Some people look at others and their achievements with jealousy and superiority in their thoughts. These failure-wishers write disparaging comments on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media. 118 more words
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Since 2014, Russia’s story for involvement in Ukraine has hinged on the crucial question of Russian heritage and Russian speakers. Two years into this conflict, however, the language demographics of the contested and uncontested areas, as well as the respective fighting forces, show a different picture.
I’m reading through Proverbs right now (not right now, but you know what I’m saying), in which Solomon writes ad nauseum about wisdom. I guess that makes sense since that was his forte, but still, he repeats himself over and over (which I realize is redundant, but I like redundancy…I also like to say things again and again… … … … …) 652 more words
What a crazy, heartbreaking few days it has been. Slowly it has dawned on the world that the UK voted to leave the EU. Most people did not expect this outcome, including the UK government which asked for the referendum to enable it to win the last election.This has been more political change, more history in a matter of days than we usually get in years. 1,189 more words