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TO ASK OR NOT TO ASK

“Buntis ka na?”

…innocent and caring as it sounds, BUT… is it?

It used to be “kamusta? (how are you?)” to start a conversation.  It means more like a “Hi or Hello”, and it does not require any  answer at all.

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Ethical Questions

MANIFESTO FOR CHANGE

Make an Act of Faith…

I believe that Religious Education should be added to the National Curriculum, and that those who teach it should be made accountable to OFSTED. 168 more words

Is It Wrong to Order Seamless During a Blizzard?

Food delivery apps like Seamless and GrubHub are staples for the average New Yorker.

But when the city’s being pummeled by a blizzard of potentially-apocalyptic proportions, we have to ask ourselves: Is it ethically sound to ask a delivery guy to slog through the mounting snow drifts, all so you can eat pad thai in your Snuggie? 624 more words

And Why - a thought on equality


Who proclaims
What song plays;
When love asks
Where shall we dance?

Dana and Mary….Congratulations on your engagement from your cousin here in Arkansas. :)

Poetry

Discussion: When Authors Are Less Than Truthful

Thanks to the internet, we as readers are more connected to authors and their books than ever before. The internet has given authors and readers a new way to connect. 679 more words

Discussion

Explicit violence in crime fiction: is it necessary?

Interesting piece in the Telegraph this week about the apparent increase in explicit violence in crime fiction. I read a fair sprinkling of the genre, and know that I have learned my limits in what I choose to read, and to watch. 430 more words

Readers