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I’m gay. Why did I marry a woman?

| November 18, 2012 | 0 Comments
I’m gay. Why did I marry a woman?

I knew I loved guys in high school and never stopped sleeping with them. But then I met a woman who fascinated me… BY CHARLES ROWAN BEYE One early morning — Wednesday, March 28, 1951, to be exact, nine days after my twenty-first birthday — I was returning books to the university library, when my [...]

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Why President Obama is NOT the Answer

| November 6, 2012
Why President Obama is NOT the Answer

President Obama has won re-election, and rightly so, but as Arianna Huffington reminded us in a recent post: “…let’s not confuse results for answers.” Answers are what’s needed, but powerful answers are the product of profound questions. That Mr. Obama will be elected is a result of the mechanics of democracy. Tempting though it may [...]

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Un-Coupling Usain Bolt & Jamaica

| November 3, 2012 | 0 Comments
Un-Coupling Usain Bolt & Jamaica

Falling out of love sometimes is more about business, than it is about pleasure. This is ultimately what will happen between Jamaica and Usain Bolt. It won’t be Bolt’s doing. Actually he will have no choice. A close look at images from his latest deal with Nissan suggests that this is already happening. It is [...]

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BLOOM’s Weekly Salon Launched!

| October 28, 2012 | 0 Comments
BLOOM’s Weekly Salon Launched!

The BLOOM Salon New York’s freshly minted weekly after-work mixer delivered with great style on Thursday night at the Ritz Bar & Lounge in midtown Manhattan. On hand to witness its birth where 75 plus BLOOMers – creators, entrepreneurs and corporate warriors. SEEN… Alton Fitzgerald White, Mufasa in Disney’s The Lion King on Broadway, stopped [...]

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On Forgiving & Forgetting

| April 27, 2012 | 0 Comments
On Forgiving & Forgetting

Often I don’t really forgive because I fear the person will do the same thing to me again… that they really haven’t changed, and they should change if they are to be deserving of my forgiveness. But we don’t forgive people; we forgive their mistakes. When I forgive someone’s mistake by not punishing them, I [...]

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