Jonathan and me have initiated an online magazine ( ezine ) with the name ” Pax Et Dolor ” meaning ” Peace and Pain.”
We would like you to be a part of our good work, an help us unite all the creative minds and souls all over the blogosphere.
We dream of a thread that connects the creativity and wanderers throughout this space.
We have different categories like Prose’ and Poetry, Travel and tourism, Photography and creative writings, and One new category Jonathan added called Cuisine.
Our dearest mates,
We would like to hear your views, ideas, plans,aids,contributions and any knowledge.
We seek for any of your better and bitter words. Let us know what you feel and how can you contribute us!
Further more, we also are trying to motivate and give platforms to creativity and artistry.And create a paradise of imaginations and arts.
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Note: This is a follow up to my Q&A with the Brewers Association’s Julia Herz.
Over the weekend, I listened to the latest Good Beer Hunting podcast with members of Indianapolis’ Central State Brewing. Among the variety of topics covered by host Michael Kiser was a lengthy discussion of the business’ commitment to social issues of equality and diversity. The Central State crew spoke with earnest about their interest in LGBT issues and Indiana’s political climate.
On Tuesday, I saw a brewery with a beer named “Date Grape.”
This contrast is not just the push-pull of today’s beer industry, but American culture as well. It’s easy to find wonderful examples of people, businesses and institutions doing what’s right for the advancement of human beings. Then you turn around and that 180 feels like more than a metaphor when you see downright ignorant acts.
The inappropriate beer name wound up being a
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Do you believe in coincidences?
And then again I don’t.
Say what Lady G?
Ok, I’ll admit that I have mixed feelings about the term ‘coincidence.’
I find it too sterile.
Seems too scientific.
Don’t get me wrong, I love Science, it has always been one of my favorite subjects.
However, at times, I find that discipline’s lens to be a bit myopic.
Simply put, human connection, in reality, occurs on a Universal realm that is ever so complex, and thus, cannot be reliably replicated through research.
Having said that, several years ago I read a book entitled When God Winks by Squire Rushnell.
That book validated my own thoughts about ‘coincidence’ and ‘synchronicity.’
Rushnell refers to these as winks from God.
You gotta love that!
I’ve experienced MANY ‘winks’ from God relative to bloggers that I follow.
The most recent one was with Kim from “Peace, Love and Patchouli.”
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