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Death and the dry bones

I’ve always loved the Highlander. It tells the story of an immortal hero who fights against other immortals with the victor gaining the power of the loser. 905 more words


I moved to the United States from India, four years ago. I was prepared that moving to a whole different country, away from my family, friends and everything I knew and loved would be a massive change. 603 more words


Join me and pledge to work with and hire comms people on merit

Merit. I just love that word and what it means. To quote the Oxford Dictionary, the noun merit is understood to mean, “the quality of being particularly good or worthy, especially so as to deserve praise or reward.” Hence the phrase, to be deemed worthy of something on merit. 452 more words

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How to Understand Clinical Research, Part II: Quality of Evidence

How to Understand Clinical Research, Part II: Quality of Evidence

The ability to critically understand & judge the data from a study is crucial in making decisions on whether a new drug is safe & effective. 9 more words


Latifah Saafir Workshop

Barely had I recovered from the retreat weekend when it was time for a guild workshop. Latifah Saafir  spoke at the Portland Modern Quilt Guild meeting, and while she was in town, she led three workshops. 445 more words


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Is it just me or is anybody else getting sick of search engines stereotyping them. Click on one app and suddenly you are new age and you get half a dozen apps recommended, about your chakra. 369 more words

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Father Knows (You) Best

Dear Daughters,

“Anyone who doesn’t like you is an idiot.”

So I said to one of you earlier this week. And so I’ve said to each of you at some point (perhaps not in so many words). 510 more words

Dear Daughters