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Trying To Survive A Torture Chamber

Dream 1

All that I can remember of this dream from last night is that I was inside a building, maybe a fictional version of The BP Library where I work as a shelver, and I was in the back in probably the employee area. 570 more words

Dream Journal

An unwanted spotlight

I really hate having attention drawn to me. I REALLY do. I’ve always been that way. I`m uncomfortable being the center of attention and you never need to worry about me stealing the spotlight because it has never been my desire in life. 595 more words

A Week in Vienna

The bees
On a magical tapestry of silk
The wrong poignancy
Of pretentious negligence

Can you hear the dolphins?
Organic to the unbelievable sea
They have footsteps… 64 more words

Creative Writing

Azizollah Samandari released from prison


Bahai News, April 15, 2017.

Azizollah Samandari (عزیزالله سمندری) was released from Raja’i Shahr prison, near Tehran, on April 17. He has completed a five-year term on charges of membership of the Bahai community, creating and distributing a computer programme, and providing technical support for the Bahai Institute for Higher Education (BIHE). 184 more words

Bahai Faith

How America executes its prisoners

“(CNN)Arkansas’ efforts to execute eight Death Row inmates in 11 days this month has refocused attention on the death penalty.

Since peaking in 1999, executions in the US have been gradually declining amid controversy over whether lethal-injection methods are humane. 39 more words

World

Supplier: Drug sold to Arkansas not intended for executions

(AP) — A judge was weighing Friday whether to block Arkansas’ seven upcoming executions, set to begin next week, as a medical supplier said one of the three drugs the state plans to use to put the prisoners to death wasn’t sold to be used for lethal injection. 568 more words

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