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I was driving to Denver to pick up a few members of my family at the international airport. I was on Interstate 25 on the south end of the metropolitan area in very heavy traffic – six lanes in each direction. It was a clear sky kind of day and the sun was already heading […]

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I’d rather be driving. It’s strange if not unnerving how life can turn on a dime.  I can remember my mother saying that about our brand new 1957 Oldsmobile Super 88. It was our first car with power steering! I digress.  That is not the dime I was speaking of but hey, I’ve always had […]

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I’ll admit it. I’m a road lizard, a highway junkie, a white line freak on asphalt though I’ve been known to explore dirt roads leading to nowhere.  I love the road, I love driving or riding but mostly sitting behind the steering wheel. I love the sights, the sounds, the smells and the feel of […]

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 I’ve read about the Stendhal syndrome (also known as the Florence syndrome), where one becomes physically and emotionally overwhelmed by viewing a work (s) of art. The syndrome is named after the French author Stendhal, the pen name for Marie-Henri Beyle  I didn’t put much stock into it. Then it happened. Recently my good friend […]

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As you guessed from my other column I like to drive. I’m an explorer of highways and roads with a notoriety mostly known to those living alongside them and serving as an artery drawn on a map showing a physical destination. Highway 96 is one those I’ve traveled. I traveled it because it exists. And […]

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I’m a traveler. Always have been. Always will be. And I like to drive. Not cattle but a car. Highway 79 is an ambiguous, pleasant and thought-provoking drive through sun-baked soil and red neck country amid the wealthy situated along side hard-working farmers and the dispossessed where justice and fairness occasionally leaves a dry taste […]

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Query: In the United States we appear to have the option of “choosing to cultivate” our attitudes towards our world and it’s ideas and it’s variety of beliefs. They are ours to ponder at our leisure if we so choose. Do these philosophies hold up if we live in the war-torn areas of Iraq or […]

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I am an artist and a seeker who has explored a myriad of philosophies and theologies over the past 75 plus years. I have a few degrees and worked in education and library environments and in the privacy of my art studio depicting different realities on canvas. My travels, studies and experiences have led me […]

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Sue Rosen RN CLNC I have learned so much about miracles, as we witness the seasons of change. I have learned to live, instead of die. I have learned that no matter how many times I extend myself to others, that others will take what I give them, some will appreciate a warm cup of […]

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Sue Rosen RN CLNC Associate Editor Legal Liaison at THE NATIONAL CANNABIS PATIENTS WALL, NY Cannabis Nurses , The Cannabis Nurses Networks Originally published on 6/3/2016 “The CDC and WHO are the Ministry of Fear. They use that emotion to front for pharmaceutical companies, who in turn sell vaccines and drugs. “Be afraid. But don’t […]

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I was talking to an actor friend of mine last week on the phone. We have both been part of the acting world about the same amount of time, maybe he a little longer than myself. He was recently offered a role in a film that he felt might be a bit of a struggle […]

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About a year ago I took a trip around the world, alone, visiting 28 countries starting in Japan and wandering all the way around to England, bouncing several times over the equator.   The timing was one of those perfect storm things – empty nester, healthy and confident, sufficient funds in the bank, a career as […]

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As an intuitive artist I never know for sure how people will respond to my art. I recently sold one of my works to a professional who spends a great deal of time at her desk with no one around except her thoughts. She purchased a work of mine from a jpg or Joint Photographic […]

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Projects or ideas can come from many different sources – a documentary, a book, an image, a group in town, or a shop assistant. The need to write is powerful indeed. I am not a writer that has to write as a job – writing just happens to make me a better person. Call it […]

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You know that feeling of being captivated by a person or something unordinary you had been quietly seeking but somehow never managed to find, up until that moment. You know the rush of adrenaline. You know it’s unconditional. Those are the feelings I experienced when I worked for Remote Area Medical – RAM®. I feel […]

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