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May 2014

Maya Angelou and My Friend Joe

Tweet English: Maya Angelou reciting her poem, “On the Pulse of Morning”, at President Bill Clinton’s inauguration in 1993 (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Maya Angelou, the renowned poet, author and civil rights activist, has died.  She was a great voice for the people. My best friend, Joe Morhaim, who was a screen writer and who died [...]

Forever Here, now on Apple iBooks

Tweet “Forever Here”, by author James Hilgendorf, is now available on Apple iBooks as an e-book download. A collection of seventy inspiring, penetrating pieces exploring the dimension of forever lying within the real world around us, and within our own lives, “Forever Here” is a call to everyone to bring forth the greatest self one [...]

Who Shines the Brightest?

Tweet Around the world, one sees national leaders and politicians who are in the limelight, who strut their stuff on the national or world stage, and trumpet their importance to the masses via radio and television and the internet, or behind the barrel of a gun. We have seen them before, populating the trash bins [...]

Breakthrough, Into the Unknown

Tweet The breakthrough comes when you have deepened faith in yourself. Until you have changed something deep within, until you have come to the realization that you can stand up for everything you believe in about yourself, and stake your stand upon that foothold with no compromise, then to receive the benefit – the money, [...]