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Everything you need to know about life taught by a 3 year old

by Peter Barbas

All the answers to life most important questions and challenges as addressed by a 3 year old. If you thought children could not teach you anything, think again. Some of lifes most valuable lessons are in this...

100 Moral Stories

by Islamic Mobility - XKP

A POND FULL OF MILK, DON'T CHANGE THE WORLD, THE TRAVELERS AND THE TREE, LEARN FROM MISTAKES, THE BOY WHO CRIED 'WOLF', THE FARMER AND THE STORK, THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE, THE ANT AND THE DOVE, THE MONKEY AND...

HUMAN EMOTIONS

by Gypsy Travis

Human emotions are complex and range from the ridiculous to the sublime. Who hasn't felt love, anger, fear, hope, despair or grief in their journey through Life? Here, in no particular order, are vignettes expressing...

The Armchair Critic

by Tannaaz Irani

Tannaaz Irani has always been a lover of the liberal arts, particularly social psychology and sociology. She has a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology from St. Xavier’s College in Mumbai as well as a degree in...

Excerpts From Save The Basement Plus Other Stories

by Jerry De Munda

What follows are a few excerpts from a larger work covering my time as a volunteer fireman during the 1970s. Also included are some of my other misadventures through the years.

HalfWit And All Man

by Peter Rodman

Seventy or so short humor essays originally published in the Suttertown News. The man's two dogs came running across the yard at me, barking and snarling. They stopped inches from my face and continued barking...

Bullshit?

by Rodney Ohebsion

In Bullshit?, Rodney Ohebsion wastes his and your time by asking such questions as: "Why do we use the world 'bullshit' to say that something is untrue?" "How come we call pickles 'pickles,' and not 'pickled...

Becoming Dad: A True Story of One Man's Transformation from Clueless Husband to Involved and Nurturi

by Kelly Crull

Becoming Dad: A True Story of One Man's Transformation from Clueless Husband to Involved and Nurturing Father Within weeks of getting pregnant, Kelly Crull’s wife had a stack of parenting books waiting on...

Stories of Bahlool

by Kubra Jafri - xkp

Short and interesting Stories for kids from the life of Bahlool, the companion of the 7th Imam. Thanks to al-islam.org islamicmobility.com

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Zen In The Art of Absurdity

by Carla René

In “Sounds Like...A Self-Portrait” we see Fern’s struggle to go for it with Rogers or not. But will her gas keep them apart? “Road Rage” shines a light on all those crappy drivers--who are driving...

Kim Kardashian For President

by Rodney Ohebsion

Rodney Ohebsion on work, taxes, government spending, and economics.

I Was a Teenage Stowbilly

by Michael Pollick

"I Was a Teenage Stowbilly" covers the author's childhood in the small Midwestern city of Stow, Ohio during the Seventies and Eighties. It starts out innocently enough, with a fond look back at elementary school....

Prophet Ayyub (as)

by Kamal al-Syyed - XKP

Surely He Was Frequent In Returning (To Allah) - The Story of Our Prophet Ayyub. By: Kamal al-Syyed Translated by: Jasim al-Rasheed ISLAMICMOBILITY.COM

Pop Tarts and Snails

by Rodney Ohebsion

A fun look at the world of food.

What? Watt? Where? Ware?

by Thom Goddard

Comedy script written for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2001.

The One With All The Good Stuff

by Michael Pollick

"The One With All The Good Stuff" is a collection of humor essays, memoirs and poetry specially selected by author and poet Michael Pollick. Individual essays and poems have appeared in such literary journals...

In Search of Truth

by Bint Al Huda - XKP

An Islamic novel by Bint al Huda. Sarah, a Christian and Mohsen a Muslim, both studying in third year of college decide to get married. Mohsen takes Sarah to an alim so that she says her Shahadah, but the alim...

I'm a Liberal--I Deserve an Award

by Rodney Ohebsion

If you’re a liberal (like me): Congratulations! You’re awesome! I’m awesome. We’re fair, rational, tolerant, pleasant, public-spirited individuals who have managed to figure just about everything out,...

Trials and Tribulations of a Teenager.

by Bram Siebert.

A short, personal essay, written for an English class, in which I discuss some of the challenges I, and teenagers, face on a daily basis.