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Money

The Reality And The Ideal

Money, quite simply, is freedom. To be without it in our society is to be always limited. It is also a catalyst and does not give to its possessor any quality, positive or negative, which was not there already. It only serves to emphasize — to magnify and expand the possibilities.

By Our Readers March 1978
Readers Write

Dreams

The second its tiny polished hooves touched earth it began to run but it was still like a falling star, that’s how fast it was. There was a house beside me and I watched the horse disappear around the far corner so that it was blocked from view.

By Our Readers February 1978
Readers Write

Pain

My most painful physical experience was having orthodontic braces on my teeth for several years, having appliances lacerate the inside of my mouth.

By Our Readers January 1978
Readers Write

Tabula Rasa

The mind is at birth a clean sheet, a tabula rasa, wrote John Locke, This column is yours. Sincerity, rather than writing skill, is the only requirement.

By Our Readers September 1976
Readers Write

Work

Figuring out what you really want, barely making ends meet, looking busy

By Our Readers February 1974