Aravis Tarkheena

United States of America

Writing leads me to thinking.
Thinking leads me to understanding.

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"Just as my touring guitar bears the scars of having been used to create music, so I pray that my imperfect life will be an instrument in God’s hands for His purposes and to His glory." Christopher Parkening

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Aravis Tarkheena (United States of America)() published:

The True Meaning of Environment

PROMPT: Environmental Writing Competition September 2018

Black's Law dictionary defines environment as "The milieu in which an organism lives."
Milieu means " 'surroundings,' 1877, from French milieu, "middle, medium, mean," literally "middle place", from mi "middle" (from Latin medius, from PIE root *medhyo- "middle") + lieu "place". "
There is the actual environment we live in, and then there is how we see that environment, both the visible and the invisible. I believe in a Creator God who made the visible, tangible, tasteable, audible, and smellable...

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Aravis Tarkheena (United States of America)() published:

The Laughter of the Fashioner

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Jeff held his poker face till it felt numb and ready to split. Bowing his customers out he relaxed a little to smile genially. Once the door was shut, he let go. He didn't bellow, he didn't screech, he laughed. He laughed so he couldn't produce laughter. It pounded on in silent rounds, folding him over and making him gasp.

His latest two customers were the famous Halli sisters. He'd pinned together three miles of rainbow colored lace and felt...

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