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  Category: Articles » Articles by Author » Author: Grace L. Judson
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1.Why Be Normal?
When you think about it, it's pretty funny, the things that we'll do to be what our society considers normal. Just look at any band of teenagers in a shopping mall or outside a high school, and you'll see the lengths to ...
[Added: 14 Nov 2006   Hits: 827   Words: 499]

2.Don't Should On Yourself!
The best New Year's resolution I ever made and the only one I ever kept was to never make another New Year's resolution. I am dismayed by the number of people who doggedly, stubbornly make their ...
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3.The Evils of Story Time: When Stories Become Malignant
From earliest childhood, we all love story time. We beg our parents for bedtime tales (as much to postpone "lights out" as to hear the stories, of course); we look forward to story hour in kindergarten; and we cluster around ...
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4.Have You Fed Your Life Today?
Last summer, I fertilized my outdoor potted plants for the first time ever. It's one of those things I always meant to do, and I'd purchased the organic fertilizer months before. For some time, the bottle ...
[Added: 14 Nov 2006   Hits: 866   Words: 665]

5.Reality is Now
The only thing that is truly real is the present moment. Neither the past nor the future exist. The past is a story we tell ourselves about what happened. Even eyewitness histories and recordings are only inaccurate depictions of the events that transpired. The ...
[Added: 04 Nov 2006   Hits: 765   Words: 620]

6.Let Your Light Out!
Here in the northern hemisphere, we've passed the autumnal equinox; the days are shorter than the nights, and getting ever more so, till the solstice in December. Although I enjoy this time of year I like the cooler weather, the changes ...
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