Nick Vujicic -Life Without Limbs – 2- min Radio Spot – “Laugh Off Lies”

Audio Link to Produced Spot laugh-off-lies-pdf Title:               Laugh off Lies Airdate:           August 4, 2015 Program:          #892 Here’s a good question to ask yourself, “What’s the lie I’m believing right now?” Hi, I’m Nick Vujicic at Life Without Limbs dot org. The devil’s a big fat liar … and he’s good at it—judging by the number […]

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Protected: Know the Truth (Philip DeCourcy) – October 2016 Appeal Letter

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My Brazil – Travel copy- Intro written for artist, Wayne Forte featured in his 1999 art catalog

My Brazil An excerpt from my essay on Brazil written for well-known artist, Wayne Forte. This essay, which he hired me to ghostwrite, was featured in the artist’s 1999 art catalog. http://www.wayneforte.com Brazil, I soon discovered, was a country of abundant contradictions and paradoxes. It seemed to suffer from a national mood disorder. On any […]

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The Cure for the Wandering Eye: A French morality play that should be required viewing this Valentine’s Day

Download 01 When I Fall In Love “A strange metallic voice kept telling him, “You have to rise to this occasion.”-Narrator, Bastille, Paris Je T’Aime  Criticize the French all you want, I defy anyone to match the short feature, *Bastille,  from the film Paris Je T’Aime for a morality tale that affirms the sacrosanctity of […]

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Faces: The Father of Our Country vs. the King of Con. They Only Look Alike.

Put a ruffled shirt on the man on the right, an axe in his hand and a cherry tree sapling in his backyard and you might even be persuaded to cross the Delaware with this guy—yes, even in the dead of winter, and in a leaky boat no less. Barring a boat ride across the […]

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Building Character in Children: What a Single Mom Learned from Her Daughter About Sports

The Long Green Mile: Some of us get there faster than others. The important thing is to get there. As a single mother there were many things I regretted and one of them was not realizing the potential that high school team sports could have in developing the character of a teenager. Chalk it up […]

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