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During the next three days, until 11:59pm on September 4th, 2012. Wee Three: A Child's World, kindle edition is free. I hope you will take advantage of this offer, and delve into the innocent pleasures of your childhood.   Share with a friend, child or gra
Marta · 2061 days ago

  Ah to laugh at one’s self, is the most freeing thing we can do as people. It probably supersedes anything else that makes us different then many of life’s creatures or that is at least what we have been told. I love to laugh at myself, I can truly be a
Marta · 2213 days ago

We are free to be ourselves, no matter how hard it can be. You know the saying...There is only one of you. That's it!   We can aspire, we can learn, we can look to other people and still be us. No need to be clones, no need to follow the trend, no need to
Elle · 2258 days ago

Freeing myself from within is a huge job for me.  I have been working on it, on different levels, for decades. Still, I find comfort in words that, at once, reveal and guide me through the seemingly endless maze. This poem always helps stoke my inner power
bookmark_terry · 2260 days ago

Don't you love beautiful pictures? Inspirational quotes and all these clever people who post new craft projects. And isn't it fabulous that Women on the Verge is now on Pinterest? So pleased about that. And thanks to Ana for letting us all share on a new m
Elle · 2268 days ago

Its that time again ladies, oh my, lets take a deep breath, meditate and free our spirits.  Lets polish our arguments and turn them into conversations.  Lets replace attacks with facts. Lets perfect our listening skills...It is Election Season!! So, I have
doreenb8 · 2271 days ago

  "Shawls ... made for centuries universal and embracing, symbolic of an inclusive, unconditionally loving, God. They wrap, enfold, comfort, cover, give solace, mother, hug, shelter and beautify. Those who have received these shawls have been up
AnaLewis · 2272 days ago

So many things are beyond our control, beyond my control. So what do you do? Do you lament and feel sorry for yourself? Or do you pick yourself up and try and make the best of it? Well, it's OK to feel sorry sorry for yourself. Like many I do beat myself,
Elle · 2274 days ago

I have found lately that a quiet space with a pen and paper will give me something that I don't always see.  Me. ZenTangle is an artform that allows you to simply get lost in the fine details.  Anyone can do it, as you don't have to be an artist with a cap
AnaLewis · 2274 days ago

What is freedom? and what do you do with it? We can all be free, even when we don't think we can. It's a state of mind. "Freedom is what you do with what's been done to you." This is one of my favourite quotes by Jean-Paul Sartre. I know, you'll tell me it
Elle · 2275 days ago

Read in the Guardian Not the way to free women from their abusers! News Society Domestic violence Cuts force domestic violence refuges to turn victims away Charities say funding cuts mean it is increasingly difficult to find beds for vulnerab
Elle · 2275 days ago

While we are developing our homestead and the Sustainable Education Initiative I have gone back to freelance writing. There is something challenging about writing SEO. I guess it's my inner geek that is facsinated with how to play with words. But I love my
granolagirl · 2291 days ago

  Civil disobedience is on the rise. This can be a good thing, as is the case in Israel this summer. Israeli women are risking criminal prosecution by going to the beach. They are taking Palestinian women along to protest decades of dehumanization. Read th
IntheHeartland · 2448 days ago

  Princess Ameerah Al-Taweel doesn’t want to drive men mad. She does, however, want to be able to drive a car. No Saudi Arabia woman has the legal right to drive a car. Princess Ammerah is a vocal proponent of women’s rights. Saudi women’s rights are sever
IntheHeartland · 2470 days ago

U.S. women talking to Afghan women is an idea far too long in coming. U.S. Marines are undertaking an experiment in Afghanistan. They are embracing the power of women’s work. A few women have been added to duty on the front lines. Read more about this on m
IntheHeartland · 2527 days ago

Tawakul Karmen has crossed significant barriers to demonstrate against Yemen's President Ali Absullah Saleh, a man who has dominated Yemini politics for more than three decades.More than 5 million Yeminis live in poverty and nearly half are illiterate. Yem
IntheHeartland · 2562 days ago

Ballroom Dancers.com My husband and I have a secret - we take ballroom dance lessons. We pour ourselves a glass of wine and free of charge, go onto this website, play the videos and learn the steps demonstrated. So far, we have become pretty good at the
AnaLewis · 2741 days ago

  Desert Living and Water - What is Your Water Footprint?   Living in the Sonoran Desert, I am reminded every single day, how precious water is. It is dry here. So dry, that sometimes the ground is cracking in my garden, and on the skin on my
AnaLewis · 2748 days ago

Recently my husband and I have been having an ongoing conversation. He thinks that vegans (people who aim to consume no animal-based products whatsoever, also called a pure or ethical vegetarians) are divisive and don't try to see opposing views to the ar
AnaLewis · 2759 days ago

paper.li   "Read Twitter as a Daily Newspaper" is the tagline for this powerful little program, paper.li. which organizes links shared on Twitter into an easy to read newspaper-style format. Newspapers can be created for any Twitter user, list or #h
AnaLewis · 2763 days ago

  In the shadow of the ninth anniversary of the destruction of the Twin Towers in New York City and serious damage to the Pentagon in Virginia, in the wake of a continuing war against terrorism in Afghanistan and Iraq, and ignited by a threat of a pu
IntheHeartland · 2784 days ago
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