("Cross Your Heart, Hope to Die" by author Ana Lillith Bar...)
"Cross Your Heart, Hope to Die" by author Ana Lillith Bar. art inspired by the childhood vow: "Promise? Cross your heart, Hope to Die, Stick a needle, In your eye."
(A first-time publication collection of short stories by t...)
A first-time publication collection of short stories by the author and artist, Ana Lillith Bar. Stories range from social issues to fantasy.
We moved around a great deal, so I went to many schools before dropping out in 1986. I later received my G.E.D. in 1992.
I have had the pleasure of multiple areas of employment.
Accounts Payable and Receivable
And now, a business owner.
In 2016, I started my own company, "Lillith."
Under this name, and the accompanying "Land of Lillith," I briefly opened a test store for my art. It went well, and am now expanding my efforts to open a physical store that will host my artwork, photography, and various clothing lines, both economical and high-end fashion, as well as household items such as pillows, blankets, shower curtains, rugs, key chains, stickers and much much more.
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Author: (poetry) Seasons of Happiness, (poetry anthology) The Best Poems and Poets of 2002 (Best of 100 Poets of the Year, 2002), Eternal Portraits (Recognized Contributor, 2003), Time After Time, (literary magazine) A.R.T.E. magazine (Dallas, local) (Recognized Contributor, 1993), (poetry anthology) Theater of the Mind (Recognized Contibutor, 2003).
It does not matter what your religious faction, if you are kind and understand the human plight, then you are walking with God. For you understand our Earth is a living, breathing organism that birthed every bit of life on this planet, the you are aware of the God Environment. God is everywhere and in everything. Science will one day find that ever elusive "God Particle," and there you will find the common thread that binds us all.
I don't care what party a politician is a part of. If you can do the job of getting the American people into the 21st Century in a way that promotes Free Speech, Personal Liberty, and Freedom, and understand that if you are not of Native American Descent, then you are an illegal immigrant, and you have the responsibility of living up to, "Give us your tired, your weak, poor and hungry," to the absolute best of your ability.
When you maintain the roll of checks and balances that are in place to protect the people and not industry, and promote the basic understanding, every human deserves a house, food, and proper health care. Then you are NOT A SOCIALIST, You are ARE a HUMAN BEING who has respect for your life and those who briefly share this existence with you.
We are one world and the only race of homo sapiens is human. It does not matter what color your skin, country(ies) of origin, religious or political affiliation, or your sexual identity or preference. We are human beings, period.
This lovely blue-green globe is a tiny, planetary terrarium and it is our duty and sole responsibility to care for and maintain it and all the lifeforms that inhabit it. WE ARE NOT THE MOST IMPORTANT SPECIES. Life for us is brief. Even if we live to be 90, we will experience a mere 32,850 days of living.
We need to learn our place.
Quotations: "Either it is a well-arranged universe or chaos huddled together, but still a universe. But can a certain order subsist in thee, and disorder in the all? And this, too, when all things are so separated and diffused and sympathetic." - Marcus Aurelius
Contributor World Wild Life Fund, EarthJustice, Oakland, California, Friends of the Earth, Washington District of Columbia, Sierra Club, San Francisco, Nature Conservancy, Arlington, Virginia.
I tend to be a loner and self-starter. Time has a way of getting away from me, especially when I am in create mode. But when I am out and about in the world, because living lets no one get away, I often feel I am missing out on some creation that will not be seen again. But I remind myself, without inspiration from outside activity and company, the creative well will run dry.
I'm not sure what would go into a personal description. I'm of average height, with tan-ish skin (depending on season and outdoor activity). Being nearly 50, my weight tends to be more on the squishy side. But I am starting a new health regime, so that may change over the course of this next year. I would not call myself pretty. In fact, I would only say my face is "unique." And being that I am only growing older, that too will change with time.
Neil Tyson Degrasse
Leonardo Da Vinci
Frank Lloyd Wright
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Georg F. Hegel
A. A. Attanasio
Louisa May Alcott
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Children: Laine Anthony Madden, Christina Rain Dickens.