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A Harsh World

Pyramid, desert sand camels in a row wanderers in colorful tents nomads living beneath the stars climbing dunes they live a simple life close to nature understanding life is fragile one needs friends and family just to survive their harsh … Continue reading

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Oldest Man

 Oldest Man in US I don’t want to be the oldest man in the world a walking book of history. How many friends has he seen come and go no one left in his family? Yet he smiles smokes in … Continue reading

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Consent

C hoose friends with like values O nly say “no,” you need not justify N o friend tempts you to do wrong S urely we become like those who surround us E ach action is choice N ever give into … Continue reading

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Laughter

Laughter which starts deep in the belly bubbling up and out sending forth abundant glee. Tears flow in helpless mirth as wave after wave of unexpected laughter transforms me leaving me hick-upping giggling like a delighted five year old only … Continue reading

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True Friendship

What is a meaningful relationship? Shallow contacts with meaningless chatter dot my life. I long for genuineness sincerity, yes—honestly. Sometimes silent companionship with no need to fill the quiet marks a true friendship. Friends who listen to each other without … Continue reading

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Choose Your Friends

Choose your friends wisely that they do not become your enemy some day. Beware of mentors who become tormentors for self-discovery is often a better teacher.

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Sweet Laughter

A golden prize A friend who makes you laugh Sweet laughter feeds love

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