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Following The Women's Code

Disclaimer: Please be aware this is in regards to a personal event, and should not be read if you are easily offended or upset. It isn’t written to upset anyone, but to reach out to someone who has been in my situation and know what to do. 554 more words

Weekly Confessions

Newsletter by George Calleja (Christian Author) - No. 53 - Monthly Reflection – November 2016 – ‘Do I help my neighbour?’

Have you ever stopped for some time and reflected upon if you help your neighbour? This is a reflection that not many persons tend to think about. 262 more words

Monthly Reflections

Learning to Love Your Neighbour #MLKday #leadfreely

On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I thought it would be appropriate to quote the man himself.

The excerpt below is from King’s essay, “An Experiment in Love”, which discusses the place of love in nonviolent resistance. 169 more words


Coffee, biscuits, a little poison pen

Now, whose day could he ruin today? Mrs Smith? She never cleaned up after her dog. Mrs Khan? She gave him a funny look when he walked by.  22 more words

Short Story

Natural Battles

Of all the battles we fight with no hope of winning, the constant fight against Mother Nature is the most pointless. Sure, we can live in our environmentally controlled cocoons burning her fossil fuels with a vengeance, but as soon as we step outside we are blown by wind, drizzled by the rain, scorched by her Sun. 110 more words

Diary Entry

Thought for the day .....

Good Morning and Welcome to Sunday the 1st day of January, 2017.

Yes, 2017.

Happy New Year.

I hope that you all had a wonderful time last night. 222 more words

Thought For The Day

December 31 2016: Let it Snow! II.

Outside it was pretty cold but they did not have far to go to the snow covered slopes of the hill behind their house. They met lots of people they knew and when they arrived at the slopes it was packed so they decided to go for a walk first. 506 more words

Daily Reflections