Pile of Junk

What’s the definition of “junk,” Mr. Edison? You know one person’s junk is another person’s treasure. Art can be formed from junk or junk can pile up in a kitchen drawer. Junk can live in a city dump or in the dark recesses of a basement. Dust can be covered by junk or junk can be covered by dust. Junk can be in the trunk or anywhere else it wants to be. But what exactly is junk? Is it metalRead more

Adore, Treasure, Cherish

Verb; past tense: Cherished Protect and care for (someone) lovingly; “He cared for me beyond measure and cherished me in his heart.” Synonyms: Adore, hold dear, love, dote on, be devoteed to, revere, esteem, admire Hold something dear; “I cherish the letters she wrote.” Synonyms: Treasure, prize, value highly, hold dear Keep a hope or ambition in one’s mind; “They cherished dreams of glory.” Synonyms: Harbor, possess, hold on to, cling to, keep in one’s mind, foster, nurture. Hello CherishedRead more

Freedom, Independence

“Some say freedom is a gift placed in our hands by our forefathers. Some say freedom is a human right that none should be denied. Some say freedom is a privilege that can and will be seized if taken for granted. Some say freedom is the key that opens doors otherwise meant to imprison. Some say freedom is power to do, to be, to say, and to accomplish what the oppressed cannot. Some say freedom is a responsibility—a weight toRead more