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Times are tough... How to do more with less...

Working in a state driven by mining, we used to hear a lot about the ‘skills shortage’ during the boom. Companies, governments and researchers prepared papers crying out for… 458 more words

How to dance like an Omani

 

It was just after 7 p.m. I knew the call to prayer was sounding but I couldn’t hear it over Ashraf’s salsa music.

With his left hand on the steering wheel he used his right to filter through music videos on his iPad. 928 more words

Oh. Wow. Okay... So What Do I Do?

“Blessed is the man who doesn’t walk in the counsel of the wicked, nor stand on the path of sinners, nor sit in the seat of scoffers; but his delight is in the LORD’s law. 758 more words

Jesus In Our Everyday Lives

Huntress

I really loved Malinda Lo’s Cinderella retelling Ash, which is why I’d originally put this book, set in the same world, on my 48HBC pile. 365 more words

Books

About Diversity

Last week, I received a tweet from someone I’m following that had a link to an article about how diversity is bad for America. It was from a far right wing Christian group with a family supportive name and yet it is far from that. 343 more words

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London Food Scene: Breakfast Club

Luckily, I am surrounded by a group of foodie friends, and they have gone on and on about places which do excellent English breakfast. This however has never excited me too much as I am not the biggest fan of full-English breaky. 275 more words

Life

I agree that something's not right

After quickly reading both snippets I must agree with the meme’s sentiment but in an unintended way.

I see both selections as too touchy-feely to have been considered “journalistic.” They provide us too few facts about two wildly different sorts of individuals and leave viewers (we are not really “readers” as we don’t have either selection in its entirety) with a false sense of understanding. 621 more words

Political Correctness