Monthly Archives: March 2013

Originally posted on Binkis Weblog:
Picture was shot by: Andy Teo (Flickr) This is an article I found over at “PositivelyPresent.com” just searching the net. I was going over the positive results of being open minded in my head, typed…

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Originally posted on Rosanne E. Lortz:
Sometimes when my blog sits forlorn for a three week span, it means that I haven’t been reading much and, consequently, have nothing to write about. Other times it means that I’ve been reading…

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Originally posted on Skaneateles:
In 1807, New York attorney John Treat Irving was waiting for his case to be called in court, and used the time to write a letter to his brother-in-law, John S. Furman of Skaneateles. Furman had…

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Originally posted on InTheMoment:
  President Barack Obama is looking to regain momentum against Republican nominee Mitt Romney at tonight’s debate, but a leading expert says that on Israel, at least, very few differences between the two candidates will emerge…

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Originally posted on Rosanne E. Lortz:
Born a slave in 1856, Booker T. Washington was only a child when the American Civil War commenced. After the war ended and the slaves were emancipated, young Booker moved to West Virginia with…

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Originally posted on Binkis Weblog:
Anyone ever wonder why we put Booker T. Washington on the” Binkis” Thousand Dollar Bill? Well check his Autobiography ” Up From Slavery ” The man had some great ideals and is a phenomenal inspiration…

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Originally posted on The Pantheistic Poet:
This was inspired by one of my favorite authors, Robert Greene. This is a 34-part haiku chain poem. Some of the haiku even rhyme. I think that I’ll call my rhyming haiku Haiku Rhyme…

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Originally posted on A Marriage of This and That:
A study comparing the death and accident rates of left- and right-handed people has been done to determine why fewer left-handed people are among the elderly population. Diane Halpern, a psychology…

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Originally posted on The Pantheistic Poet:
Why is this poem on this blog? It is here because “turning the other cheek” as it is written in the Bible is not necessarily intelligent. There are some things you should never, ever…

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Originally posted on A Marriage of This and That:
In the fourteenth chapter of Up from Slavery, Booker T. Washington wrote, “It is at the bottom of life we must begin, and not at the top. Nor should we permit…

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