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Thank you for the memories...

26 January 2016.
A blaring sound wakes me up from a dreamy sleep. I rub my eyes and scramble toward consciousness as I realise it is my alarm going off. 612 more words


A teaspoon of vanilla


I failed yesterday, in all facets of my life.  I failed as a mother, a wife, and your submissive.  I failed to reign myself in and failed to stop the destruction once I recognized the path I was on.   301 more words


Paradigm Shift

With the leadership of Pope Francis, the church seemed to be evolving towards a much more positive direction as we see mercy and compassion being the common theme lately. 443 more words


Say NO to punishments

By Sindhoor Pangal, Bangalore Mirror Bureau | Jan 11, 2016, 09.24 PM IST

 Dog training is a relatively young profession. The upside is that there are many trainers springing up.

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Pet Puja

How To Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

I want 2016 to be the year you follow through with your goals.

Here’s what I recommend:

Build a routine.

If you sleep around the same time every night, why don’t you write at the same time every day? 92 more words


Silent Screams....

“Camouflage is a game we all like to play, but our secrets are as surely revealed by what we want to seem to be as by what we conceal.” 207 more words

Creative Writing

Why Do We Punish Children? - Alfie Kohn


“Research by developmental psychologists has found that punishment — and, again, it doesn’t matter if we call it “consequences” — tends to impede moral development by arresting children at the level of self-interest.)”