The Innocents

“When someone hammers a single nail into a smooth, clear wall there is a sense of desecration. The violent act produces an ugly outcome. That nail is nothing but an eyesore. Each time anyone sees it they wish they could turn back time to the point where it had never been put in place. Until that is, someone with vision hangs a glorious picture on it. At which point, there is admiration all round.”Astrologer, Jonathan Cainer  ...more
Chapter One “When someone hammers a single nail into a smooth, clear wall there is a sense of ...more

September 17, 2012 Excerpt from Chapter One of "The Innocents" by Donna May

 The choice of one has a far-reaching effect on many, thus the Innocents. So count them; and count on them being touched, the many, … the Innocents.by Donna D Mayan excerpt from Chapter One...Chapter One...more

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What more can I say, knowing a bit where this is coming from... I like itmore

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