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Married Or Not... You Should Read This Husband's Story

By Sunny Skyz on October 21, 2014 / 6,106 views

By Sunny Skyz on October 21, 2014 / 6,106 views

When I got home that night my wife served dinner. I held her hand and said, "I've got something to tell you." She sat down and ate quietly. Again I observed the hurt in her eyes. Suddenly I didn't know how to open my mouth. But I had to let her know what I was thinking about divorce. I raised the topic calmly. She didn't seem to be annoyed by my words, instead she asked me softly, "Why?" I avoided her...

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What 30 Years Can Bring

By KC on October 20, 2014 / 329 views

By KC on October 20, 2014 / 329 views

Thirty years ago tonight I was sitting in a hotel room learning my lines! I was in a bit of a dither, awash in anticipation and trepidation for the occasion looming on the morrow. I surmise that across town there was a young lady who was a cool and calm as could be, with all plans go. I felt, and still feel, I might add, the most fortunate of young men, for when I asked her to marry me she neither snorted with...

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Slow Dancing

By Lucky on October 18, 2014 / 513 views

By Lucky on October 18, 2014 / 513 views

Just now we were relaxing in the living room on our computers listening to music. "The Way You Look Tonight" came on and about halfway through the song he got up and offered his hand to me. He then pulled me up and started slow dancing with me. Such a simple thing made me so happy I was trying not to cry. There we were, slow dancing in the living room, gently kissing. I can't believe I got so...

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Celebrating Kindness Today And Everyday

By KindnessU on October 17, 2014 / 455 views

By KindnessU on October 17, 2014 / 455 views

We all want the same thing: happy, brave, wise, courageous and inspired kids. What do all of these kids have in common? They give and receive kindness. And while kindness matters every day, the observance of World Kindness Day on November 13 gives parents, teachers, friends, and caregivers the chance to highlight the importance of practicing kindness to the kids of our communities. Why does kindness matter? Let’s...

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It's All True.

By Happy Happy on October 16, 2014 / 810 views

By Happy Happy on October 16, 2014 / 810 views

I no sooner was walking in the prison yard one fine sunny day when a tough and hardened con shouted in my face; What are you looking at??? Without the slightest hesitations I put my arm around an imaginarily person, and blurted out; Just talking to my friend Happy Ness here. Well, honest to goodness that got his attention, and he came over to me, and gave me a raised fisted salute, and said; I heard about you. You...

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Best Friends Forever

By Parables Of Natures on October 14, 2014 / 989 views

By Parables Of Natures on October 14, 2014 / 989 views

When I bought Melly the Chihuahua at three months of age, my Chinese Crested Powderpuff, Mimi didn't want a thing to do with her. Things turned about two weeks later when Mimi felt some motherly instincts come in and she has never left Melly's side ever since. This was the two of them as I caught them sleeping in the dog crate one day. So cute! Best friends...

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Jesus Never Fails!

By Michelle Ann C. Sorio on October 13, 2014 / 1,121 views

By Michelle Ann C. Sorio on October 13, 2014 / 1,121 views

At a very young age, I have known Jesus. I can proudly say that I grew up in the church. I have attended bible quiz bees, bible studies, retreats and other related activities of the church. I am a constant church choir member and a church song leader. At a very young age also, I have been through a lot. A lot of of the bittersweet experiences life has to offer. Lots of ups and downs with my family and friends...

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A Father And His Son

By Jordan on October 13, 2014 / 4,582 views

By Jordan on October 13, 2014 / 4,582 views

There was a small child who was brought up by his father. His father was a highly successful and extremely bright business man. He was about 50 years old with dark brown hair and deep brown eyes. He was a very neat man but he rarely smiled. He was strict, impatient, quick with anger and very passionate. These attributes all contributed to his great success in business life, but at the same time the same qualities...

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Little Dots Of Light

By Joseph J. Mazzella on October 13, 2014 / 1,470 views

By Joseph J. Mazzella on October 13, 2014 / 1,470 views

I was in my backyard the other night. The evening, Autumn air was blowing. It was fresh, clean and cool without being cold. My dogs were sitting on the freshly fallen leaves and looking up at me, wondering why we hadn't gone back inside yet. The reason was that I was taking some time to gaze at the stars. The sky was almost completely clear of clouds and the heavens were twinkling. It had been too long since I...

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The Alarm Clock

By Nic Paclibar on October 09, 2014 / 2,151 views

By Nic Paclibar on October 09, 2014 / 2,151 views

I once had an alarm clock. It sounded crisp, clear and consistent every morning at 5 am from Monday’s to Fridays, an hour later on Saturdays and an hour earlier on Sundays. My alarm clock contrary to the modern alarm clock’s beep, buzz or ring is not as noisy. My alarm clock is my mother. She does not sound like that of the lifeless, robotic, catatonic hotel’s concierge “Good morning, this is your wake up...

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Choose To Be Kind

By Donald on October 08, 2014 / 2,759 views

By Donald on October 08, 2014 / 2,759 views

I live in a small town in Oregon. Today, on the way home from spending the day at toddler school with our twins, my wife stopped at a local fast food chain called Burgerville. Long story short, she gets home and we realize they forgot an order of fries. So the wife calls up and very nicely explains to them the situation, she offers to go back to pick up the fries. The manager refuses to let her come back to the...

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It's The Little Things

By Mike Fisher on October 06, 2014 / 3,044 views

By Mike Fisher on October 06, 2014 / 3,044 views

To start my sad story, I have been dealing with severe depression and extreme anxiety for the better half of my short 24 year old life. Suicidal thoughts constantly running through my mind. Endless nights of crying over the turmoils life brings me. I am successful in my career, but always feel like I fail. I had the most important person in my life right next to me. Then watched as we fell apart. Through my...

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Free Of Fear

By Joseph J. Mazzella on October 06, 2014 / 2,376 views

By Joseph J. Mazzella on October 06, 2014 / 2,376 views

Driving in the mountains of my home can be very interesting at times. Today I was driving home and taking in the Fall scenery. I smiled as I glanced at the changing leaves on the trees. They had become as bright and beautiful as the flowers in Spring. Just as I drove past a wonderful, red Maple tree I saw a large doe deer bounding across the road ahead of me. Knowing what might be coming next I stomped on the brakes...

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This Mermaid Is Making Moves

By Ava on October 01, 2014 / 2,570 views

By Ava on October 01, 2014 / 2,570 views

It is true that when one door closes, another one opens; or maybe even more than one opens! I now have a position at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California as a maintenance and feeding diver! A while ago I missed, what I thought to be the only opportunity ever, to get to dive in the aquarium. However, little did I know that they would be in search for me! I once lost track of what I really took value in...

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The Greatest Regret

By Kat on September 29, 2014 / 5,985 views

By Kat on September 29, 2014 / 5,985 views

A stranger has come to visit me. She says she is family, but I have no family. No wife, no children, no parents, no siblings. I've never laid eyes on her before. Nonetheless, I can't deny our connection. She has my clear grey eyes and ginger hair and the same distinctive jawline and cheekbones. And moreover, the tenderness with which she treats me in my fragile state, clinging to this world by a thread, says more...

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Tiny Little Hands At The Mosque

By Mary on September 24, 2014 / 7,859 views

By Mary on September 24, 2014 / 7,859 views

Every night, when i return home from work, travelling in a cab, my eyes automatically turn towards a mosque that is enroute to my home. The reason being, there is a woman with her 2 little daughters, sitting at the entrance of the mosque, waiting for the passerby to offer them something. when i see the tiny one, she is may be 1 1/2 yrs old, with a scarf around her tiny head, in the cold night, sitting along with...

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PEOPLE COME AND GO. . .

By MITCH on September 23, 2014 / 7,820 views

By MITCH on September 23, 2014 / 7,820 views

Just a a realization one day that people really come and go. We can never dictate the people around us to stay just because we want them to. They have their own lives, their own needs, their own priorities... We have to accept the reality that we meet and eventually will be apart. So the best thing we can do is to make the most of the time we're together. Create happy memories, have more fun and love ...

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