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I watched that video and was utterly speechless. It blows my mind that someone can see an act of social injustice and walk away without saying anything. 154 more words
From the top of the US government down to random postings on Facebook and Twitter, it seems that everyone in the United States is marking the death of Nelson Mandela. 374 more words
An insightful piece that embodies skillful journalism and a most engaging writing style that both informs and uplifts. This is a writer to follow. Please reblog her pieces. You will find that they teach many about the injustices that are happening in Cameroon . Yet, her poetry is uplifting to the soul, an oasis in the desert experiences of life.
Christmas is upon us, and, as ever it sees many of us rushing of to the shops to buy presents and food. Soon we will be raising our glasses to each other and to the Christ child, and then we will begin to stuff ourselves full of food and seasonal merriment in warm centrally heated or log fire emblazoned rooms. 894 more words
A thought-provoking piece on how we can in the rush of preparing for Christmas forget those whose Christmas will be lonely and despairing without our collective outstretched arms of love, support, compassion and understanding.