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Reblogged: Book Review: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

So I keep seeing this book popping up everywhere, and I’ve had a feeling I might actually like it, but for some reason I just can’t bring myself to bother reading it. 56 more words

Books

A Lawyer's Advice For Black Men At Traffic Stops: 'Comply Now, Contest Later' : NPR

Can you believe we’ve started having this conversation with T-man?

He’s only eleven years old.  Eleven.  But we know he’ll be driving in the blink of an eye, and the thought of a tragedy at a traffic stop haunts us.   137 more words

Reblogged

#TAG: The Neighborhood Anthology on Leadership & Authority ed. III by Kelly Lewis

Events

Kelly reblogged this on Exclusive Inflictions and commented:

It was an honor to be invited to The Neighborhood's stage to participate in an exciting anthology on Leadership & Authority. I rendered this poetic piece for the multi-edition performance. Please visit & follow the Public Bloggers page, drop your thoughts in the comment box, and catch the replays of the prior shows, and then sit back to see the rest of the story unfold. Thanks!

find the strength to walk away and realise your own worth...

“Sometimes walking away has nothing do with weakness, and everything to do with strength. We walk away not because we want others to realize our worth and value, but because we finally realise our own.”
― Robert Tew

Wisdom

Breathe

Breathe. Breathe.

I love the air in your lungs,
love the beating of your heart,
love the rushing of your blood.

I love your life – so cling to it. 53 more words

Man In Black

Miaërowyn reblogged this on The Forest Witch and commented:

Beautiful... <3

Reblogged: Love is Remembering

I was never lucky enough to meet my best friend’s Sister in person. A disadvantage of living thousands of miles apart is that families are names, people you speak about to each other, often, but even when you get together are rarely lucky enough to meet.

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Health

SIGN guidelines: transparency and objectivity

It has been a good while since I last wrote about SIGN Guidelines. In fact my last communication to SIGN was the following e-mail (of over a year-and-a- half ago): 757 more words

Medical Writings

Chrys Muirhead reblogged this on Chrys Muirhead .