Tuesday, November 20, 2018

50 Shades Of Black: A Fictitious Exotic Journey For “The Best Part”

November 19, 2018 by  
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‘I See You’ A late night, tacos, and a tender first kiss set off fireworks for Maximus and Zena. Every morning at work I see him in the break room getting his coffee. Wrapping his strong hands around his mug and slowly adding his required sugar and cream. He is always in a rush to get back […]

PEACE: Submit to love

November 19, 2018 by  
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  “I walk in love. I talk in love, and I submit my life to love.” Yes, these oaths of love are filling holes in our lives. Sometimes, chaos seems to be so far away until it comes knocking on your door. The practice of love is something we must discipline our minds to submit to. It is so easy to join […]

PHOTOS OF THE MONTH – OCTOBER 2018

November 4, 2018 by  
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PHOTOS OF THE MONTH – OCTOBER 2018

50 Shades Of Black: A Fictitious Exotic Journey For “The Best Part”

November 4, 2018 by  
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Love at First Bite The morning dew was fresh on the leaves, and Zena was still asleep. She keeps the window open to capture the fresh air, and a cool and satisfying breeze meets the opening of her eyelids. She reaches for the alarm clock and realizes immediately — she’s late for her first day on the new job. “Oh, […]

Plug Into The Truth About Question 3

November 4, 2018 by  
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Tracy Skenandore examines the facts behind a risky experiment with the affordable energy Nevadans depend upon. There is a constitutional amendment on this November’s statewide ballot that would raise our electricity rates, eliminate consumer protections, and lock a risky experiment into our state constitution. The ballot measure, known as Question 3, would force Nevada to dismantle its existing regulated electricity system — one of the most reliable […]

Races For Governor, Senate Receive Top Billing

November 4, 2018 by  
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BY LOUIE OVERSTREET The headliners for Nevada’s election show on Nov. 6: The race for governor to replace term-limited Brian Sandoval, and a challenge strong challenge to Sen. Dean Heller. Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak and Lt. Gov. Adam Laxalt are vying to replace Sandoval. In order for Sisolak to win, he needs to run up the score in Clark County — to offset the votes Laxalt will […]

PEACE: When there seems to be none …

November 4, 2018 by  
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  A chieving peace is often an abstract desire. It is sometimes taken for granted — because you can’t touch it like a physical object that sits on your coffee table waiting to be picked up when you need it. But we all know that it is real, because you can feel it; it may be in spurts, but it can be […]

50 Shades Of Black: A Fictitious Exotic Journey For “The Best Part”

September 23, 2018 by  
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The Meeting   Funny how, when the weather changes, it brings about relaxed feelings. A feeling that indicates there is a pause in the day from all responsibilities and demands. It rains in Atlanta on the regular — especially in the late summer and early fall. The bright colors of the trees and grass open up to the sky’s moisture, […]

Horsford vs. Hardy: The Rematch

September 23, 2018 by  
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BY LOUIE OVERSTREET The race in Nevada’s 4th Congressional District pits Cresent Hardy against his predecessor, Steve Horsford, in a rematch of their 2014 contest — when Hardy won by a slim margin of about 3,000 votes. November’s election figures to be a nail-biter of its own. The stakes are sky-high in this race, so look for it to be a bare-knuckle brawl. Two factors allowed Hardy to […]

PEACE: Hold on to Faith

September 23, 2018 by  
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  I have often asked myself, “How do I find peace when there is no peace?” Many of us find the peace we seek by going to church or simply connecting with the higher power through prayer and the study of scripture. But when surrounded by obstacles in day-to-day life, it is sometimes very hard to reclaim our “in motion” peace. The peace […]