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Truth And Cynicism

About public and private perceptions

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“In the Name of the Father, The Son and into the hole he goes” so said the children as they baptized the family cat in the washing line prop hole at the bottom of the garden.

Perception, hearing, and intuition are not always the way of truth. Not even if all the senses are homogenized and amalgamated into one. Often the written word was said to…

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Thank you for reading & following. I love a jolly good story: I write short stories, enviro. poetry, and kids’ rhymes. Prev. Education includes a. Dip. S.R.M.

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