Red Isn’t Always the Red I See

It is not that I am colorblind; I just am color indifferent. Red and blue and yellow are all the same to me. This, on many occasions, has challenged the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage, who is very meticulous when it comes to describing anything or anyone. In remodeling my office at the parsonage my […]

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The Potential Hidden Danger in Your Cereal

We all know iron is something we need to stay healthy and prevent anemia. But did you know that too much dietary iron can hurt your health? When choosing a cereal, most people grab what tastes good. If they are health conscious, fiber rich cereals might be chosen. Or, a cereal low in sugar and […]

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Bending/ Breaking The Pandemic Curve: 5 Things We Each Should Do!

With, the exception of those, who claim, to continue to deny the existence of this horrific pandemic/ virus, have experienced, nearly a year, unlike any, in recent memory (and, not, in a good – way)! Most have either, personally, been, either exposed, or infected, or know someone, who has either, experienced some of the ill […]

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Make Yourself A Priority

Focus on making YOU your primary priority. Deny things that don’t satisfy your heart, dispose of negative energy, support your brain and your body and schedule yourself some vacation. Related ProductsLoading products..

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Literary Themes in Kafka’s Metamorphosis

Kafka was an early writer of existentialism. Kafka’s mind had grotesque proportions and his writing was marked with the existential search of the self. The main Literary themes examined through the metamorphosis are Lethargy, boredom, and nausea. Related ProductsLoading products..

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