All Blog Posts Tagged 'inheritance' (4)

Dividing an Inheritance Three Ways

I once saw a TV movie, probably a BBC production, probably a movie version of a classic novel, a period costume drama set in England in the 1800's. It had several protagonists we were supposed to care about, and lots of soap opera. One protagonist was a man around 30 years of age, a minor relative of a wealthy family who had never been successful himself. Due to a tragedy, the major members of this family had died, and the whole estate was going to be divided among the more distant…


Added by John B Hodges on March 7, 2013 at 11:47pm — 4 Comments

hey, cowboy, let me see your face

hey, cowboy, let me see your face

the scar where pain still lingers from

a broken-necked beer bottle brawl

the teeth gone bad and yellowed like old paper

from the chew you cannot swallow

the whiskers like a patch of stiff,…


Added by Philip Jarrett on January 15, 2013 at 1:12pm — No Comments

A little about the posts I've made and an intro to the last one

Hi, I'm Phil Jarrett, the author and copyright holder of the sequence of poems posted on my blog today.

Someone got me thinking about growing up in poverty in West Virginia so I published the toys you never won growing up in Chespeake, West Virginia on the Kanawha River in the 'Fifties.  and that one led to a poem after the Sego Mine Murders The Ghost of These Dark Hills.  After came the one about my spiritual journey from the hard work and drudgerly…


Added by Philip Jarrett on January 15, 2013 at 1:06pm — No Comments

The-Belief-Engine (Human Mind)


Hi Folks,

I came to read this article before couple of months back. It manly focuses on the psychological aspect of the human attitudes and reasons that cause them to be changed. (Environmnetal factors and Genatical inheritance)

In this article you will be able to find a scientific… Continue

Added by Isuru Ayodhya Chamarasinghe on June 23, 2009 at 3:44am — No Comments

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