Spontaneous Dance of Joy at Market in Teaneck NJ

Spontaneous Dance is a great way to celebrate… come on everyone start danclng and celebrate with them! Watch this wonderful video of what happened spontaneously at the Cedar market in Teaneck NJ right before closing last December 10th. 2015. The 5th day of Chanukah Posted by StandWithUs

Being Strong Has More To Do With Helping Others…

Being strong has more to do with helping others… then just flexing our muscles. Having a strong character means you are the type of person who stands behinds your beliefs, takes responsibility for your actions and treats people with dignity. Being strong means having self awareness in the face of peer pressure, speaking your mind […]

Holiday Spirit, The Brilliant Joy Of Sharing

Holiday Spirit, as we bring an end to another magic Season this weekend and head back to school and work… I’m reminded that the Santa we see on TV, movies, in the stores and Malls, at parties… isn’t the jolly old eif who lives at the North Pole, they are people who live with the […]

Trick or… Dead!

Part Two… FREE Flash Fiction Murder Mystery Story. Enjoy and Read! Murder mystery table top games are generally where the players are told of a murder that has happened and unknowingly, one of them, who is playing is the murderer, and they must determine who among them is that criminal. The game time is divided […]

FOR THE LOVE OF A GHOST (Sample Story from our book “The Talking Board: and other stories)

This a sample story from our book, we hope you enjoy reading this love story of a ghost and a young lady. FOR THE LOVE OF A GHOST by John Rakestraw Available as an eBook | Print My grandma sat there in her tiny little frame with a warm blanket around her legs and smiled […]

Respect vs. Acknowledging

It’s hard out there… Respect vs. Acknowledging. Do we need to respect all beliefs out there? No, we don’t. But, it would be good to acknowledge their beliefs. It makes life between us easier. Respect and Acknowledge, they can go a long way to building bridges that we can use to move forward. re·spect /rəˈspekt/ […]