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FYF ~ Chapters 25: Being In Love With Love! #FYFLove #audiobook

I WELCOME THE MYSTERY!

Isn’t it amazing that when we are in that, “IN LOVE” feeling what we FEEL and how we see the world and everyone around us seems to be through clear eyes and a completely open heart FREE OF FEARS, free of prejudice, free of judgment, free of hate, free of cares. 108 more words

Memoir

Climbing

When we were high school kids (late 1960s/early 1970s), my brother and I used to climb these rocks whenever we felt like it. The big crack in the rock above was a favorite, easy climb. 57 more words

Everything!!!

A few of my favorite things: 'The Return' of MST3K is an improvement, but nothing like the original

I’m still only in Saigon,” likely won’t be a phrase that we hear in the not-too-distant future. At least not when Jonah and the bots are making “Harry Potter,” “Parks & Recreation” and Facebook references.

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General Interests

Booby-trap

What a wacky morning…

Going into the details would only compel me to relive its idiocy and grinding boredom, so I won’t. We’ve all had these mornings. 186 more words

Everything!!!

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Divya Dutta

In a career spanning more than two decades, Divya Dutta has appeared in multiple Hindi, Punjabi, Malayalam and English films. She is noted for playing a wide variety of roles in various film genres, and has established herself as one of the leading actresses of parallel cinema. 28 more words

Featured

Food Poisoning : World Health

Friday was World Health Day honouring the foundation of the World Health Organisation 1in 1948. WHO says that health is ” a state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely the absence of disease of infirmity” and that “Health is a fundamental right of all.” This is a goal that is worth remembering and celebrating. 859 more words

Irene Waters

Lion (originally published as 'A Long Way Home: A Memoir')

by Saroo Brierly with Larry Buttrose (New American Library, 2013)

First, I read or heard about Saroo Brierly’s incredible story–how he found himself lost and alone in Calcutta when he was only five; how he not only survived life on the streets there but was miraculously adopted by a kind Australian couple and grew up in Tasmania; how as a young man, he improbably found his hometown using Google Earth and returned to be reunited with his mother, brother, and sister. 88 more words

Non-fiction