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Soul Bites Poetry: To Poseidon

Thank you Earth Shaker for shaking my earth yet leaving my better temple standing. -M. Advertisements

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How Do My Gods Love Me? Let Me Count the Ways.

This one gets awfully personal, but we’re all best friends by now, right? Continue reading

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Conversing with Gods: Are Gods Shaped Like Humans?

One night, I asked my Most Beloved God (MBG), “Are gods shaped like humans?”
He answered, “Are humans shaped like gods?”
Thinking I had outsmarted him, I came back with… Continue reading

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Who Needs an Our Lady of Guadalupe Bottle Opener Keychain You Ask? WHO DOESN’T?

On this New Year’s Sunday, I thought I’d share with you my favorite Christmas present. Isn’t she lovely? Now every time I drink a bottle of fancy beer it will be like I said a little prayer. I’m going to … Continue reading

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Pray for this Blog! The Hollywood Prayer Network and the Benefits of Sin

How boring would our lives be without pet vices and guilty pleasures—without sneaking off to watch re-runs of Friends or rocking out to Air Supply on your way home from work; without eating a whole bag of Oreos or reading … Continue reading

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