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Being against immigration is an act of racism?

The immigration problem is all over the world. Since we are now globalized, we can enjoy the perks of having friends all over the world and get in touch with so many people and opportunities to learn a new language, find a job anywhere, do something new every day. 200 more words


The Afghan Campaign

Book #10: The Afghan Campaign, Stephen Pressfield

Afghanistan is known as the graveyard of empires.  Many nations over the course of history have tried to subdue this piece of land.   72 more words


Thoughts on Stoicism

Have you ever heard the word “Stoicism” or “Stoic”? Maybe you studied Greek philosophers like Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle but do you know who is Zeno? 432 more words


Aphrodite Speaks: For the Love of Helen

I was not sleeping; I was waking. I was waiting for the time to come when the light revealed herself from beneath the flesh and bone. 1,199 more words

MegaCon Orlando!!!

Hello My Dears,

It’s MegaCon time and this is my first year attending. I recently joined a non-profit group called “We Are Shield,” they try and raise money for different charity events that we attend. 95 more words


Bring me to the GREEK!!!

For the past 2 weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to spend time with this sweet woman named Maria. Born In Athens, Greece as a little girl she dreamed of coming to America and exploring America’s unique journeys. 411 more words


Crisis-hit Greeks foot steep bills for health and education

Every month, when his respiratory medicine runs out, Dionysis Assimakopoulos heads to the most unlikely pharmacy in Athens.

Amid derelict stadiums dating from the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, the volunteer-staffed social pharmacy of Hellinikon has handed out free medicine to hundreds of poverty-stricken patients, keeping some of them out of death’s reach. 799 more words

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