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Serendipitous Kinfolk encounter

I recently read Mark Twain’s Innocents Abroad – an account of his trip to the Holy Lands and back, via ship and with other stops, chiefly in Europe, along the way. 688 more words

Thoughts On Living Well

Ni Hao! (Hello!) - II

Due to its cosmopolitan history, Shanghai has a blend of religious heritage as shown by the religious buildings and institutions still scattered around the city. 534 more words


Death Be Not Proud -John Donne

Death Be Not Proud

Death, be not proud, though some have called thee

Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so;

For those whom thou think’st thou dost overthrow… 106 more words



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Don't You Know That It's Dangerous?: A Short Short Story

A little girl weaves her way around her opponents kicking the black and white checkered soccer ball as she makes her way down the field. Sweat pours profusely from her small blonde head making its way down her neck, her heart pounding in her six-year-old chest as she sees a clear shot past the goalie. 299 more words


She Who Must Be Obeyed

Shades of the Penge Bungalow Murders, Pomeroy’s Chateau Thames Embankment, and Rumple of the Old Bailey. But this She came much much earlier, 1887 to be exact. 429 more words