Rong MeiShan

The Songs of My Life

Tonight, as I listened to a performance of Queen’s “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” on American Idol I was instantly taken back to my childhood home where I enjoyed that tune when it was new. It made me think about all the momentous songs in my life. My young parents had an impressive music collection […]

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Love Torn

Maybe if I write it down it will all make sense Poetry’s a way to hide To disguise Intense Why did it have to happen? Why does it seem so bad? Separated from love By those who thought they had The right to act like gods They smothered life Cracked and torn Stained and worn […]

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Horrific Abuse of Power

http://www.wnd.com/2012/03/state-confiscates-newborn-over-vaccinations/

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Originally posted on drcristy:
How do you effect change to a community, a society or a nation?  It starts with one changed life.  Then it builds into a changed family, then into a neighborhood that is changed, then finally the society, region or nation is transformed.   Take cell phone usage for example. When cell phones…

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Thank you for the music

Early one ’80’s morning I awoke to a song playing from my alarm clock. I had never heard the song or the singer before, but even in my  slumber, I loved it. It was Whitney Houston singing “The Greatest Love of All”. I am very sad to learn of her death a few hours ago.

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The Father of American Education

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Originally posted on The Scrumptious Pumpkin:
I could eat this pasta every day of the week.  It’s so simple but such a delicious combination of flavors with the sweetness of the squash, the crisp kale, the hint of thyme and white wine, and the salty, cheesy Parmesan. I try to make one meatless meal a week…

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