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Buddha on the Sidewalk

Southeast Asia has always attracted me. Maybe it’s the fresh food, full of coconut milk, lush greens and rice noodles. Maybe it’s the smell of freedom in the air or the warmth of its people, a feeling of genuine safety. 420 more words

Transhuman Dreams

Look to the way the stars aligned tonight. Do you
Not see our names spelled out in the constellations?
It’s destiny, baby, and it’s tellin’ us to leave this station! 450 more words


Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)

Rescued from the outrageous neglect of his aunt and uncle, a young boy with a great destiny proves his worth while attending Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. 703 more words


Beyond Casual Colloquialisms: On Annie Proulx's "The Half-Skinned Steer"

It is the uneducated utterance of “them Indan drawrings” that first suggests a cultural divide within the otherwise idyllic “stony landscape” and “stiff-branched mountain mahogany” of Annie Proulx’s Wyoming ranges. 242 more words


Tips! : How to pass LET Board Examination?

By: Lovely del Mundo

Taking an exam will make you feel anxious because it’s time pressured and you hope for good result. It’s like going to the battlefield without knowing if you will be victorious or not in the end. 1,230 more words


Forget It All

Do you remember the days when your breath was short,

yet your tears were plenty?

Do you remember the mornings when the faces around you were melting? 171 more words