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March 4: National Grammar Day and First Person Narrative

It’s National Grammar Day, so let’s review point of view:


When telling a story about a crime, for example, you can take the point of view of the criminal or the victim. 9 more words


The Beast Sleeps Now

I challenged the masters

Stood up to their disasters

Both spiritual and natural

The battles became mythical not factual

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The evidence not sound… 69 more words

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Lesson Learned

‪”Engagement in a conference should be measured by remaining ‪battery percentage of  the participants’ ‪mobile phones at the end of the day.”

Point Of View

If only...😳

We went to Denny’s Diner for a quick bite and while waiting for our order, I was checking the decors on the wall and one definitely caught my eyes. 60 more words



Hi Everybody,

This video came about after my conversation with a friend about how those with serious responsibilities are never rewarded and how these situations are impacting 120000 students between York University and University of Toronto. 22 more words


In closing, let me say...

Obituaries are tricky things. Generally, they extol the merits and noble struggles of the deceased, and leave out other less virtuous bits. My parents’ obituaries are the perfect example: Both obituaries left out a particularly rough patch in their lives (yes, they wrote their own), and while that chapter in their history was the reason so many otherwise wonderful events came to pass in their lives—ones which they did include in their obits—we decided to honor their wish by not rewriting what they wrote and left out that piece of their story. 455 more words

Daily Prompt


Everyday we hear unsolved murder. Many of these cases involve rape, holdup, robbery, kidnapping and some not certainly clear. The suspected criminals just come in go to the cells. 1,262 more words