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I knew not my  own destiny

Nor the roads I would choose

Yet somewhere I found you

This woman of mystery

A world I knew nothing of… 94 more words

U.N. Official Breaks Down Over Deaths of Palestinian Children

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As my colleagues report, Palestinian officials and a U.N. agency say Israeli artillery shells on Wednesday hit a U.N.-run school that was sheltering Palestinian families, killing at least 20. 127 more words


The Gauntlet

It was the first day of the last rotation for my internship to become a dietitian. My classmate and I traveled a quick 2 hours to the armpit of the south to complete our first 6 hour shift with a dietitian at a long term care facility. 560 more words


Tears at Midnight

That was the night you got to me

You came to me seeking comfort

You came to me to share

To talk, to cry and to sleep… 117 more words

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Till we meet again dad| past thoughts

Whirlwind of emotions blocking any sense of logical thinking. My body is stiff can not move a limb , my tears are Wetting my pillows almost drowning me. 386 more words

"What should we think about death?"

By British Humanist Association via YouTube narrated by Stephen Fry

A short Humanist animation about death, afterlife, and living in the here and now.


Preparation for Death

Saint Alphonsus, whose feast day it is today, has a book on Preparation for Death – in other words, preparation to make the last leg of the journey to the Church of Heaven. 643 more words

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