Becoming the oil and wine in today's society
a peaceful "meander with intention" amongst the trees
Welcome Aboard, Train Wreck
A Place for Well-Being, Sacred Growth, and Thriving."
Social Justice Educator, Aspiring Humanitarian
Independent Publisher of Poetry and Prose
To assist and inspire
Everybody has a story. Here's a little of mine.
Drink the fuel!
Sharing the HOPE and encouragement we have in God.
Words are the only thing left holding me together
Light shall shine out of darkness!
Living a life fulfilled
Paper Playground; everything happens on this playground
Living a More Creative Life
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The Official Site of Author, Joseph D. Newcomer
line by line by line
...a Content Portfolio
Devotions, Healthier-Life, Love-life & Lifestyle, Mental-Wellness, Personal-Development Trends, Education, Network-Marketing & Entertainment
Finding the extra in the ordinary
Law, poetry, You and me
Poetry, Musings and Memoirs - True Tales of My Life
POETRY, RANDOM THOUGHTS AND STUFF LIKE THAT....
A world of books, poems and musings!
(ad)ventures in poetry
JESUS || The Way * The Truth * The Life
Photographer obsessed with water, and with taking photos.
The Cricket Pages
Poetic storyteller with a mic and a camera.
Just another WordPress.com site
A Christian Blog about the Bible, Theology, God, Jesus Christ, Christian Music, Christian Movies, Family, Cats, Odd Holidays and much more.
Sono una donna libera. Nel mio blog farete un viaggio lungo e profondo nei pensieri della mente del cuore e dell anima.
Beauty ever ancient, ever new. - St. Augustine
with the Holy Spirit of promise -Ephesians 1:13
A blog of comfort during unpredictable times
Blossoming: A Story of Beauty, Pain, Struggle & Growth
A journey of healing through my music
Rural Life in Newfoundland, Christian Unity
I am Eva -former refugee, doctor and a writer. My parents were Holocaust survivors, I escaped communism. I wrote a novel, mixing family stories and fiction. A novel about Holocaust, communism, racism and emigration. What makes people leave, and what happens to the ones who do, and to the ones who stay. I believe these old stories are more important now than ever before.
May the Words Flow