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Lifestyle
by footloose
10 years ago
New Grandma Faith: Grandma-hood Experience

I recently traveled from Colorado to New Zealand. My stay was 6 weeks because my daughter asked me to experience grandma-hood that long. Tickets weren't booked for a few months after the request because I wanted to be absolutely sure that she wouldn't change her mind about the lengthy...

Lifestyle
by footloose
10 years ago
Saint Patrick's Luck of the Irish

The lucky man from Britain who was enslaved on The Emerald Isle has been immortalized as a patron saint and a spiritual shepherd who led the Druids from a four leaf clover to a three leaf clover symbolizing the Catholic trinity.

One of the most widely celebrated holidays...

Technology
by footloose
8 years ago
Crocodile Science and Myth

The largest, oldest reptile is the saltwater crocodile and it survives quite happily today. A crocodile heart is unique, and it allows the crocs to have some great predator skills. Ancient cultures even mummified dead crocodiles. They are still in a love-hate relationship with humans today.

History
by footloose
8 years ago
The Greek Underworld: An Introduction

Hades and Persephone myths and the mysterious river Styx are the usual suspects that come to mind when delving into the Greek Underworld. Alas, there is a large cast of characters including mythical beasts, heaven, hell, and more rivers. According to whichever version one is familiar with, that of; Homer, Plato or Vergil, there are some commonalities in the cast of characters, scenery, and themes.

Lifestyle
by footloose
9 years ago
Hope Remains in Pandora's Box

Hope is said to have been glad to get out of Pandora's box, and fly away. Why then, are we still searching for the elusive gift that was the last remain in the box? Another myth ending has...

Entertainment
by footloose
9 years ago
New Mexico Santos

    Saint makers (santeros) and santos (saints) flourished in New Mexico between 1790 and 1907. When the Franciscan Friars practiced missionary methods to teach the then population of Hispanics, Navajos and Pueblo Indians Catholicism, they realized that visual arts were...

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Is There a Best Anti Aging Way?

We are inundated with staying young in this global village of the 21st century. Everyone has a secret best anti aging product to sell. Is it all hype, or a state of mind?

Technology
by footloose
9 years ago
Astronomy: An Old Science and Popular Outdoor Activity

Astronomy(stargazing, sky watching, observing)may well be the oldest outdoor activity that man continues to enjoy. Ancient cultures have been found to have observatories for the sun, moon and other celestial objects viewed.

Lifestyle
by footloose
9 years ago
Don't Go Back to Sleep Contemplation

The mystical Sufi poetry of Rumi lives in my soul. there was a time when I had to read Rumi poetry daily. Now this Rumi poem has been in my daily thoughts and I have to explore it here.

Lifestyle
by footloose
9 years ago
Mythical Beasts Contemplation

What’s the key to all those mythical beasts and mythical creatures that live on in our technological culture? I think it is an endless search for other. Human curiosity engages in mythological comparison and fantasy creatures. We look for answers or solutions to the man-made creations...

History
by footloose
8 years ago
The Mystery of Michelangelo

The man who looked at stone or a boring ceiling and saw biblical heroes, saints, sinners, prophets, horrific scenes of head chopping, and nudes didn't have the word "moderation" in his creative genius.

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Name Changing Takes Some Effort

You may be armed with what you think are the correct tools for name changing, but beware of the unwritten rules that change frequently. A name change after divorce proves challenging.

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