Economic Execution…

Illustration of Pawel Kuczysnk Many people agree that the pandemic is an excuse to strengthen governments' hegemony over the dictatorship of their own laws, resulting in an economic crisis. Obviously, no government in the world can meet the needs of all citizens and therefore there will always be those who will give priority to health … Continue reading Economic Execution…

The Unseen Downfall

Amitav Chowdhury

Simple emotions appear to be bland under the dispirited sky

When the weather is influenced by the multitude of sighs

Like menacing clouds blanketing the earlier euphoria of life

Curtailing time slyly from the daily allowance; stealing dreams too

Unaware, until they are long gone and a sense of despair settle down

Like a heavy bowl displacing water, but unwilling to drown

Stirring restlessness audaciously affects the temper of daily thoughts

Fighting off the clouds of melancholy like a struggling warrior

With inadequate defense from the unseen forces, time collapses


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Lower Lynn Camp Falls — Perkins Designs Located along the Middle Prong Trail in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains, in Tennessee, the 35-foot Lower Lynn Camp Falls is an easy 1/2 mile hike which parallels Lynn Camp Prong. Turning on Tremont Road, the Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont is 2.2 miles, left at the stop sign. It has a restroom … Continue reading Lower Lynn Camp Falls — Perkins Designs

Readers’ wildlife photos — Why Evolution Is True

My store of wildlife photos has depleted to the point where I’m a bit worried. Please send in your good photos! Today’s contributor is Joe Routon, who sent “street photos”—if photos of Auschwitz can be called that. Joe’s captions are indented: These are some of the photos I made a few years ago in Auschwitz…Readers’ wildlife … Continue reading Readers’ wildlife photos — Why Evolution Is True