond what you’ve ever felt before.

Rhonda Byrne


Rhonda Byrne question 2

Rhonda Byrne question 3

Rhonda Byrne question 4


And my three nominations for day 3 are:

  • undertones (creative essays, literary fiction, and miscellanea)
  • Queer Tales Queer Tales (disconcerting short stories/excerpts)
  • author’s inspirations (short stories/musings and book extracts, from a remarkable young woman who is completely blind)

Well worth having a look at!

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Click HERE to go to Three Quote Challenge: Day 1 (Charles F. Haanel)
Click HERE to go to Three Quote Challenge: Day 2 (Neville Goddard)

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Three Quote Challenge: Day 2

 

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(850 words)

From Feeling is the Secret [1944] – Neville Goddard (1905-1972)

The World, and all within it, is man’s conditioned consciousness objectified. Consciousness is the cause as well as the substance of the entire world. So it is to consciousness that we must turn if we would discover the secret of creation.

Knowledge of the law of consciousness and the method of operating this law will enable you to accomplish all you desire in life. Armed with a working knowledge of this law, you can build and maintain an ideal world.

Consciousness is the one and only reality, not figuratively but actually. This reality may for the sake of clarity be likened unto a stream which is divided into two parts, the conscious and the subconscious. In order to intelligently operate the law of consciousness, it is necessary to understand the relationship between the conscious and the subconscious. The conscious is personal and selective; the subconscious is impersonal and non-selective. The conscious is the realm of effect; the subconscious is the realm of cause. These two aspects are the male and female divisions of consciousness. The conscious is male; the subconscious is female.

The conscious generates ideas and impresses these ideas on the subconscious; the subconscious receives ideas and gives form and expression to them.

By this law – first conceiving an idea and then impressing the idea conceived on the subconscious – all things evolve out of consciousness; and without this sequence, there is not anything made that is made. The conscious impresses the subconscious, while the subconscious expresses all that is impressed upon it.

The subconscious does not originate ideas, but accepts as true those which the conscious mind feels to be true and, in a way known only to itself, objectifies the accepted ideas. Therefore, through his power to imagine and feel and his freedom to choose the idea he will entertain, man has control over creation. Control of the subconscious is accomplished through control of your ideas and feelings.

The mechanism of creation is hidden in the very depth of the subconscious, the female aspect or womb of creation. The subconscious transcends reason and is independent of induction. It contemplates a feeling as a fact existing within itself and on this assumption proceeds to give expression to it. The creative process begins with an idea and its cycle runs its course as a feeling and ends in a volition to act.

Ideas are impressed on the subconscious through the medium of feeling. No idea can be impressed on the subconscious until it is felt, but once felt – be it good, bad or indifferent – it must be expressed. Feeling is the one and only medium through which ideas are conveyed to the subconscious. Therefore, the man who does not control his feeling may easily impress the subconscious with undesirable states. By control of feeling is not meant restraint or suppression of your feeling, but rather the disciplining of self to imagine and entertain only such feeling as contributes to your happiness.

Control of your feeling is all important to a full and happy life. Never entertain an undesirable feeling, nor think sympathetically about wrong in any shape or form. Do not dwell on the imperfection of yourself or others. To do so is to impress the subconscious with these limitations. What you do not want done unto you, do not feel that it is done unto you or another. This is the whole law of a full and happy life. Everything else is commentary.

Every feeling makes a subconscious impression and, unless it is counteracted by a more powerful feeling of an opposite nature, must be expressed. The dominant of two feelings is the one expressed. I am healthy is a stronger feeling than I will be healthy. To feel I will be is to confess I am not; I am is stronger than I am not.

What you feel you are always dominates what you feel you would like to be; therefore, to be realized, the wish must be felt as a state that is rather than a state that is not.


The subconscious never fails to express that which has been impressed upon it. The moment it receives an impression, it begins to work out the ways of its expression. It accepts the feeling impressed upon it, your feeling, as a fact existing within itself and immediately sets about to produce in the outer or objective world the exact likeness of that feeling. The subconscious never alters the accepted beliefs of man. It out-pictures them to the last detail whether or not they are beneficial.

To impress the subconscious with the desirable state, you must assume the feeling that would be yours had you already realised your wish. In defining your objective, you must be concerned only with the objective itself. The manner of expression or the difficulties involved are not to be considered by you. To think feelingly on any state impresses it on the subconscious. Therefore, if you dwell on difficulties, barriers or delay, the subconscious, by its very non-selective nature, accepts the feeling of difficulties and obstacles as your request and proceeds to produce them in your outer world.


books, lectures, and audio of talks by Neville Goddard


And my three nominations for day 2 are:

  • zu-zu lee  (eclectic and fascinating selection of prose, poetry, science articles, recipes etc.)
  • bloggerinabloggerworld (stories, thoughts, ideas, musings)
  • iwinta (captivating travel blog with many photos)

Well worth having a look at!

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Click HERE to go to Three Quote Challenge: Day 1 (Charles F. Haanel)

Click HERE to go to Three Quote Challenge: Day 3 (Rhonda Byrne)

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If you are interested in joining a fortnightly 400 word story group please contact me and I’ll send details.

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Three Quote Challenge: Day 1

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To Cut a Short Story Short was nominated by the mysterious ‘She’ at This-door-is-alarmed. So, many thanks to ‘She’ and please check her blog out, it is intriguing and entertaining!

The GUIDELINES are:

  • Thank the person who nominated you.
  • Post one quote per day over three days.
  • Nominate 3 blogs per day to take part in the challenge.

It’s entirely voluntary and there’s no time limit for completion.

So this is quite an easy and interesting ‘challenge,’ without the need to make long lists of things you like etc. I personally enjoyed compiling and editing my quotes, and checking out some of my favourite blogs again!


(800 words)

Selected Points from Week 1 of The Master Key [1912] by Charles F. Haanel (1866-1949)

5. We cannot express powers that we do not possess. The only way by which we may secure possession of power is to become conscious of power, and we can never become conscious of power until we learn that all power is from within.
6. There is a world within – a world of thought and feeling and power; of light and life and beauty and, although invisible, its forces are mighty.
7. The world within is governed by mind. When we discover this world we shall find the solution for every problem, the cause for every effect; and since the world within is subject to our control, all laws of power and possession are also within our control.
8. The world without is a reflection of the world within. What appears without is what has been found within. In the world within may be found infinite Wisdom, infinite Power, infinite Supply of all that is necessary, waiting for unfolding, development and expression. If we recognise these potentialities in the world within they will take form in the world without.
9. Harmony in the world within will be reflected in the world without by harmonious conditions, agreeable surroundings, the best of everything. It is the foundation of health, and an essential to greatness, all power, all attainment, all achievement and all success.
10. Harmony in the world within means the ability to control our thoughts, and to determine for ourselves how any experience is to affect us.

24. All agree that there is but one Principle or Consciousness pervading the entire Universe, occupying all space, and being essentially the same in kind at every point of its presence. It is all-powerful, all wisdom and always present. All thoughts and things are within Itself. It is all in all.
25. There is but one consciousness in the Universe able to think, and when it thinks its thoughts become objective things to it. As this Consciousness is omnipresent it must be present within every individual; each individual must be a manifestation of that Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnipresent Consciousness.
26. As there is only one Consciousness in the Universe that is able to think, it necessarily follows that your consciousness is identical with the Universal Consciousness, or, in other words, all mind is one mind. There is no dodging this conclusion.
27. The consciousness that focuses in your brain cells is the same consciousness which focuses in the brain cells of every other individual. Each individual is but the individualization of the Universal, the Cosmic Mind.
28. The Universal Mind is static or potential energy; it simply is; it can manifest only through the individual, and the individual can manifest only through the Universal. They are one.
29. The ability of the individual to think is his ability to act on the Universal and bring it into manifestation. Human consciousness consists only in the ability of man to think. Walker says, “Mind in itself is believed to be a subtle form of static energy, from which arise the activities called ‘thought,’ which is the dynamic phase of mind. Mind is static energy, thought is dynamic energy – the two phases of the same thing.” Thought is therefore the vibratory force formed by converting static mind into dynamic mind.

34. The Universal Mind is the life principle of every atom which is in existence; every atom is continually striving to manifest more life; all are intelligent, and all are seeking to carry out the purpose for which they were created.

41. In order to express life there must be mind; nothing can exist without mind. Everything which exists is some manifestation of this one basic substance from which and by which all things have been created and are continually being re-created.
42. We live in a fathomless sea of plastic mind substance. This substance is ever alive and active. It is sensitive to the highest degree. It takes form according to the mental demand. Thought forms the mould or matrix from which the substance expresses itself.

44. Now make the application; select a room where you can be alone and undisturbed; sit erect, comfortably, but do not lounge; let your thoughts roam where they will but be perfectly still for from fifteen minutes to half an hour; continue this for three or four days or for a week until you secure full control of your physical being.
45. Many will find this extremely difficult; others will conquer with ease, but it is absolutely essential to secure complete control of the body before you are ready to progress. In Part Two you will receive instructions for the next step; in the meantime you must have mastered this one.

First published in correspondence course form in 1912, in book form in 1917.

http://www.haanel.com/

Master Key Centenerary Edition (and study course)



And my three nominations for day 1 are:

well worth having a look at!

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Click HERE to read Three Quote Challenge: Day 2 (Neville Goddard)

Click HERE to read Three Quote Challenge: Day 3 (Rhonda Byrne)

To purchase the stories up to June 2017 in paperback, Kindle eBook, and audiobook form, and for news on new titles, please see Shop.

If you are interested in joining a fortnightly 400 word story group please contact me and I’ll send details.

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Guest Post: Until the Nows Come Home

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Until the Nows Come Home by PETER RUNFOLA

(400 words)

“Honestly, I really just don’t feel like doing that – or anything, truly – right at the moment. But … later? Yeah, sure – I’ll do it later.” So says This Moment. “Yeah, right – that’s my name – lovingly coined by my dear mother, Here, & equally dear dad, Now.” “And, they’re both quite proud of their little brainstorm … in name anyway. Now {oops, sorry, Dad} if only I could live up to the immediacy imbued into my very being.“

“Hey, little bro. Chill. This moment / That moment … whichever. They’re all pretty much the same if you think about it. Just depends on exactly when you’re saying it. They’re rather interchangeable, amorphous, er, liquid, if you like.” So says big brother, Whenever. “It’s all a matter of Perspective – if I may interject our dear cousin into the conversation.”

“Ok. Whenever – whatever you say,” says This Moment. “But there’s just too much wiggle room in your approach. There are too many cracks and crevices for all kinds of variables to hide themselves in. Allowing excuses and built-in-rationalizations to walk on stage and take the play in a total different direction. Make it this amorphous wishy-washy pie-in-the-sky thing to do, Later, if I’m allowed to bring him into the conversation.”

“Hey – lay off ‘Later.’ He does the best he can. And besides … just because something – this thing isn’t happening NOW – who says that it’s not going to happen when ‘Later’ gets his hands on it?” He’s helped me out of countless little scheduling conflicts over the years,” offers Whenever. “You ought to give him a call. He’s a good man. And as good a cousin to have as either of us could hope for.”

“Hmm. Ok. I see your point. But, why are you bringing our dear cousin into the conversation? Because you miss him? Or as a convenient way to cover your back? Tell me true – because the truth will come out eventually. It always does.” Offers up This Moment.

“Look, bro. You and I will never see things the same. My ‘now’ is your ‘later.’ My ‘this’ is your ‘that.’ Our relationship is nothing but a carny’s shell game gone awry. We can obfuscate until the Nows come home and about as far as we’ll get is to agree to disagree.” Regardless. ‘Love Ya, Bro’. Talk with you again Later … or Now as the case may be.” Said Whenever.



This is the first ever guest post on my blog! It’s written by a fellow-writer in the fortnightly story group I run. He’s an artist, writer, craftsman, and all-round clever guy. I highly recommend visiting his blog at https://aspoonfulofmiracle.wordpress.com/ for more of his idiosyncratic writings!

The above is one of my favourites, witty and funny, originally published in December 2017. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Also, I just discovered that there’s a Part II,  previouslly unbeknown to me!

https://aspoonfulofmiracle.wordpress.com/2017/12/14/until-the-nows-come-home/

https://aspoonfulofmiracle.wordpress.com/2017/12/15/until-the-nows-come-home-part-ii/

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Mediumship Development – A Personal Experience

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Readers of this blog may have noticed a certain psychic/spiritual theme to many stories. Well, I think I’ve always had an interest in things supernatural, but recently I had the opportunity to join a ‘development circle,’ so I thought I would share my experiences, for those with an interest in such things. In the ‘spirit’ of my Madeleine McCann article, I’m going to keep it short, to 750 words in this case, otherwise it could easily go on to ten times that!

Well, I’d heard the term ‘sitting for development’ and ‘development,’ but never realised what it meant. In a nutshell it means developing the ability to communicate with the dead!
I’d been to some demonstrations of mediumship in the last three years. It was all new to me then.
“I feel I’m with the lady in blue over here. Can you take the name, Alec?” The medium, a youngish man, asks attentively, whilst caressing a large crystal.
“Yes,” replies the lady, about sixty, smartly dressed and large in size. I’ve found women at these things always seem to be fairly massive.
“He’d be about five foot eleven, is that right?”
“Yes.”
“I’m feeling a sharp pain in my chest. I believe he’s showing me he died of a heart attack. I think it’s your father.”
“Yes,” the lady dabs her eyes with a tissue.
The medium smiles in his best sympathetic manner. Inside he knows he’s onto another successful ‘reading.’ All in a day’s work. Job done.
It was at one of these demonstrations when the (same) medium gave detailed information about a young lad who had lived next door to some friends I’d gone to the meeting with, a husband and wife, when they lived in France. He named the boy as Etienne, saying he had always been sick and died of cancer at the age of six. ‘But he says he’s well again now.’
My friends confirmed the account as being completely correct. So that was the turning point for me. Irrefutable evidence of life after death. How could he possibly have known about that lad, never mind all the other accurate ‘readings’ given that evening?
I felt quite a bit happier after that, knowing I was never going to die! Well, I’ll leave the ‘Earth plane’ for a sojourn in the wonderful world of spirit, but, as Arnie says, ‘I’ll be back’!
One surprising thing I’ve learnt is that recently-departed spirits haven’t changed much, if at all. If they were argumentative and swore a lot, well that’s what they’re still like. It presumably takes a few more lifetimes to ‘purify’ them.
So nearly three years later I’m sitting in a [literal] circle with a medium and several students, wondering what’s going to happen! The medium, a ubiquitously large lady with a down-to-Earth manner and pleasant demeanour, says we’re going to work psychically. As opposed to ‘with spirit.’ I don’t even know the difference but go along with a ‘guided meditation’ (“The sky is blue and the sun is warm and you are walking along a country road. Then you spot an old antique shop and decide to explore …”) and an exercise based on ‘scanning’ my partner, trying to keep my mind still, and desperately hoping for some kind of ‘impression.’ Suddenly, as my hand reaches a point on the lady equating to an age of 45, I visualize a penguin! Feeling foolish I say, “Did you have anything to do with penguins when you were about 45?!”
To my great surprise, she says, yes, she visited an island in Australia covered with penguins!
My first ‘result’!
Ah, but now I understand what it’s about. ‘Psychic’ means using the mysterious powers of the mind (psychometry, remote viewing, precognition etc.) – ‘ESP’ – but Spiritual, in the mediumistic sense, means contact with actual spirits.
But who are these spirits you may well ask? Well, they are spirit people who have reincarnated enough to learn what they needed to learn to now act as guides to newer ‘passed-over’ spirits and to mediums and hopeful wannabe mediums.
So, ‘development’ in the sense of ‘development circles’ is all about making contact with these ‘higher beings.’ In fact, we learn that some of them have always been with us, we just didn’t know it. But after months and years and decades (depending on initial talent or lack thereof) you can learn to quiet the mind and let ‘spirit step in’ and make contact with them.
This is done by receiving ‘impressions’ through the five ‘clairs,’ Clairvoyance (‘clear seeing’), Clairaudience (‘clear hearing’), Clairsentience (‘clear feeling,’) Clairgustance (‘clear tasting,’) and Clairalience (‘clear smelling’).
By learning to correctly interpret these impressions on the ‘mirror of the mind’ (to quote Harry Edwards) the higher beings or ‘guides’ can then connect with you and impart ‘spiritual’ information as well as organising the departed to communicate through you, when/if you reach a high enough level of ability.
Anyway, early days right now. I’ll post an update in a year’s time – when hopefully I will have made the acquaintance of a guide or two!

 

Recommended Books

Gordon Smith: Developing Mediumship: Down to Earth and anecdotal advice.

Doris Stokes: Voices in my Ear: Biography of a famous medium, quite harrowing in places.

Michael Newton: Journey of Souls: Brilliant analysis of the afterlife and its processes, obtained by deep hypnosis.

Harry Edwards: Life in Spirit: Advice about all aspects of mediumship and healing.

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Don’t forget to check out some of the other stories on the blog. There are over 200! 

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To purchase the stories (up to June 2017) in paperback, Kindle eBook, and audiobook form, please see Shop.

If you are interested in joining a fortnightly 400 word story group please contact me and I’ll send details.

Don’t forget to check out some of the other stories on the blog. There are over 200! 

Reviews of TCASSS

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My book, To Cut a Short Story Short: 111 Little Stories, was published on 1st June 2018. Whilst I can’t claim it has been a bestseller (if only!), I thought I’d share the three reviews it has attracted so far.
It is available in three formats: Kindle, paperback and audiobook. The paperback is attractive and very good quality, and the audiobook is read by Angus Freathy and is, I think, hugely enjoyable!
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Incidentally, there is a second volume due to be published at the end of 2018. That will be 88 stories. Whilst still generally under 1000 words, the stories are longer than the first volume, so even though there are fewer, the book will be half as big again as volume one, so due to be around 380 pages.
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J.W. George
5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding Stories
13 March 2018Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audiobook
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“To Cut a Short Story Short” is a collection of 111 short stories by author Simon J. Wood. As far as I can tell, this is the author’s debut work. The book (audiobook) is a remarkable quantity of short, intriguing tales that demonstrate a tremendous scope of story-telling skill. (The title is also quite clever, as there’s already a few variations of “To Cut a Long Story Short.”) The stories are brought to life by the phenomenal narrator, Angus Freathy.

In the spirit of full disclosure, I’m already a huge Angus Freathy fan, which is why I selected him to narrate my historical novels. Mr. Freathy is an absolutely superb voice actor. In addition to the classical British, Masterpiece Theater-esque gravitas he provides, he also demonstrates a very impressive array of accents and voices. His accents are wonderful in “A Friend in Need,” which takes the listener to a hot, sultry night in Rio. Across more than one hundred unique tales, the dialogue is crisp and distinctive. I don’t think Mr. Wood could have made a better choice for his narrator.

Mr. Wood’s stories, however, are equally excellent. Very short stories can be a tremendous challenge for an author, but he consistently rises to the occasion. In a span of a few minutes, he seizes the listener’s attention, and transports the listener to an intriguing setting with intriguing characters. Sometimes the tales are remarkably brief (like “The Majorette” or “What the Devil.”) “Caravan of Nightmares,” however, delivers the goods with over twenty-five minutes of content.

The author quickly establishes himself as a master story-teller, with each tale captivating the listener. Short stories (and very short stories) like this are part of a wonderful genre that is very easy to appreciate and enjoy. The genre works extremely well in the audiobook format, where listeners may want to immerse themselves in something from beginning to end in less than five minutes (perhaps during a car ride, or while running an errand).

Five stars to Simon J. Wood and “To Cut a Short Story Short.” Literature fans and audiobook fans will love these fascinating tales, with each one delightfully interpreted by an outstanding narrator.

Jane Muir
5.0 out of 5 stars A Truly Eclectic Collection

6 September 2017

Format: Kindle edition
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Simon J Wood has written a truly eclectic collection of short stories which take us on a sometimes off-beat journey through a variety of themes; with such diverse genres as science fiction, fantasy, and the supernatural, whilst others offer a helping of romance and humour.
Even the stories dealing with the everyday hold your attention as the writing is so beautifully descriptive that the characters and scenes jump off the page, becoming instantly real and identifiable.
I particularly enjoyed the humorous take on the afterlife in ‘Angels and Cards’ and the twist in the tale of ‘A Dartmoor Childhood’ and ‘Legless in the Park’, off-set by the unexpected poignancy of ‘I Don’t Know What to Write.’
Several of the stories had me laughing out loud, but others, such as the disturbingly chilling ‘Caravan of Nightmares’ left me with a decided feeling of unease….
A great book to dip into for a quick read, or read from cover to cover and travel the roller-coaster of genres in one go.
In conclusion, there is something here for everyone.
Jane Muir – author of Amazon e-book ‘That Feel-Good Factor’.
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Andrew Truscott
5.0 out of 5 stars A very different kind of story book from Simon J Wood

10 September 2017

Format: Paperback
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What a clever and special idea! What could be better value than 111 stories in a single book, each one quite unique and equally intriguing. They are a snapshot of something bigger and they leave you wondering what went before and what happens after. Pick it up when you have a moment or, if you can, ration yourself to a couple a week, that way they will last all year. I intended to read the stories as an interlude between longer books but I found it difficult to put down.

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The Optimist Creed

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I Promise Myself …

• To be so strong that nothing can disturb my peace of mind.

• To talk health, happiness, and prosperity to every person I meet.

• To make all my friends feel that there is something in them.

• To look at the sunny side of everything and make my optimism come true.

• To think only of the best, to work only for the best, and to expect only the best.

• To be just as enthusiastic about the success of others as I am about my own.

• To forget the mistakes of the past and press on to the greater achievements of the future.

• To wear a cheerful countenance at all times and give every living creature I meet a smile.

• To give so much time to the improvement of myself that I have no time to criticize others.

• To be too large for worry, too noble for anger, too strong for fear, and too happy to permit the presence of trouble.

• To think well of myself and to proclaim this fact to the world, not in loud words, but in great deeds.

• To live in the faith that the whole world is on my side, so long as I am true to the best that is in me.

 

 

The Optimist Creed by Christian D. Larson (1912)

Simon’s Lamb and Vegetable Madras Curry

 
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(575 words + ingredients)
And now for something completely different ….
Welcome back to my blog, and this week to one of my favourite recipes. The word ‘curry’ was adopted and anglicized from the Tamil word kari, meaning ‘sauce’ and the first recipe in English for an Indian-style curry is reputed to have appeared in the 1774 edition of Hannah Glasse’s The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy.
This is a delicious, easy-to-make version, ‘of my own devising,’ using both minced and whole lamb! 
 
Start by slicing a couple of onions and fry for five to ten minutes, then add chopped, crushed garlic to taste, and fry for a further five minutes. I like to use about six cloves. Someone told me I could use chopped onion from a jar and garlic paste, but watering eyes and stinky hands are part of cooking for me, and I just love the smell of them frying! I like to use virgin olive oil, but you can use any oil or ghee
 
Then brown 250g of minced lamb and about the same amount of chopped lamb. Add a WHOLE jar of Patak’s Madras curry paste (283g), two tins of plum tomatoes (breaking the tomatoes up a bit) and a squirt of tomato paste. I’ll also add a stock cube or two here, lamb if I can get it, otherwise beef. Add about a tinful of water, the onions and garlic and put the meat to simmer for 45 minutes.
 
I like to add additional spices, as there is a lot of meat and vegetables to flavour, so I’ll put a heaped teaspoonful or two of whatever takes my fancy onto a saucer – ground cumin, paprika, coriander etc. and about four to six heaped teaspoonfuls of hot chilli powder – to create a spicy mix.
 
Fry the spices in oil for a few minutes, then add to the meat and stir well. Add in a few bay leaves and some cardamom pods, bearing in mind that not everyone likes spitting out the inedible pods!
 
There’s nothing I like more in a curry than juicy cauliflower, so chop half to three quarters of a medium cauli into small florets and add to the mix once the 45 minutes are up. Then peel and chop three medium carrots and add. Finally, peel two to three medium spuds, chop and add. I’ve found by doing the veggies in this order they will be equally cooked. By this stage there is a lot of food so I divide it into two pans. I don’t usually find it necessary to add more water (and it can always be added after cooking) but you can add a little more as required.
 
Let the curry simmer for a further 30-45 minutes, adding four medium chopped tomatoes after 15 minutes. Then test to see if the cauliflower is tender but still al dente, and that the other vegetables are also cooked. Towards the end of the cooking throw in a couple of handfuls of frozen peas. Finally, check the spiciness and add a teaspoonful or two of crushed chillis to [lip-numbing] taste!
 
That’s it. Serve with basmati rice, chopped fresh coriander, yoghurt, diced fresh tomato and cucumber, lime pickle, mango chutney, or whatever takes your fancy. And for those with hollow legs, or if you’ve a horde to feed, add a selection of poppadoms, naan breads, puris, and chapatis. Serves eight to ten and freezes beautifully. Enjoy!
Ingredients
2 onions
1-6 garlic cloves
250g minced lamb
250g diced lamb
2 tins plum tomatoes
I tbsp tomato puree
I jar (283g) Patak’s Madras curry paste
1-2 stock cubes, lamb or beef
1-6 bay leaves
1 medium cauliflower
3 medium carrots
2-3 medium potatoes
4 medium tomatoes
1 cup frozen peas
optional
1-2 tsp ground cumin
1-2 tsp ground paprika
1-2 tsp ground coriander
1-4 tsp hot chilli powder
1-2 tsp crushed chilli
6-12 cardomom pods
fresh coriander leaves (garnish)
(I use heaped teaspoonfuls)
Note: this article was originally published on 26th Mar 2018 (as a page, not a post) on Community Pool. Here is a link to the original [slightly shorter] article (with comments):
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400 followers, 400 great posts!

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It doesn’t seem very long ago that I wrote excitedly to a friend, to tell them that I had fifty followers! Now, just over 18 months after starting my blog, the number is over 400!

So, thank you very much to all those who have followed my blog, To Cut a Short Story Short, a site where I feature my ‘flash fiction’ tales.

A number of followers regularly ‘like’ and/or comment on my stories, so a very sincere ‘thank you’ to those people, I really do appreciate it.

When I receive an e-mail about a new follower there is a list of three posts they’ve made (unless it’s a brand new blog). So, to celebrate having reached 400 followers, I’ve picked the most intriguing-sounding of the three posts for each follower and listed them below, both by follower and by date followed. Please note that the links are as per the date of the ‘follow.’

Where there were no posts listed for a particular follower, I’ve given a link to their website, where they may well have subsequently posted. Please note that I haven’t checked every link, so apologies if they don’t all work.

If you are a follower and have an alternative link you’d prefer, then please let me know via my contact page and I’ll be pleased to change it.

So I hope you will find this a fascinating resource, and please feel free to share it!

Please note that the links column may not appear if viewed on a phone. The tables are best viewed on a tablet or computer.

Best wishes, Simon.

1, By follower name

2. By follower date (ascending order)

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Followers by name:-

follower

date

link

1

‘Deleted’

14/11/2016

Tip of the day

2

365daysofkindness

25/08/2016

Blog post title

3

3sistersabroad

05/12/2016

Paris – Tour of the City

4

A.M. Sanders

20/07/2017

Maverick: Chilean Resistance Fighter

5

Aak fictionspawn

04/12/2016

The End of Days

6

AATIF

16/09/2017

promote your poetry blog with us

7

Abbie Lu

27/11/2017

Quick Getaway Reads

8

ActressInReality

10/07/2017

Ocean in Reality

9

addie north

15/11/2016

Life on the Island… So Far

10

adityabhartiyamathur

21/11/2016

An advice for aspiring authors

11

AggieSoon

01/06/2017

Don’t burn that piano. Not yet.

12

Akhil Sreedhar

11/09/2017

Friends with benefits

13

Alex Kolaczek

11/12/2017

Wake Up and Smell The Stench of Humanity

14

alexandranicolesmith

22/07/2017

Who do YOU say I am?

15

Alexis Chateau

22/08/2016

A Year of Blogging on WordPress: What I Learned

16

AlittleBitof’SoMuchOfMe’

23/08/2017

Human Being

17

allfiveinone

24/02/2017

Me and the grass

18

amaan2017225

30/01/2017

So.. if I had a Dragon..

19

amanda

05/02/2018

PanOptic Voices

20

amber

18/01/2018

The Journey Begins

21

amberreneerussell

10/09/2016

The Big Scary Scale

22

Ancient Beauty

06/03/2017

Best Known Indian Beauty Secret and More

23

Angie

02/09/2017

The Old Green Singers

24

Anna

21/11/2016

An Ode to Halloween

25

anniebaruah

14/11/2016

Bumla & Sungstar lake

26

Anu’s Creative Journey

17/10/2016

Achieving, Right or Wrong!!

27

Anuj !

06/02/2018

Hit Me Up.

28

anuragbakhshi

13/11/2017

My Best Friend’s Murder

29

apocketfullofwanderlust

17/07/2017

Game: what is the weirdest thing you’ve ever done during a trip?

30

April FL

02/10/2016

Funny Text Messages (Wrong Person)

31

Aquileana

20/07/2017

Psicoanálisis: Sigmund Freud: “Complejo de Edipo no Resuelto y Homosexualidad”.-

32

Arrowhead Freelance and Publishing

06/02/2018

Nauru: The World’s Least Visited Country. — The Wakaholic

33

Ashutosh Gursale

24/01/2017

About the Fables

34

ashutoshrg

17/04/2017

Writing Tips #5(First Person/ Second Person/ Third Person Narrative)

35

askriverbed

03/10/2016

Dream a Better Dream

36

Asra

01/11/2017

THE ANTI-CAT BRIGADE IN EVERY CAT PERSON’S LIFE

37

Author Mikki Noble

16/11/2017

The Car Ate My Key!

38

authorsinspirations

28/07/2017

Oh, humble, hubristic blogger

39

Ayesha

23/01/2017

Big lad 

40

AZ Pascoe

09/09/2016

The Truth About Rehab

41

bad301

28/01/2017

341 days, 4 hours, 38 minutes ago…

42

bahmanmalwan

13/09/2017

Musa on the brink

43

Bare Nights

22/06/2017

Hens Night Ideas Melbourne | Hens Night Packages – Bare Nights

44

Beach Books

27/01/2017

no website

45

Becca Barracuda

16/01/2017

The Lawful Brothel: Creating Sad Boys Since 2008

46

beerenitynowdoug

23/01/2017

Man things…

47

belikewaterproduction

04/09/2016

Blonde Bombshell Courtney Stodden- HOT or NOT?

48

Bernadette Otieno

17/11/2016

Bedtime Stories – Urban Kenyan Style (PART I)

49

bethanjonessite

09/01/2018

flower drawings

50

Bhavana Jha

27/02/2017

You’re Beautiful

51

Bildhauer

09/02/2018

http://austrianbildhauer.wordpress.com/

52

birgundemba

28/08/2017

Geri döndüm ! // Yeni kararım – I am back ! // My new decision 

53

bittmordant

06/07/2017

Too good tbt

54

BlookUp

21/07/2017

Interview : Visitez le Chili en livre avec Mathieu !

55

booandlittleman

26/07/2017

Normon in Disgrace

56

bookishendeavors

01/05/2017

Fangirl

57

Books n All

14/08/2017

Books n All Book Promotions – About

58

braveandrecklessblog

21/11/2016

Bodies in Rest and Motion                  October 28, 2016

59

Bryntin

29/09/2017

Abdullahi Muhammed follows me

60

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11/05/2017

About

61

Butterbee

17/07/2017

One body , One soul and Double Role !!

62

calebhintonblog

21/08/2017

The Aokigahara Forest

63

camille2800

05/01/2018

no website

64

Cari

15/05/2017

Wander, Wander…

65

Carol J Forrester

10/10/2016

A Call For Guest Post Writers!

66

Carrie Villarreal

28/11/2016

A Wintered Heart

67

cathreignn

02/01/2018

no website

68

Chaudron Consulting

20/05/2017

The Bully Pulpit: The Customer Isn’t Always Right

69

ChloeAshWriting

08/05/2017

The Apprentice

70

Chris

17/04/2017

Please Don’t Tell My Momma, This Ain’t Marijuana

71

Christina Lydia

20/09/2016

Bell Hooks’s Response: What Makes Beyoncé’s Lemonade A Strong Topic For This Generation’s Feminists?

72

cimarocks.com

22/05/2017

https://cimarocks.com/

73

Claire

03/07/2017

Crappy Ramen Secrets, Okonomiyaki by Stove Light, & A New Poem

74

claireklingmarieME

09/12/2017

U Prince Series

75

Claudiu Lodromanean

10/02/2018

https://lodro.gallery/

76

clintnixwood

10/07/2017

‘Sea of Diamonds’: A Mover’s Story

77

confabler

23/09/2016

I’ll meet you behind closed eyes

78

consideringcoldcases

13/09/2017

Dorothy Jane Scott: Killed by Mystery Stalker who Taunted her Family for Years Afterward

79

Cooperate Headquarters

08/11/2017

Brainstorming with professionals

80

Cristian Mihai

23/08/2017

What I learned in five years of blogging

81

crystalamayy

05/02/2017

Tree with an open wound.

82

cureonlinepahrmacy

30/12/2017

Ativan 2mg online at cureonlinepharmacy.com

83

Damyanti Biswas

26/09/2016

#InternationalWomensDay Pisses Me Off ! Here’s Why.  #WhatWomenWant

84

Darie.T

29/05/2017

The hostess with the mostest

85

Deepika

17/10/2016

Adulthood Of A Child

86

delaneyr10

24/01/2018

Movie of the Month: The Greatest Showman

87

delicatefighter

05/12/2017

4 surefire ways to achieve your resolutions.

88

dianedeexclana

25/11/2017

Attempting to bark in a Doggy Dog world.

89

diannedodson

15/07/2017

Dianne Dodson Editing First Book Excitement

90

diaryoftheghost

02/01/2017

https://diaryoftheghost.wordpress.com/

91

Didi Oviatt – Author

10/08/2017

Supportive Bloggers, 1st poem

92

Diganta Misra

15/05/2017

Of Shadows and Xenodochy

93

Dire_diarist

13/10/2017

Book review #1 : Who moved my cheese?

94

DirtySciFiBuddha

26/08/2016

Echo Chapter 1

95

Divya Gupta

12/02/2017

Dark is the new bright.

96

dogslegs

08/11/2016

29. How dangerous are Vietnam’s roads?

97

domainworldtower

05/05/2017

Waterford Designers: Jo Sampson

98

Dominik

03/09/2016

Dwayne Johnson Wraps Filming on ‘Fast 8’; Starts Playing ‘Jumanji’ in Two Weeks

99

Dr. Joseph Suglia

24/01/2017

AGAINST “BIZARRO” FICTION

100

echoliteraryjournal

11/08/2017

Welcome to “echo literary journal” blog

101

Ed A. Murray

13/08/2017

We could all learn from Jim Harrison

102

Ed Black

19/01/2018

The Dreaded Journey to Uganda. Part #1

103

editorbtglass

08/01/2018

WHO IS AMANDA?

104

efidon

03/09/2016

Blog

105

ehsanalikhan

27/01/2018

First blog post

106

elbycloud

27/09/2017

Ditto

107

Eliza

18/07/2017

Book Review : The Art of Piano Fingering

108

ellenbest24

16/09/2017

The End of Summer.

109

elonjlerlow

01/08/2017

http://wealthyimagination.wordpress.com/

110

EluminoraCreations

19/12/2017

http://eluminoracreations.wordpress.com/

111

Emily Raper

29/01/2018

A Short Story, Ask My Imagination About Labor Day

112

Essen

16/01/2018

White page

113

estellalynch

17/04/2017

Thank you! My Black Cat Blue Sea Award

114

eternalwakingbeauties

24/05/2017

Embrace Your Gifts

115

Evelina Di Lauro

04/03/2017

Tilt

116

evenburntwoodfloats

26/09/2016

Gravity and Me

117

everydaystrangeblog

08/01/2018

Strange Wednesdays: Turning Schemes into Actuality

118

everythingsouthbound

22/09/2017

Top 10 Movies of All Time

119

existentialtableau

23/02/2018

Existential Tableau

120

Eyes Straight Ahead (Shell Vera)

27/09/2017

I Already Am…

121

Flash-365

24/12/2016

The Big Beautiful Cock

122

flaw rainlight

14/06/2017

Wait. What’s this?

123

Fragments of Fiction

08/06/2017

I am Unmoored

124

Fred Rock

27/09/2016

Friday Fictioneers – Grandma and Teddy – Short Short Story

125

future advocate shubham modi

01/02/2017

General laws rules whose knowledge should be must for all people.                     

126

G D

15/11/2017

Adam: Essence of Time

127

Gabe Burkhardt

14/02/2017

(Almost) Unsalvageable

128

gabigraceblog

05/04/2017

Tumbling with rattlesnakes…

129

Ganesh [ Bhaalchandra] Dabhole

18/11/2016

Personal Memoranda

130

Gastradamus

08/08/2017

Purge brings Bubba back from the dead

131

Gayle Marie

04/10/2016

In Plain Sight

132

geelayo

01/05/2017

Yellow

133

genorainfotech6

17/07/2017

Want To Create An App? App Developing Companies Are Your Solution!

134

Girl711

07/03/2017

….but i won’t. 

135

gnarlyshanti

10/07/2017

The Homeless on Happiness – Pt 2 – Jack

136

godboyisdead

28/06/2017

panoptes

137

hannahway

03/10/2016

Summer Holiday☀️

138

harshita29

21/06/2017

For Dad…

139

Heath Lympaney

24/01/2017

Are You Average?

140

Henrietta Watson

03/02/2017

Repurpose

141

Her Chubby Talks

09/09/2017

http://herchubbytalks.wordpress.com/

142

hi

21/11/2016

Fear

143

His Perfect Timing

18/11/2017

Tell Me Something Good Monday – the Beauty of Darkness

144

hiteshmk

03/07/2017

#3 The New Girl

145

Hoodlum Gray

27/11/2017

UpChuck

146

howtoraiseanadult

18/09/2017

The Woods are Lovely, Dark and Deep.

147

Humanity Lives On

24/10/2016

Talk #02: Surviving or Living?

148

Iain Kelly

09/01/2017

A COG IN THE MACHINE

149

IAmMe

04/04/2017

My Birthday

150

illuminatiofficail

27/01/2018

http://illuminatiofficail.wordpress.com/

151

ilovetobeinvisible

03/07/2017

Symphony of Nature

152

Imani-Amour

15/08/2017

Share Your Own Work + Get Feedback

153

Imran Saeed

06/10/2017

Microfiction Monday #7: The New Trend Kills.

154

inkspiredng

06/08/2017

SILENT RUST

155

irinaaleksandrova

09/10/2017

Poem 24: How I embraced solitude 

156

irumismail

19/06/2017

 UNPARENTING

157

J. A. Allen

24/05/2017

8 Things You Must Do BEFORE Buckling Down to Write that Novel

158

J. E.

31/01/2017

All I Have Asked, I Have Been Given

159

J. Evan Ramos

12/02/2018

Technology Woes

160

J.C. Wolfe

31/01/2017

If I Had Wings

161

Jade M. Wong

05/06/2017

Weekend Coffee Share: The One Where I Start Again

162

jahdielsimon

05/01/2018

(IYANGA) DEFINING BEAUTY….. A MUST READ FOR EVERY AFRICAN WOMAN

163

jaipureader

26/02/2018

Sunday Book Review: The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo

164

James Munro

25/05/2017

Maybe you are actually something special.

165

janowrite

05/08/2017

About Ghosts and Things that Go Bump

166

jaymoorestah

02/01/2018

Hopeful without hope

167

jburton227

04/02/2017

Prices

168

jedi dad

11/12/2017

Meditation poem series: #2

169

jessicaannebreisnes

23/08/2017

If You don’t have Anything Nice to Say…

170

Jessie’s Crafty Quilling

05/03/2018

Mistakes happen and how I fix them

171

Joanne Mulley

03/04/2017

Malala Yousafzai

172

Jon Yolo

29/01/2018

What I Wish My College Advisor Told Me Before Becoming a Finance Major

173

josepgoded

01/03/2017

Netanyahu: The Criminal Who Is Still Free

174

josypheen

18/09/2017

Cycling in Vancouver

175

jrusoloward

09/02/2017

My Adventures in People Watching:  Breaking all the Rules by Making Eye Contact and Talking to Strangers

176

JugglingTheJenkins

09/04/2017

120 Days In-My Time In Jail.  Chapter #16.

177

Jussi Laasonen

19/12/2016

Making a simple adventure game with App Inventor

178

justaplatypus

17/04/2017

Murakami for Beginners: My Take on Birthday Girl

179

justasimplegirl26

27/09/2017

no website

180

k2ktails2

07/03/2017

https://k2ktails2.wordpress.com/

181

Karen W.

20/11/2017

Halloween Unmasking

182

karna

27/01/2017

For Grad

183

katd28

29/12/2016

PT is life

184

Katie H

12/12/2016

no website

185

KavaraStories

12/09/2016

Tied with Bayknot 

186

Kenyan Miss.

26/11/2017

Daddy Issues .

187

Kerine Wint

27/02/2017

Talking Sex with ShanBoody [Inspiration District]

188

khabar7

23/02/2018

Ghaziabad News

189

ki

03/10/2016

dawn

190

King Pan

19/02/2018

About :  History of King Panwars

191

Kiran Âthrey

15/01/2018

Traveling with the time

192

kkatch22

28/02/2018

I Was “Catfished”

193

kristin miller

30/11/2016

The Outdoor Kitchen/Bath: Every mother’s wet dream

194

L. A. Vockins

15/06/2017

Inspiring Quotes For Writers

195

Lady Inkling

08/07/2017

Happiness is you !!

196

Lashini

16/12/2017

The day I reached 20 followers and Robin Sharma responded to my art!

197

LdG luciledegodoy

20/09/2017

Why do I Write? 

198

Lebana

06/09/2017

Chased by the Waves

199

lexiebrookeblog

23/08/2017

How Harry Potter Saved My Life

200

Liam

04/12/2017

The Indigo Bar – Day 1

201

lif3slittlethings

05/03/2018

How to stop caring what others think

202

lifecatetal

10/02/2018

Before,There was Just a Girl With No Cat

203

lifepunchesback

06/11/2017

My Husband the Maid

204

linh13

05/11/2017

School, life, and controversies (2): Rules are created to be broken??

205

LittleFears

03/02/2017

The Little Fears

206

lizzylizabeth

29/04/2017

Swerrt- it’s what you don’t say

207

Lochan

30/11/2016

Bad Habits die hard…

208

LOGO DESIGN

22/01/2018

http://fu9club.wordpress.com/

209

lookingforbritain

20/02/2018

THE LATE NIGHT SHOWING

210

Lorna

07/07/2017

10 Things I’ve Learned in 7 Years of Blogging

211

Lou

12/10/2016

Trying to think of something to say

212

Lourrey Saflor

03/06/2017

Ten European Towns That Captured My Heart

213

Luke Atkins

20/09/2016

How to Make Your Blog Famous

214

M. Avery

16/11/2017

Hello

215

M. R. Gavin

17/01/2018

11/22/63 Review

216

Madekesiworld

02/01/2018

No longer followers or subscribers, just family

217

magicquill17

16/08/2017

Sleepless nights- A Conversation with my brain

218

Mahika

28/11/2017

An Eternal Polyseme

219

Makayla Nielson

11/10/2016

Ancestor Photos & Stories

220

Malaika

10/01/2017

New Year, Same Me

221

Manisha

29/05/2017

Thunderstorm and magic 

222

manishasingh14

21/02/2018

http://wonderfulday14.wordpress.com/

223

Maria Klug

02/11/2017

http://maria90266.wordpress.com/

224

Marigold blooms…

11/09/2016

Castle Peephole

225

Mark Leiker

11/02/2018

What to do when you just don’t know what you should be doing…

226

Mary M-D

11/02/2017

Nice Things

227

Matt

31/03/2017

Changing Perspectives; Mind over Money Part 1

228

Matthew

11/04/2017

Writer, Rulebreaker, Homewrecker: The Many Faces of Hank Moody

229

meetmeinnevada

03/10/2016

What Do You Call a Friend Whom You Are No Longer Friends With?

230

Melanie Gabrell

16/01/2018

Doodles- Hermione Granger

231

Melting Ice Towers

15/05/2017

BRUNT:  THE PIMP’in VOYAGE

232

meredithinks

14/07/2017

Cactus

233

midnightmusings2065

08/03/2017

#1 Let me be 

234

milieux01

28/08/2017

Khutulun: It’s normal to be a badass girl

235

Miri Elm

10/11/2017

Because You Let Me

236

miscellaneousthoughts08

18/12/2017

http://miscellaneousthoughtsdotcodotin.wordpress.com/

237

Mohamad Al Karbi

28/04/2017

Home is where the heart is.

238

Moosmosis

28/08/2017

http://moosmosis.wordpress.com/

239

Mozalfa Ilyas

20/01/2017

Blackpool, Family and Rock

240

Mr.X

27/09/2016

Up all Night to get (Un)Lucky

241

mroseberry6

18/12/2017

Garden art is a nice addition to any garden

242

msarora

22/11/2017

Come… fall in love

243

munabanana

01/01/2018

To everyone I walked away from…

244

Muskaan Aga Khan

29/01/2018

 YEAR’S EVE’ 2k18

245

Muthu

04/10/2016

Learning to un

246

mydaisydaze

02/01/2018

Does your village know you love them?

247

Naaria

05/12/2016

Relax

248

nadiaharhash

05/12/2017

يا ستي يا ختيارةيا زينة كل الحارة

249

Nadine Banna

05/04/2017

The definition of Love

250

namingmyvoice

26/02/2018

LETTER TO LITTLE ME

251

nataliemath

04/05/2017

https://nataliemath.wordpress.com/

252

natalieslovelyblog

27/08/2016

100 Things To Do If You’re Sad

253

Người Đến Từ Bình Dương

15/04/2017

Lịch sử và truyền thuyết về tổ Bồ Đề Đạt Ma

254

Nicholas K. Jaynes

22/01/2018

My First Blog and what is planned

255

Nicole

19/12/2016

rory sucks

256

nijah52

05/01/2018

Holiday Rocky Road Pudding!!

257

nikolainukomet

19/07/2017

https://nikolainukomet.wordpress.com/

258

Nis

17/02/2018

carnival

259

Niveditha Prabhakar

02/01/2018

The power to make them powerless.

260

nomaddernomadder

08/01/2018

I’m Shocked!

261

Nostalgia Diaries

20/02/2017

Week 3: Find Your Must | Everyday Nostalgia

262

nuacras

10/07/2017

At My Funeral

263

Nusrath Sariffo’deen

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266

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267

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Blue 

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274

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31/10/2017

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275

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30/08/2017

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276

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277

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278

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281

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282

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283

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284

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285

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286

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22/12/2016

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287

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288

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289

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290

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291

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292

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293

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294

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295

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296

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298

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299

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300

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301

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302

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303

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304

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305

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306

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307

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308

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309

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310

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311

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312

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313

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314

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315

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316

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317

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318

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319

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320

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321

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322

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323

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324

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325

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17/08/2017

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326

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04/07/2017

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327

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30/05/2017

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328

sneha

03/07/2017

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329

Sonai Sasi

26/08/2016

The Dilemma ( a short story)

330

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25/12/2016

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331

Soul On Rice

23/08/2017

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332

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05/02/2018

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333

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13/04/2017

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334

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20/03/2017

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335

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336

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337

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338

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339

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348

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349

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351

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352

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353

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354

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355

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13/09/2016

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356

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357

The Shining Gem

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358

The Tale-Teller

10/02/2018

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359

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30/07/2017

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360

Thechaoticmind

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361

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362

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03/10/2016

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366

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367

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368

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374

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24/06/2017

Life in a Moment

375

Tim Miller

12/01/2018

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376

TJ

14/11/2016

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377

TM

03/11/2017

Reflections: Blog Briefs

378

tnkerr

29/05/2017

Ghostly Ship With A Spectral Crew

379

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08/01/2018

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380

Tom @ {Tech} for Travel

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381

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382

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20/03/2017

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Review of The Silent Land, Interview With Author David Dunham, and Giveaway For a Copy of The Silent Land!

387

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388

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21/10/2017

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389

Universe Theyself

15/02/2018

If Your Child Shows Any of These Signs They Are A Natural Born Empath by Simple Capacity

390

UNLIMBITED TREE SERVICE, INC.

11/06/2017

Tree Service Ellicott City – Professional, Expert, Tree Removal Company

391

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26/09/2016

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392

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23/12/2017

MATTERS ENVIRONMENT,INTRODUCTION.

393

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18/09/2017

Frank Created a Black Hole

394

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24/10/2017

The Mystery Blogger Award

395

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04/04/2017

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396

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08/11/2017

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397

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02/06/2017

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398

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08/05/2017

6 Ways Writing to Music Can Inspire Powerful Stories

399

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25/08/2017

Mumbai – Beauty and the Beast

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wandering in my genes

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401

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29/07/2017

The Intelligent Traveler.

402

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Love From Beyond episode three

403

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404

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18/12/2017

Read over 150 short screenplay loglines in 27 genres

405

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406

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The Ultimate Guide to Traveling Japan (for Beginners)

407

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408

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13/02/2017

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409

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23/11/2017

You Should Be Dancin’, Yeah

410

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29/09/2017

Updated Version! How to deal with Social Anxiety?!

411

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17/04/2017

The Blue Sky Tag

412

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The Forgotten Island

413

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414

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07/06/2017

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415

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04/07/2017

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416

YOUR AVERAGE PEAHEAD.

20/03/2017

A LETTER TO THE DOPEST FIFTEEN YEAR OLD I’VE KNOWN. (Somewhat)

417

Zainab Hashmi

18/02/2018

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20/09/2016

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26/09/2016

#InternationalWomensDay Pisses Me Off ! Here’s Why.  #WhatWomenWant

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26

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27

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28

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27/09/2016

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31

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03/10/2016

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47

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48

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24/10/2016

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49

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56

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120

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129

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130

trulyunplugged

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131

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132

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133

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134

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136

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137

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138

Nadine Banna

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139

Peace Kathure

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140

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141

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142

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144

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147

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148

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149

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150

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203

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238

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254

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