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  • After giving him a moment to reflect she gently said, “You say you are the only one herenow; how has that come to pass?”

    Begonia {part five}

  • When my grandfather was the Constable in the 1940's, he would have lunch or let's say - an after-work beer - at this place which might not have been THAT place, and if somebody wouldcall for him there, like,say, my grandmother, the owner/bartender wouldput his hand over thephone, ask about him knowing perfectlywell he was there, and thensay, "He say he no herenow."


  • My sister no longer breathes in the herenow, and her last breath was pushed in by a machine.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • The world to come is not only a hereafter but also a herenow.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • I may use it to introduce biology with Beethoven's 7th, 2nd movement--I realize for some it's a cliche, but it takes me beyond the herenow.

    What's matter?

  • Close at hand in the realms nearest the herenow, or deep in those worlds where the boundaries between space and time were so thin as to be transparent.


  • Whatever was involved in Tom's di~co, it was something beyond the pale of the herenow.


  • Thomas by clicking herenow or visiting www.



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    December 8, 2008