Dear anyone, by Leilani Raven Katen

Stories by Leilani Raven Katen

San Diego, California

Daily writing prompt
Describe one habit that brings you joy.

  • Dear Anyone,

    This is hope, he’s recovering from root rot. He first came to us bruised and sick. His roots for deeply cut and hope just fell apart in my hands. Hope was addicted to bath salts. It was tragic. Hope questioned his surroundings but with simple rearranging he found his place and a few friends. His…

  • Sir P

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  • Dear Anyone,

    Today was really good. I feel like I finally have a routine that works for everyone. I cleared up everything so it was less cluttered. It felt good to finally be at that moment of grace. I feel like there are many ways to relaxing but cleaning can have so much joy if you want…

  • Dear Anyone,

    We are talking about sexual topics today. If you aren’t interested in that, then leave! I love you, but leave. Shall we begin with a story? 😏 Listen before I tell you all of my dirty secrets please be respectful and keep an open mind. You’ve made it this far as to read this and…

  • Dear anyone,

    I came in here, because I really needed to start connecting with more people. Especially people like you. Reading this right now, possibly in a different time zone. I think the best way to really connect with others, is to discuss topics that are complicated. For me talking about religion really makes me uncomfortable. Like…

About me

Leilani Raven Katen is a young Filipino/American writer, growing up on the Island of Maui and then moving to the state of Iowa. She learned the importance of diversity, allowing her a more colorful life experience. With the experience of learning about different cultures and traditions; Leilani grew to know the world was not in black and white, but in all shades of color. Her imagination that influences her writing due to her complex background makes for endless possibilities. Leilani has a bachelor’s degree in English literature.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

I cannot begin to express the positive impact this woman has had on me. It has empowered me to step out of my comfort zone, pursue my dreams, and cultivate a mindset of growth and resilience. Through the stories shared on this blog, I’ve learned that failure is not the end but rather a steppingstone to success.

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Rating: 5 out of 5.

If you’re looking for a blog that goes beyond surface-level conversations and dives deep into the heart of what it means to be human, this is it. It’s a transformative experience that will broaden your horizons, challenge your perspectives, and remind you of the power of empathy. Prepare to be captivated, enlightened, and inspired.

— Raymond Long

Dear Anyone,

Dear Anyone,

Are there any other beings in existence beyond Earth? Have strange vehicles from outer space soared in the skies above our planet? These are the questions that the recent report from the United States government focuses on – using the term “mysterious aerial events” instead of the commonly known phrase “unidentified flying objects” or UFOs.

According to the report, those who believe in UFOs and conspiracies may feel unsatisfied with the answers. After thoroughly examining video recordings from U.S. Navy planes and other documents, U.S. officials and analysts have concluded that there is no evidence to support the existence of alien technology. However, they still cannot provide a logical explanation for the unusual phenomena that have been observed.

The concept of extraterrestrial beings visiting Earth has gained tremendous attention in recent years, especially after the Pentagon confirmed the authenticity of several videos featuring objects displaying extraordinary speed and agility sourced from the U.S. Navy. This revelation, coupled with the news of a secretive Pentagon program established to investigate sightings of unexplained phenomena, has brought newfound credibility and clarity to the once-speculative field, which was once associated with stereotypes of enthusiasts wearing tinfoil hats.

The Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program was initiated by the Pentagon in 2007. Elizondo took over as its leader in 2010. However, the Defense Department stopped the program in 2012. To clarify the authenticity of online footage, the Department of Defense released footage from Navy fighter pilots’ cameras in April 2020. The Defense Department has classified the aerial phenomena observed in the videos as “unidentified.” According to a 2019 Gallup Poll, one-third of U.S. adults believe that some unidentified flying objects (UFOs) could be alien spacecraft visiting Earth from other planets or galaxies.

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence is preparing to present a fresh report on UFOs to Congress this month. As per a provision in the government funding and COVID-19 relief bill approved by Congress last year, a report must be submitted. The report mandates that U.S. intelligence agencies and the Defense Department must disclose any information they possess regarding unusual aerial phenomena. This includes unidentified aerial phenomena (also known as ‘anomalous aerial vehicles’) and any airborne objects yet to be identified. The report falls under the Advanced Aerial Threats category in the spending bill.

On December 27th, when ex-President Donald Trump signed the bill, he initiated a 180-day deadline for the national intelligence director to deliver a report to Congress. The information will be sent to the Intelligence and Armed Services committees in both congressional chambers.

The possibility of extraterrestrial life visiting and even colonizing Earth has been a topic of interest for many years. This concept has been popularized in books and movies, and it has also caught the attention of the military. The American fascination with UFOs dates back to July 1947, when some UFO enthusiasts claim that the U.S. Air Force discovered an alien spacecraft and its occupants near Roswell, New Mexico.

The military has been conducting investigations to explore the possibility of an alien force’s arrival or whether these sightings could be attributed to advancements in aeronautics and engineering by rival nations. In 1947, as rumors spread about the Roswell incident, the Army intelligence corps began looking for former Third Reich aerospace designers who were believed to have created a flying disc.

In the year of its inception, the Air Force launched Project BLUE BOOK to investigate sightings of UFOs. During the following twenty years, the program received 12,618 reports of unexplained sightings. Although the project ended in 1969, approximately 700 sightings are still categorized as “Unidentified” based on the records maintained by the National Archives.

What will the upcoming report on UFOs to Congress reveal? Are there any logical explanations for the observed unusual phenomena? Is there evidence to support the existence of alien technology?



What are your thoughts on it? Let me know! I want to hear your thoughts.


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Always Leilani Raven Katen

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