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How did the Hellions decide the sex of their created ONE GOD? The great religious tax collectors! – Uthrania Seila Sentana-Ries Cortez
Indeed, and how did this particular earthen planet become One with the HUman races? Did the HUman races always exist here or were each one brought from other already seeded and established worlds? – Uthrania Seila Sentana-Ries Cortez
The act of transmigration was an illuminating prospect for the planetary races of the HUman pioneers, our long-forgotten by many, parents, who first brought the diverse races from other planets to this earth on a project whose enormity equaled no other at the time nor since. – Uthra...
You may not believe me but I assure you that you are an expert on something. My father could plaster a whole wall in the time it takes me to fill a small hole, but at the same time I could make things happen on a computer he could never perceive. There is nothing to say one person's e...
Writing online is a unique experience for all of us. We can choose where and when we want to write. We can write about a topic of our choice. Writers can bond with other writers and make lifelong friendships. Writers tend to be honest and straight forward in their opinions. In thi...
A girl who had lost her memory due to a deep trauma she had faced regarding her sister four years back. The story folds into events leading to the trauma and the very incident itself. It also portrays how the girl regains her memory. It is a must read story filled with emotions of lov...
Growing up in New York in the 1970s with a father who was a gung-ho, crazy NYPD narcotics cop, a boy found solace in playing street hockey. How one lucky hockey shot changed a boy's life.
Love can go by just as quickly as an afternoon jog...
Is it a lucky number that moves mountains for a person, or is it God? This is my true account from the Vietnam era how I got really, really lucky . . .
In the final installment from my memoir I tie up all the loose threads and little mysteries which have been unanswered up till this time.
I travel down memory lane as I summarize how I've grown into my spiritual skin through the years learning to fly (as it were) from my baptist roots to the comfort zone where I now find myself.
As my husband receives his first promotion to manage his first motel, we begin our "Southwest Tour." Thus begins his reputation of fixing up one motel and its staff after another . . . leading us to our ultimate destination.
A lot of pieces begin to fall into place for me after I begin my online bromance with the big tall fella from El Paso named Lane who introduces me to the United Church of Christ. My spiritual side starts getting fed again . . . and so naturally my heart follows . . .
After I take my estranged wife back to Michigan from Arizona after our home sells, I find myself footloose for the first time in thirty years. I go through a prolonged period of re-adolescence reliving the missed years of gay life I should have lived during my college days. Uh-oh!
I finally come out of the closet both at work and within the vibrant gay communities in Tucson and Phoenix, and I begin exploring slowly at first what it means to be a sensual gay male.
As my wife and I seek outside advice about my "revelation" to her, we grapple with the issues: how to tell the kids, going on a European Cruise already paid for, and do we stay married? Ah, decisions, decisions???
I recall all of the thoughts, images, emotions, and events leading up to my strange back-handed, mishandled coming out on St. Patrick's Day 2005.
As my wife and I begin our retirement in Tucson, Arizona, I take a part-time job as a cowboy/actor on an old movie studio back lot which soon turns into the most fascinating work I've ever had. And more . . .
In today's concluding installment from Chapter 13, my 82 year old dad experiences a severe stroke right at the end of the school year which begins our "Summer from Hell" as Nancy and I rush off to his bedside.
I've recovered from my last round of back surgeries to become the new school librarian, yet my health continues to deteriorate to the point that I must teach from an electric wheelchair while my wife becomes totally disabled via Social Security Disability. And the band plays on.
As I graduate from my master's degree program and I should be celebrating the pinnacle of my success, I can barely walk and require yet another surgery . . . which nearly kills me.
As I recover after my first back surgery, I've rebuilt the music program at the school where I teach in Chicago, and for my efforts I'm rewarded with a two-week retreat in The Loop at what is called the Talented Teacher Institute. This is one of two highlights of my career communing ...
I begin my teaching career as the General Music Teacher in a K-8 Magnet School in an Hispanic neighborhood on the southwest side of Chicago, and I'm loving it, but then my old job at the tire factory comes back to haunt me. I need back surgery . . .
My family and I complete our move to the greater Chicago area which requires a LOT of changes on our part, some good and some not so good. As time progresses I go through many. MANY personal and professional changes . . .
My co-worker Mike (whom I've secretly fallen in love with) unexpectedly returns from college 2/3 of the way thru his junior year and asks for his old job back. We take an overnight trip ALONE back to his college to gather his belongings. Uh-oh! What happens??
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