Embracing the world with positive creativity since Sept 2007.
All My lovely vampires went to hell last night.
And the diamond fangs of malice
that so pleasured my throat’s whimpering pulse…
The crimson death serpent growls over…
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The suicide of 15-year old Jamie Hubley earlier this month has left many in a state of shock and profound sadness. The best way to understand how this event has affected people across Canada and the rest of the world is to read some of the messages left in the …Continue
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Jeff and Chris Eagar are the producers and hosts of the Gemini Nominated travel-adventure series "Which Way To..." The Newfoundland natives recently completed a coast-to-coast tour of Canada for the upcoming web series "The Great Canadian Adventure Tour," which highlights the uniqueness of communities, towns, cultures, tastes and sounds in each province.
Today, I am pleased to feature Jeff.
Cendrine Marrouat: Hello Jeff, thank you for answering my…Continue
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Yesterday was a day of intense reflection on my end. I decided that it was time to take action.
I want to heighten public awareness of the deleterious impact of abuse and bullying on children and adults alike.
So, here is the idea. I would like to gather testimonies from survivors, their friends and families. These would be featured in a series of articles on my …Continue
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By now, you have probably heard the news. Jamie Hubley, from Ottawa, killed himself a couple of days ago. He was 15... and gay. The usual culprits are involved: bullying and depression.
People should be allowed to love whomever they want, because Love is universal. It has no color, no age, no preference, no religion, and is certainly not a matter of "right" or "wrong". Being gay, bisexual, transgendered, or whatever else in the book has nothing to do with parenthood gone wrong, genes,…Continue
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As you have probably noticed, I am back in promotion mode regarding my last book (Five Years and Counting. A Journey into the Mind of Soul Poetry).
The video that I created and uploaded on YouTube the other day ("Five Years and Counting" in 10 Quotes) has been really well received by viewers. So, I would like to keep…Continue
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Search for Common Ground video by Common Ground Productions.
The search for common ground among different groups of people in the world is a big part of CTI as I understand it. Instead of trying to blog about the Search for Common Ground peeps I’ll take the easy way out and let them speak for themselves through the videos getting posted and this quote:
“Founded in 1982, Search for Common Ground works to transform the way the…Continue
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Here are ten short extracts from my last collection of poetry, titled “Five Years and Counting. A Journey into the Mind of Soul Poetry.”
For more information about the book, visit http://www.fiveyearsandcounting.com, Amazon (US, UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, France), McNally Robinson Booksellers, Lulu.com, iBookstore, and Barnes & Noble NOOK…Continue
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I would like to share an extract from my last collection of poetry, Five Years and Counting. A Journey into the Mind of Soul Poetry. I released the book last year.
THINK UPON THOSE THINGS
Hush, baby, hush.
The lull of the world will come.
Nascent dreams and fantasies
Open the door to freedom.
Hush, baby, hush.
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...reflecting on the disaster in Japan earlier this year, I pondered the geological study of plate tectonic theory, pondered the earth's asthenosphere, fluid yet permanent ...