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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Sally Taylor 
 
 Article Title :: It Only Takes Once
 
Scoring a terrific find on a hunt is always exhilarating. If this were not the case, only those with commercial interests would be crazy enough to spend hours, days, and years walking with their noses to the ground like we all do. But it is the case, and each new find brings a whole new charge of that funny electricity all of us crave so strongly.The whole hunting craze, as a matter of fact, is wildly addictive. It only takes one find, one accidental score, to turn an otherwise normal person into a hard core rockhounding, treasure hunting addict. There is no cure for the addiction. It changes lives forever and there is no turning back once you get hit with it.No matter ho  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: John T Jones, Ph.D. 
 
 Article Title :: 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall: Francis Scott Key
 
In 1814 Francis Scott Key was on board an American ship behind the British fleet as it bombarded Fort McHenry. They viewed the bombardment from about 8 miles away. After the bombardment, the American Flag was still flying. This inspired key to write our National Anthem, The Star Spangled Banner.Read about Francis Scott key at http://www.nps.gov/fomc/tguide/Lesson9a.htm. He was born in Maryland to a wealthy family. He was practicing law at the time of the bombardment. The reason he was in the harbor was to gain release from the British Dr. William Beanes, his client and close friend.A religious man, he once decided to leave the law for the ministry. He was against the   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Ed Shettlemore 
 
 Article Title :: Origin of Myths
 
Myths have been around since the beginning of time. It originated with the Greek’s account of creation and covers subjects from origins of civilizations, hero’s, customs and most any other imaginable subject. It has served as an excellent form for passing down history, and customs form one generation to the next; was one of the earliest forms of children’s literature.“In the beginning there was a period of Chaos, when air, water, and matter were combined in a formless mixture. On this floated a Cosmic Egg, from which there arose Gaea (Earth) and Uranus (Sky). These deities created the earth and its creatures and the Sun, Moon, and Stars.”The study of such is known   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: George Lockett 
 
 Article Title :: Being Present and Alert: What Does This Mean?
 
What are the advantages in our life of being present and alert? Why it is important to have these qualities in our life and what does it feel like. Often people say, it is not what you are doing that is important, it is what you are being.Being awake and alert is something we take for granted as our natural state of consciousness.There are many advantages to becoming conscious of this state of being, for a few minutes each day. Being conscious of that inner state of being, feeling the presence of the electromagnetic field of energy that permeates our physical body and forms the aura around the body, is very important.By becoming aware and conscious of this field of  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Dennis Siluk 
 
 Article Title :: Meet the Author: Dennis L. Siluk (Reviews Complied by: Rosa Penaloza )
 
By Rosa PeñalozaMeet the Author: Dennis L. Siluk (Reviews on the Author)For this past year or so I have been writing comments about Dennis’ work, and today I want to share with you some of his reviews and comments other folks have had. He has a verity of literature out there, from short stories (over 200 now), to articles (over 800) to poems (over 1000)—and of course his 31 books, and he is working on four other books, and has done about 12-chapbooks. Most of this work has been done in the past five years, minus three books (and one Manuscript left over from 1984, published 13-years later), and six chapbooks, and miscellaneous poetry. Perhaps he is best know for his   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Phil Bryant 
 
 Article Title :: Writing the Civil War: The Why and How It Was Fought
 
America has always approached its conflicts as if extending the thought of the uniquely American way of life, that is to say as if to leave each man to his own devices and choices free to make or break his own way into life as he has been endowed by his creator. National defense, up until the advent of the Second World War was something for a small national army to attend to. The American Civil War was fought not by professional armies but by armies filled with patriots who answered the call of their respective side and put aside all personal want or gain for the larger call of defending their nation. As a historian and writer, I've collected some of my knowledge and research into this ar  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Read This Article If You Just Really Want to Run Away
 
Remember the Run-Away Bride? Do you ever feel like that sometimes? Many people cannot believe that she ran away like that, yet deep inside you understand why don’t you? In fact the fight or flight response is a human mechanism, which is an innate characteristic of mankind. It runs deep in the primitive part of the Homo Sapien Brain.Some believe that this mechanism is why the human species rose above other species and took the dominant role as top of the food chain for land surface mammals. Indeed, if you feel like you just really want to run away sometimes you are not alone and that thought runs deep in all people, regardless of nationality, culture, race, age or region of the wo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: J Square Humboldt 
 
 Article Title :: The Girl of Friday
 
A centuries-old mystery has crossed my path again ...I mentioned in a recent article that there was a dispute in many academic quarters regarding the actual Viking deity being honored by the name, 'Friday.' The cold, hard fact is that unless someone unearths a runic stone that confirms the issue --- and that's not likely --- only a preponderance of circumstantial evidence is going to carry the day in any such debate.So, while others while away their time contemplating world peace, I've returned to the search for Friday's inspiration.If you'll recall, four of the seven days of the week are named after Norse gods:- Tuesday is for Tyr, the god of truth and war,  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: David Tucholski 
 
 Article Title :: Literary Fiction - Is it in Danger of Dying Out?
 
If Ernest Hemingway were alive today and publishing his first novel at the infancy of the 21st century, would anyone care? I’d have to say, probably not. This is of course, unfortunate. Whether you like his work or consider it overly macho and sexist, there is one undeniable fact: Hemingway redefined the way early 20th century American literature was written. In his simple, yet amazingly realistic style, he was able to relate more to the common man, rather than appealing to ultra-elite society as the countless Victorian authors did before him. Not to say he was the first to write about average everyday people, but it was the way he wrote his fiction that made the average everyday people  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Peter Brusaschi 
 
 Article Title :: Those Tenacious Chinese
 
“Above the Turon River in the Great Dividing Range, Australia, a lonely Chinese grave looks down on long abandoned gold diggings. Locals in the Sofala pub will tell you the old market gardener used to wash and clean the bones of fellow diggers who had died, fill them with gold and send them back. When his time came, there was nobody to send him home.” Quote from: ‘Damien Murphy’.Did anyone see the TV program on the worlds first trans continental railway built in the US in the 1860’s? Just as well boatloads of Chinese, fleeing from persecution, turned up on the West coast at the right time, or the one foot per day progress across some of the highest mountains in America, w  (read full article)
 
 
 
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