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The Bridge, a poem by Robert A Sieczkiewicz

Old Blackford Bridge, Walter Hall (1910)

The Bridge, Robert A Sieczkiewicz

Built of steel and concrete was quite a feat.
They came from afar to see this marvel. 84 more words

Finding Beauty

Day 19 of 30 Days of YES: Yes to learning

Being more open is a touching experience. You let off your guards and fences. No more shields. You face the world and its flow. Whatever it brings. 517 more words


Is your perspective really your own?

Most of our independent thoughts aren’t independent. They are shaped by our culture, religion, and people around us.

We just take it for granted that this is the way things are. 690 more words

Day 17 of 30 Days of YES: Biases & Confidence

Work day passed pretty quickly – I was investigating various issues and concentrating on the tasks quite well. During the lunch break I also got tickets to Ghibli concert & Anime exhibition (one of the super easy yes of this month – I love Miyazaki!). 243 more words


Will you talk to me if?

Hey beautifuls’! Winters are here with beautiful evenings. Hopefully you all are enjoying Winters. I want to share something really interesting. I am part of a beautiful campaign “ 826 more words


A Gun Compromise that Neither Side will Accept

The topic of gun control is almost never a polite discussion, but worse yet its almost never a discussion that leads to compromise or real solutions. 422 more words


The Beauty of Henna

Last weekend was this year’s final F1 Grand Prix. It took place at the beautiful Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates. We were there, gloriously clothed in our beautiful Lewis Hamilton Mercedes branded tshirts and caps. 203 more words

Arabic Calligraphy