Glass dust flew,
around as the machine whirred,
Sweat dropping, scented on the opaque plate
Muscles rippling, ran down the face
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Gone are the days when every single person, no matter who you are and where you’re from, was respected. Gone are the courteous and peaceful times when love was shown to a person from elsewhere visiting your country or village/town.
With The ASIAN CHRONICLE A FEATURE, VIEW FROM PAST TO PRESENT QUESTIONING ARE WE STILL FREE?
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India continues the search of home even after 70 years of independence from British Raj, search for freedom of religion, culture, Education, protection of the minorities and Backward classes, freedom from communalism, Religiously motivated violence, Intolerance and so much more. 1,353 more words
Unprecedented and potentially historic. That’s how organizers are billing the 2016 Mekudeshet Festival just around the corner this fall.
It might more accurately be dubbed a predecessor of the one world religion. 196 more words