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- Yes, Santa Claus, There Is a Virginia
- Fugu
- Touching the Spirit
- A Hole in the Universe
- Riding on the Dreams of Others
- Turning Into a Shark
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- Courting the Devils
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- What If the Man Behind the Curtain Is No Wizard After All?
- All of Us Have a Soundtrack
- Working With Broken Machines
- Happy Anniversary, Baby
- Standing on Stars
- Running the Film Backwards
- Identity Crisis ("Who am I?")
- Can We Ever Really Admit the Desires of Our Heart?
- Forgiveness is a Rare Thing
- Having Your Heart Caressed By the Creator
- Working With Broken Machines
- A New Leg to Stand On
- The Real Spirit of Christmas
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- Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder
- We All Have a Great Capacity for Loss
- Brushed Lightly By Might Have Beens
- We See the World Through Our Own Looking Glass
- Every Storm Passes Eventually
- Accidents Can Introduce Destiny Into Our Lives
- Freedom Depends on the Walls Around Us
- Pulling Aside the Velvet Curtain
- Riding the Razor's Edge
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- Angel With a Coffeecup
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- Playing the Score, Tasting the Music
- Coins and Corals and Carved Coconuts
- My God, I Confess
- Exotic in Thin Air (Part 1, Speechless)
- Exotic in Thin Air (Part 2, Taxi)
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"From this hour I ordain myself loos'd of limits and imaginary lines, going where I list, my own master total and absolute, Listening to others, considering well what they say, Pausing, searching, receiving, contemplating, Gently, but with undeniable will, divesting myself of the holds that would hold me."

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Thursday, April 22, 2004
 

Blogger Idol Week 14 Top Picks

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Grab your rosaries and halos, its time for this blog's Blogger Idol Week 14 Top Picks!

This weeks topic was "Spirituality" and we saw some really nice and heartfelt entries. These are the ones that spoke to this blog's heartstrings:

Kay - Communing with creation Kay writes her prose as beautiful as poetry, with every word loaded with meaning and purpose. Not to mention she uses the word "cliff" which gets extra credit on this blog.

HR LADY - My spirituality brought to you in my haiku; a labor of love. Again, an intense and personal entry. Well done!

BytchInNY - My take on religion. I really do not agree with this young lady's views, but she presents her feelings in an unguarded and well spoken manner that shows she has real class. Definitely one to watch.

jess - Two Slant Trees: can I be more scatterbrained? I just love this girl's writing. The twinkle in her eye just leaps from the page, even when she writes about serious stuff. What a diamond.

Bridgier - A thought or two (okay, just one) on spirituality A very honest and candid entry. I liked the intimacy.

Well, that's it for this week, seeya next time!



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