Monthly Archives: July 2013

“Home” by Dan Lenard

The alone lead solitary lives, and sometimes suffer from loneliness. This is not good living. A new economy of human inter-relationships will build more healthy neighborhoods, and will inspire the community to thrive. Getting to know your neighbor lessens isolation. … Continue reading

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“Why Are You Here?” by P.C.A.W.

How do I address the reason(s) for coming to Grit Uplifted? Yes, in the mid-1980s my family was homeless under the definition of ‘no fixed address.’ I paid rent on a storage unit for the big items and on a … Continue reading

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“What Lurks in the Shadows?” by Maggie Sue Traynor

What lurks in the shadows, it’s not always clear When the adrenaline rises , danger is near. Do not write off what you don’t understand For the warnings are detrimental, not all as planned. Deception: overpowering , and exists all … Continue reading

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