Tag Archives: Catherine Kyle

A CRISIS OF FAITH? INCREASING NUMBERS OF MILLENNIALS IDENTIFY AS “SPIRITUAL BUT NOT RELIGIOUS” OR “UNAFFILIATED”!

Dear chomping chasm, please help us all adult sufficiently today. Dear void of starlight, please help the young ones who call this the best of all dull dystopias. Please help us face our untreated second shadows, the monsters that echo … Continue reading

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THIS ONE EASY KEYBOARD SHORTCUT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE!

We Ctrl+F the bodies of digital texts: emails, webpages, Word documents. We search for what eludes our eye, the vital characters. We wish we could Ctrl+F the bodies of our lovers, scan them for haecceity, if such a thing exists. … Continue reading

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DNA TESTING HAS NEVER BEEN MORE POPULAR! GET YOUR IN-HOME KIT TODAY.

When you lie here, cat—             and your whiskers twitch and your river rock toes             retract raptor-curved claws except for the slate crescent             tips we can see, and your belly hair rises, polished and warm,             in a sun slat bounced off … Continue reading

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THE WORD OF THE YEAR IS AN EMOJI! THIS IS UNPRECEDENTED!

In 2015, Oxford Dictionaries named the “Face with Tears of Joy” emoji the word of the year, stating that it “best reflected the ethos, mood, and preoccupations” of the time. We had a feel the other day and heavens, was … Continue reading

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ADD YOUR NAME TO THIS PETITION TO STOP ILLEGAL POACHING.

The thought was             in the age of the image these things would not             continue. In seeing them we would extinguish them,             eradicate the ills. Still we sit by our moms as they weep             over big game gunned in awareness videos. … Continue reading

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RESEARCH SHOWS THE PUBLIC IS DIVIDED OVER WHETHER TO BE OPTIMISTIC ABOUT THE FUTURE.

How do you combat             or reform something of which you are             a part? How do you aim for the heart of a thunderous             titan while gripping its back? Our dark night drives, our laughter             out windows are all a part … Continue reading

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