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History
by Marlando
8 years ago
Georgia O'Keeffe: A Fresh Look

A Fresh Look at Gerogia O'Keeffe is a delving into the artist's life in order to delve into her masterful art. As an ex-art reviewer I can say that most art can be understood by looking at the canvas, paper or board it has been painted on.Not true with Georgia O'Keeffe--to understand her art one mucst first understand the woman--I've attempted to make this possible in this article. If you're an art lover, you ought to like this piece. I do--not because I wrote it but because it is about a most amazing human being.

Lifestyle
by Marlando
7 years ago
Paganism and Christianity

If you have an interest in religion and spirituality you're in for a real treat as Paganism and Christianity unfolds. It is packed with unexpected information and fun make-you-think reporting.

Health
by Marlando
8 years ago
Health: A Hypothesis for Self-Healing

I believe that this article can actually be intrinsic in changing a few paths from despair to healing. I hope so!

Entertainment
by x3xsolxdierx3x
10 years ago
The Truth About Article Submission Revenue Sharing Websites

Rarely do I ever invest my own time or energy into Article Submission Revenue Sharing websites (or any website, for that matter) without deeply exploring the positive and negative attributes of each one. While some may take the opportunity to quickly begin writing for any old website, under the...

Lifestyle
by Marlando
8 years ago
The Secret of Growing a Loving and Happy Marriage

I offer that the content of this work is something an interested reader will enjoy but more,will be given productive food for thought...and motivation for positive human action. Be prepared, however, for the unexpected; this article attempts to strip away the myths of marriage and ground it in the realities of what it truly is at least for most of us.

History
by egdcltd
7 years ago
St. Philomena of the Anchors and Arrows

The young virgin of the 3rd century, Philomena, carried a following for centuries among devout Catholics.  But, was this 13-year-old saint real?  Or, was she the construct of an overly devoted  early 19th-century Neapolitan nun, Sister Maria Luisa di Gesu? 

Lifestyle
by Marlando
8 years ago
Making the Right Decisions

I don't know about you, but I have made a ton of wrong decisions over the years. While I may not be the smarest guy in the world, I didn't just fall off the stupid truck either. Yet, I can mark up a slew of bad choices I've made. I have often wonder why, what tempted me, if you will, to go left instead of right. If you are wondering the same thing about yourself--you will probably really like this article and...learn a little from it too!

Lifestyle
by Marlando
8 years ago
Exploring Aspects of YOUR Potential

It is my intent to take you, the reader, on a journey that explores a new view of whom and what we are…potentially.  Indeed, it can be said that beyond all else we are…our potential. When we want to know exactly what potential is, most certainly psychologists would have a different answer than biologists.  

Entertainment
by Mike and Friends
8 years ago
Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things: Two Tropes

This essay explores Roy's writing style, specifically her use of colors and scene in her vivid prose to create unforgettable people and places in her novel The God of Small Things.

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
8 years ago
Nannie Doss, the Zany Granny Serial Killer

Among garden variety murderers women comprise the tiniest percentage of killers.  Even rarer is the female serial killer, a woman who cunningly and systematically commits multiple murders.

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
7 years ago
Judith of Bethulia's Web of Intrigue

One of the Old Testament period's more thrilling adventure tales concerns a follower of Yahweh who took a great risk to save a city from an invading Assyrian army.  With nothing more than a keen mind this pious believer thwarted an invasion.  The story, though, was not considered canonical by the Hebrews who compiled the texts comprising the Old Testament because the tale's heroic figure was a woman.

Lifestyle
by Marlando
8 years ago
The Bizarre, the Wicked and the downright Crazy

The Bazaar, the Wicked and the Downright Crazy is an unexpected journey into human action--it is "our" story as a species, as a people and as individuals. If you are a thinker, you will probably relish in this piece as it is a little bazaar, a little wicked and maybe even a little crazy in and of itself. Yet, it finds it way into the promising and positive. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it.

Lifestyle
by Marlando
7 years ago
Answering President Obama: Who Can We Trust

It doesn't matter if you're an Obama fan or not--if you plan on ever voting again in your life you need to take the time to read this food-for-thought article. Obama asked us all the question--if we can't trust government, who can we trust. Well, we obviously cannot trust government so...?

Business & Money
by Joey Batz
6 years ago
Dividend Growth Investing Part 2: How to Pick Dividend Stocks

Last time we spoke about dividend growth investing, I said I would show you how to pick dividend stocks. Well I'm here to show you exactly how I do it. In this article, we will take a stock an analyze it together.

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
9 years ago
America's First Female Serial Killer

Belle Gunness, a pig-farming black widow, worked lonely suitors for money and their assets. She disappeared under mysterious circumstances but not before killing at least a few dozen people and disposing of their remains on her farm.

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