The Stone Institute

The Mystery Begins Again

The Mystery Begins Again A Century Ago. He held the Hand of His Dying Father. He Worried not about the Suffering of Little Children. The Elderly Agonize about the Last Days. Their Life a Journey Between Birth and Death. Along the Way Memories Amass in Warehouses, Complexly Arranged in Gardens and Fields. Each Filled Storehouse is Labeled. Another is Constructed when the Last One is Full. Thousands of Recollections are Carefully Archived. Some not Retrievable. Their Grade School Teachers... Read More
Posted by Kevin Merigian at Tuesday, September 29, 2015
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Fade In Time

Fade In Time The Breeze Knocks Gently as the Sun Rises. Uncertainty fills her Mind as She takes her First Step. The Clouds have Followed her for Many Years. Thunder Claps and Lightening Strikes Were Common. Towers collapsing, Fire Raging, The Agony of Chance. There was no Rest in the Darkness of Doubt. Universal Laws do not Guide Those who Cannot Understand Them. The Power of Possibility is Lost when The Risk of Anguish Affects Each Possible Action. There is Numbness Drenched with Desire.... Read More
Posted by Kevin Merigian at Tuesday, September 22, 2015
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Never Turn Back

Never Turn Back The Rocks are Rugged and Sharp. The Cliffs are Steep and Dangerous. Vehicles are not Suited for These Treacherous Roads. Each Climb is Daring, Seldom Successful. It does not Deter those who have Spirit. As you Walk up the Road, Look for the Passage that Veers to the Left. The Trail to the Right Leads to Nowhere. There is no Passion on the Right. Dignity may Shower You in a World of Boredom. Everyday Leads to Another Every day. Punxsutawney Jim never sees His Shadow. If... Read More
Posted by Kevin Merigian at Tuesday, September 15, 2015
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