My Sisters! Arise! – A Poem by Hollow Reed

My Sisters! Arise! – A Poem by Hollow Reed
My Sisters! Arise! - A Poem by Hollow Reed

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Tears – A Poem by Tricia Hague-Barrett

Tears – A Poem by Tricia Hague-Barrett
Tears - A Poem by Tricia Hague-Barrett

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Thankless Tasks – A poem by Tricia Hague-Barrett

Thankless Tasks – A poem by Tricia Hague-Barrett
Thankless Tasks - A poem by Tricia Hague-Barrett

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TO FULFILL A DREAM (2004) – By Tricia Hague-Barrett

TO FULFILL A DREAM (2004) – By Tricia Hague-Barrett
Recording radio programs for Marshall Islands, 2004.

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The Rebelliousness of Man – A Poem by Hollow Reed

The Rebelliousness of Man – A Poem by Hollow Reed
The Rebelliousness of Man - by Hollow Reed

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“Near Death Experiences” Part 1/4 – Tricia Hague-Barrett 2017

“Near Death Experiences” (NDE’s) seem to happen to many people, and those that experience it, say that it changes their whole outlook on life and death.  What exactly do we mean by the term “Near Death experience?”  Is it a real death?  Is it imaginary like some would have us believe?   Read more

LIARS, STORY TELLERS, and GOSSIPS – A Poem By Tricia Hague-Barrett

 

Stories are told, gossips abound,
backbiting is seen as fun.
Stories unfold, often retold,
embellished on the run. Read more

Roar of Jets brings home realities of War – Tricia Hague-Barrett 1983

Viewpoint – Tricia Hague-Barrett (Hughes) 16 Dec 1983

(First published in Timaru Herald, New Zealand)

 
There I was up the ladder minding my own business painting my lounge walls with a lovely bamboo color thinking of the colors that I should like to see in the other rooms in our first home when the sound of an aeroplane overhead nearly had me flat on my back with the paint tray tipped over me.  

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Murals as symbols of solidarity, resilience – BWNS

June 4 2017 Education is not a Crime 

Latest news article by the Baha’i World News Services

 

“NEW YORK, United States — Marthalicia Matarrita is a Latina artist from New York City. Although her life is a world away from Iran, Ms. Matarrita’s artwork connected her with Education is Not a Crime, a street art campaign to raise awareness of the denial of education to Baha’i students in Iran.

 

“It is a formally instituted state policy of the Iranian government to ban the Baha’is, Iran’s largest religious minority, from teaching and studying in universities.” – Read the full article featured by the Baha’i World News Service here 

The Watchmaker and the Hurricane – by Iain Palin

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The Watchmaker and the Hurricane are two flawed arguments commonly used against the scientifically-accepted model of evolution.
 
The Watchmaker Argument has a long history but its best known example, which gives it its name, was set out by William Paly in his 1802 book “Natural Theology”. Read more