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(g) The same boat; November 21 tanka series

The same boat; November 21 tanka series

“Everything belongs, even the bad and dark parts of yourself.
Nothing need be rejected or denied.” ~ Richard Rohr… 115 more words


normal: living beyond our limitations

What does it mean to be ‘normal’? Is there such a thing? I guess it depends on your personal definition, doesn’t it? Because the world will always try to compartmentalise, squash us into boxes and confine us in its own straitjackets, if we let it. 401 more words


Out of the Fire - Accepted for A Year in Ink 11 (2018)

New York Times bestselling author Caitlin Rother says success as a writer requires “supreme determination, persistence, and rebounding from rejection.” One of the hard realities about submitting work to agents, editors, and contests is that rejection is not only possible, but likely. 194 more words


Recommendation for Compulsory Education for children with special educational needs accepted by MOE

(Source: www.theonlinecitizen.com)

The Ministry of Education (MOE) has announced that it has accepted recommendations filed by the Implementation Advisory Panel (IAP) for children with special educational needs (SEN) in the areas of placement and exemption from Compulsory Education (CE). 471 more words

Current Affairs

Fearless PT. 2

My eyes see more

Than what is there for me to see

My soul feels the energies

Trying to break my will to be free… 50 more words

Walmart makes silly claim that Walmart Pay is about to overtake Apple Pay

(Source: 9to5mac.com)

More and more stores accept Apple Pay, but there has been one big hold-out: Walmart. The world’s largest retailer decided instead to create its own mobile wallet service, Walmart Pay … 225 more words


‘Shocking Behavior’: Only 1.5 Percent of Syrian Christians Accepted into Western Nations

Only 1.5 percent of Syrian refugees granted refugee status by Western countries in 2016 were Christians.

The charity Barnabas Fund said the United Nations has “failed miserably” to protect those refugees— of which many are Christians. 288 more words