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Gagal: Kenapa Bimbang?

“I do not fail. I succeed in finding out what does not work” (anonymous)

Postingan kali ini sekalian curhat ya (hehe, pake minta izin segala :D), dan menjawab pertanyaan seorang saudari jauh di tanah air sana. 1,002 more words

Sepenggal Hikmah

retno.h.putry98 reblogged this on Retno Hartika Putri and commented:

Sepenggal Hikmah

10 Symptoms Showing That You Might be a Helicopter Blogger

I’m sure you already heard of “helicopter parents”.  It’s a term for obsessively overprotective parents who “hover” around their children; thus the term “helicopter”. 929 more words

Blogging

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Traditional Bride Price or "Buy" Price

I love being African, God. I love being Nigerian, too much. I love being Igbo, eternally…

Now, I don’t like this other bit even in the slightest way possible. 586 more words

My Thoughts

carolgicheru reblogged this on Carol Gicheru and commented:

Someone please explain why this happens. A friends *coughs* is trying to do some research before her D-day.

You couldn't make it up!

A Brighton and Hove woman has been unwittingly thrust into the social media limelight after Donald Trump tagged her in a tweet instead of his daughter.Four days ago, Ivanka Majic was happy with just making it into her local paper for her work on a restaurant awards scheme.Made the local paper.

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St. Nennius, or Nennidhius, Abbot in Ireland

January 17

St. Nennius, or Nennidhius, Abbot in Ireland DESPISING the vanities of the world, though of the race of the monarchs of Ireland, from his youth made the science of the cross of Christ the sole object of his ambition; and to engrave in his heart the lessons which our divine Redeemer taught by that adorable mystery, was the centre of all his desires.

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Feasts And Commemorations

Venerable and God-bearing Father Anthony the Great

Commemorated on January 17

Saint Anthony the Great is known as the Father of monasticism, and the long ascetical sermon in The Life of Saint Anthony by Saint Athanasius (Sections 16-34), could be called the first monastic Rule..

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