Strength through Peace by Seth Godin
Here is one more perspective on gratitude, this one is from Steve Maraboli, speaker, bestselling author, and behavioral scientist dubbed by Inc. Magazine as, “The Most Quoted Man Alive.”
Bill Rozday shares his poem, Campfire, with our readers.
Patrick Phillips honors the late Sybil Joyce Shames Kannry with a beautiful poem.
Words, according to poet/geologist/scientist Bruce Adams, of Bloomsburg, are our most lasting source of true “magic” in this world. It’s one reason he “paints with them.”
Faith is a light in the darkness, Surrounded, yet not consumed. A poem by Adrian Walt.
During the past 40 years—while walking along the Schuylkill and Delaware rivers, or the Pennypack and Wissahickon creeks, I find myself thinking of the incomparable Susquehanna and her impact on my life.
B. E. Adams is a former field geologist and private high school and college physics, chemistry and geosciences instructor. He now works in medical research and is an avid environmentalist river town geo-poet.
Bloomsburg River Poets are expected and afterwards an opportunity to hear singer songwriter Larry Lawson next door at the Smiling Chameleon.