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You Are So Powerful; Thoughts on Malala, Changing the World and True Power

Can’t seem to get the song below out of my mind lately.  What is so powerful is your Mind. And your Spirit. Working together.

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Moon Lodge

Book Review of City of Heavenly Fire, a.k.a. Add All the Feels and Stake You in the Heart

Honestly, that’s what it was like. I’m going to try to keep this review spoiler-free, but I might do a bit of spoiling in a  922 more words

Guest column: A Pakistani journalist shares insights on Taliban

I can sit by the St. Johns River for hours and watch the dolphin fins as they merge into the waves that stretch for miles. 587 more words


I Am Malala

I Am Malala is a beautiful and empowering memoir written by young education activist Malala Yousafzai that teaches us the power of the pen. In a nutshell, the book talks about her family and hometown, and how everything changed when the Taliban appeared and took control. 137 more words

Review: Books

REVIEW: Sadia Azmat: I Am Not Malala ★★★

As I approached the Royal Mile, I was expecting to be bombarded by the brave and the blunt. I prepared myself for cries of teenage angst and “It’s about a girl who cuts herself and bleeds orange juice; it’s super relevant”. 286 more words