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I do not know what to title this work. It is a collection of writing about human values and ideologies for living. When I first started writing this, I called it “A Life of Meaning, The Meaning of Life.” As … Continue reading
On my first tour of sea duty, in the Sea-Bees, we were deployed in Guantanamo Bay Cuba. It didn’t take me long to discover that there wasn’t much to do with my spare time. There was; fishing and swimming or … Continue reading
By Bill Willson I stand before the cold stone wall My eyes fill with tears, heart so heavy, The writing‘s so small, and the wall so massive. I press my hands and face against cold blackness How … Continue reading
A Christmas Story The innkeeper was tense. A meticulous man, he would check each room personally. His servants hurried before him to be sure that each accommodation would be in perfect order. Fresh, sweet-smelling straw had been placed on the … Continue reading
By Bill Willson Have you ever experienced the perfect moment, when all was right in your world? Has there ever been a time when everything was so good, so perfect, that you wouldn’t trade the moment for anything in the … Continue reading
By Bill Willson I seriously doubt I could write anything original about courage. I can only write about what the word means to me based on my feelings and what I have experienced, or read. Some say courage is the … Continue reading