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A little Halloween story.....Whaaaahahahahahaha !!!! Special thanks to Lonnie Davis (my daugther), Anna, Emma
title: No Mojo Cure
New Orleans history with a seasonal twist.A good reference search is "Winter in New Orleans,season1912-1913".
Santa's Workshop has a special visitor... Theme song 'Angel's We Have Heard on High' Production by Kurt Lewis
artist: Zythum
A little bedtime story for adults I guess.
For the 2013 CBC Halloween Challenge. Listen with headphones in a dark room.
artist: Ed Thomas
A Childrens story, Narrated by Ed Thomas
artist: VMP (USA)
Still quite proud of this old Russian folk tale acted out with FX and original musical passages.
artist: Pinecats
title: area 31
Halloween story
Bored with trips to the moon, gentleman explorer Campbell decides to tackle Mars and become the first man to c
Roy Mustang reads us a Christmas tale on his day off.
artist: Ganimead
A very interesting and factual story I am told. Narrated by Bud Bennett the author, I just added the backgrond
Talk rap about how the would seems to work
artist: Jim Stotts
kind of like speed bumps & pot holes but not really---not even close
Many years ago I wrote this poem which celebrates the effect movies have had on me through the years. I found
artist: DLKeur
Through Better & Worse, a Montana Love Story by D. L. Keur writing as C. J. "Country" James, Chapter Four - Th
artist: Nadia Cripps
'You Are Looking at a Clock' © 2015 Nadia Cripps and Patrick Bonier Music by Nadia Cripps, Lyric and Recit
(updated file - it became corrupted on SoundClick's server). Musical rendition of the 1942 story by Janette Se
Tyger was written by Jack Mcdevitt and read by Paul Cole.
artist: Girardey
original dedication to Muhammed Ali
On the hold of love and exclusivity. For 'the dead company' project
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Is God dead?: The technical term for the teaching that "God is dead" is theothanatology, a three-fold compound from the Greek: theos (god) + thanatos (death) + logia (word). German poet and philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche is most famous for making the statement "God is dead" in the Nineteenth Century. Nietzsche, influenced by both Greek philosophy and the theory of evolution, wrote, "God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him. How shall we, murderers of all murderers, console ourselves? . . . Is not the greatness of this deed too great for us? Must we not ourselves become gods simply to be wor...
Dancing Dove
Comfort Your Hearts: When The Storms of Life Come, and they always will, There is a Haven Within God’s Perfect Will; Jesus whispers, “Peace, be Still!!” This is a collection of meditation scriptures, to give to you peace in the time of the storm. Meditate upon His Word – God will not fail nor forsake you!
Is God real? How can I know for sure that God is real?: We know that God is real because He has revealed Himself to us in three ways: in creation, in His Word, and in His Son, Jesus Christ. The most basic proof of God’s existence is simply what He has made. “For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse” (Romans 1:20). “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.” (Psalm 19:1). If I found a wristwatch in the middle of a field, I would not assume that it just “a...
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