Art is in the eye of the beholder. I'm not sure who is responsible for the quote, but this article desribes the most beautiful art form known to me: My son and his beautiful soul.
This is my response to the Winter Memories Hub Page Challenge originally issued by Jackie Lynnley three years ago and resurrected again this year. These are my childhood memories of Winter.
One of my winter memories includes trips to the laundromat and freshly made doughnuts from Winchell's Donut House
While many of Tolkien's stories and inspired media show humans and elves as allies, they also show them as distinct. Of all the stories, direct or inspired the Athrabeth Finrod ah Andreth goes into the most detail and implications why
My experiences as a child/adolescent of having to move to a new town and start afresh at a new school, making friends and fitting in.
Nietzsche was a stranger to women, and so hated God. I have always been popular with women, and I have been a womanizer since the age of 14 ... since then I haven't looked back. God is great!
When I first started my education, the Equal Rights Amendment was working its way toward being signed into law, in 1972, by the US Congress. I was much too young to understand what was happening in our country, let alone the world. But I do remember...
A celebration of peace at one of the recent London Olympic venues, supported by a host of stars.
Joseph Stalin was an incredibly paranoid and unstable man. To make matters worse, he was the leader of a country, with millions of lives in his hands. This article looks at Stalin, the man, as well as Stalin, the leader.