CHANNILLO


Commented on Thirteen Moons:
   "Too true."
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20 hours ago

Commented on Thirteen Moons:
   "Is it not being unable to hold onto a love that makes it so romantic?"
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1 day ago

Commented on Thirteen Moons:
   "Perfect! I had to go back and read it a second time, to walk through with her, while knowing the truth. Great story!"
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1 day ago

Commented on Thirteen Moons:
   "You move the story beautifully with your words and the mind of the reader is there with the protagonist. I admire your ability to bring about such powerful emotions."
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2 days ago

Commented on Thirteen Moons:
   "Why do we feel relief at our antagonist's distress? And yet, it is the making of a good story. Interesting how mothers make the most poignant adversaries."
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11 days ago

Commented on Thirteen Moons:
   "Sometimes it is only when we lose everything that we find out what really matters. Lovely fable!"
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11 days ago

Commented on Thirteen Moons:
   "As a great-grandmother, I have lived long enough to have several loves like this in my life and I would not trade one memory or experience. The good and the not so good. You have a wonderful skill. I liked the bird references throughout, it adds to the haunting beauty of the story (which I am sure you know). :) There just may come a day, in some place outside of time, where we are able to revisit any moment or imagination we are inclined to want to experience. Till then, be well. <3"
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12 days ago

Commented on Thirteen Moons:
   "I really like the poetic way that you set the stage and let us see the world through her eyes. It really draws the reader in."
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12 days ago

Commented on Thirteen Moons:
   "Beautiful. mmm,...."
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12 days ago

Commented on Thirteen Moons:
   "chills, thanks"
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12 days ago

Commented on We Don't Understand This Weather:
   "Well done! I love nature!"
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2 months ago

Commented on What If It Is Just a Dream?:
   "As I re-enter Channillo in 2020 my format will change. I will present material as inspired but I do not plan on having the three areas any longer. My views on Christianity have changed radically in these past few years. I still use the same wording because I still follow the same guide, Jesus. I no longer consider myself a Mormon, as I did in 2015. No longer do I carry the traditional beliefs of Christianity. I do believe in the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit and I believe that nothing else is real. I do not believe in sin. I do believe in error. And I do believe that the Atonement that Jesus bears witness of today is our Salvation. I hope that my work helps shed light on a truth that has been covered up for too long. Be well, Debi"
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3 months ago

Commented on Channillo Short Story Contest Winners:
   "What a fabulous allegory for the Separation! It does give one pause for thanksgiving for the little things in life. Even though there is no answer presented besides life and death. Wouldn't it be nice if there was an alternative found? Well done! Congratulations on winning the Short Story Contest for June, yay!!!"
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3 months ago

Commented on What If It Is Just a Dream?:
   "In the Urtext of A Course In Miracles, Jesus says that he is the Atonement. I have learned a lot about this special Son of God in the five years since I wrote this. He is my everything!"
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3 months ago

Commented on What If It Is Just a Dream?:
   "I knew Jesus when I was four years old. I remember when I was told about him and I had no problem believing that he was there watching out for me. I have held to that witness over a lifetime and there has been no dearer friend. July 4, 2020"
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3 months ago

Commented on What If It Is Just a Dream?:
   "I have learned so much more since I wrote this. I will be on again and regularly, once I figure out how to be able to post again. lol Our world is crying and I do not believe that we will be able to stop the sobs until we recognize the Christ that is each of us. Will we be willing to give up our story? Can we lay away our prejudices in the name of Christ and to the glory of God that all humanity may be blessed? How many more must die in body and spirit before we are willing to recognize who we are and why we are?"
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4 months ago