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Jan. 28th, 2013 | 08:57 am

My current blog is found at: http://djdblogginghere.wordpress.com

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Jan. 16th, 2011 | 10:42 am

This blog has come in handy to use as an identity for commenting on other blogs.  However, I wish to remind any eventual readers that I blog at http://djdx.multiply.com

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Blog Action Day 2009 - Climate Change

Oct. 15th, 2009 | 12:14 pm

There is climate change I would like to see.

No, I don’t mean lakes disappearing from over-irrigation, nor clouds of pollution, nor polar bears with no place to go, nor palm trees in Scotland.

The climate change I would like to see is in human relations—peacemaking, forgiveness, sharing, encouraging each and every person to be the best person they can, freely.  We can change the climate to Garden of Eden instead of the dog-eat-dog world we have created.

All it takes is a little work on oneself, continuous, ongoing, but not over-taxing, the effort to be and do good.




Helicoidal Ladder to Heaven on Earth


watercolour representing the possibilities being discovered in the field of epigenetics,

the path shown by our Creator, most recently in The Revelation of Arès


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Writer's Block: Previously on My Journal

Mar. 27th, 2009 | 09:05 am

If a friend started reading your journal today, what would you need to fill them in on so they could understand what you're writing about?
If they read my previous entries, they will understand.  Most of my entries are self-contained.  My blog is found at : http://djdx.multiply.com

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Holiday Greetings 2008

Jan. 2nd, 2009 | 10:58 am

People in Exodus Towards a Better World

Watercolour by djd


It is we who are Santa Claus.



It’s up to us to love, forgive, make peace, to create a world that is not just one day’s dream.


Let’s make 2009

a Happy New Year!

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Sep. 15th, 2008 | 01:59 pm
mood: determined

hay field

One thing that bothers me about the Ramadan fasting is that I tend to find myself longing for the day to be over, for evening to arrive, so that I can eat.  Yet life is so short, how can I wish for days to pass quickly?  We barely have the time necessary to become the sort of being God had in mind when He created us.  “To become” is perhaps pretentious, to work towards becoming rather.


“Shout everywhere, "Earthly life is short; happiness is not measured in years, it is measured in eternity; every man barely has time to repent, for the regrets of the specter only add torments to its torments ! Listen to the Word That I received and be saved ! "

 “The penitent is not the sinner who sits in dirt and wraps himself up in a sack, but the man who stops sinning, even though he wears festive clothes and scent and even though he sings to the music of flutes and trumpets; besides, do not joy and finery suit he who has changed his life ?”

The Revelation of Arès 36/23, 30/11

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this new place

Aug. 31st, 2008 | 09:38 pm
mood: shockedshocked

I have signed up here to be able to participate in my brother-in-law's blog.

I write at http://djdx.multiply.com

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