Featured Posts #50…Let me share your post links.

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Today’s featured blogs are:

The schnoz memories and emotions: Interesting post. Have you ever thought of what life would be like without your sense of smell?

“Smell goes into the emotional parts of the brain and the memory parts, whereas words go into thinking parts of the brain.” This could explain why memories sparked by smell feel nostalgic and emotional, rather than concrete and detailed. Dr. Ken Heilman

Watching the daisies Brigid’s blog shares some of the therapies and lifestyle changes which have aided in her own self-healing and would be useful to a whole lot of people.

The tree reminds her to find peace nature speaks if you listen well, you can learn to trust the journey. Short and beautiful post.

Fading picture of unknown beggar girl. Some of the vivid faces of harsh reality that we stare at in this World sometimes leaves one feeling hollow and haunted.

Giveaways: My friend Sam is giving away all his poems, and song lyrics, if you are interested in using any of them, please click the link.

A quick drive-thru to say hello can gain you a friend.

‘Do you want more eyes on your words?’

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Out of the silent breath

Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha’s poems portray images that stare us right in the face. Images of love, joy, death, pain, challenges, violation, and freedom. She writes in a language that’s rich in imagery, earthy, honest, vulnerable, yet full of the promise of hope, of loving and of Grace. A collection of light and dark soulful prose.