Tag Archives: Definitions

Flip Side

As they say, “There is always a flip side to every coin.” I have already written about how it is the elite, within any culture, that forms, frames, and defines that culture. The Patriarchy defined woman, but also defined man … Continue reading

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Getting to the Roots

I collect words. About a week after my last post, I found a new (to me) word , in my mail box. The word is deracinate. It literally means: to pull up by the roots. But has come to define the … Continue reading

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A New Companion

His name is Jocko. At least that’s the name that came immediately to mind when I decided he needed such a definition. I had just read a Dean Koontz series (Frankenstein), and that was the name of a small misshapen, … Continue reading

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Journey Stone #14 and Journal Writing Prompt #17

  Journey Stone #14  Emotions Covering the entire spectrum of possibilities, non-judgmental barometers meant to assist awareness in sometimes rapid changes of weather. Elizabeth Crawford  2/14/11 Happy Valentines Day! __________________________________________________________________________________ Journal Writing Prompt #17 Personal writing, keeping a journal, is … Continue reading

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A Partial List

  A couple of days ago, I was on someone else’s site and once again found a sidebar page that was titled Twenty Things About Me. I always read those because I find them interesting as well as informative. At … Continue reading

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Challenges

In response to Claudette’s Writing Challenge # 1  “the Power of Creativity” Was very surprised when I went to check out the Writer’s Island prompt for today. The site has been closed and there will be no more weekly prompts. … Continue reading

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About Authenticity

Writer’s Island prompts #12 and #13 “Change For the Better” Was a bit disappointed when I went to see what the prompt might be for today. My last blog was about all the changes I have had to deal with, … Continue reading

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Semantics of Breathing

I believe one writes because one has to create a world in which one can breathe. _Anais Nin Writing means a great many different things to me. A few years ago, someone close to me said that writing was my … Continue reading

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Embarrassing Predicament

Whoa! You are not in the wrong place. If you are seeking 1sojournal, you are right where you wanted to be. New face, but still the same old voice. Sit down and let me tell you about how I put … Continue reading

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