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A Lebanese-Nigerian billionaire who donated millions to Clinton-family nonprofits was denied a visa to enter the United States last year on terrorism-related grounds, according to a new report. 40 more words


Am I an emotionless doll?

Am I really? I can already tell you now that I’m not the best at reading the mood of current situations, nor am I the best bet for cheering someone up. 425 more words

About Me

Never Give Up - #Friday Reflections

Courage comes in many forms. Sometimes, courage can be that quiet unassuming person you meet down the road who surprises everyone by braving all odds, defying the norms and achieving the impossible. 1,108 more words


Traveling, the Relativity of Literature

The very last one, of the month of August, translated…

Yi-Wei Wu: Traveling, is the Matter of Onself

A few years ago, I went to Prague, all of the other guests in the homestay were all females, and the owner of the B&B switched me to a small bed in the attic, and although, there was just that one drape, separating me from the rest of the guests, but, pulling the curtains across, it’d become like I was in a separate room. 1,921 more words

State Of Mind

Our Daily Movement

For this week reflection, we are coming back to Luke 14:25-33 where Jesus says, “If any man comes to me without hating his father, mother, wife, children, brothers, sisters, yes and his own life too, he cannot be my disciple. 290 more words


The place that took their breath away

Today outside the slaughterhouse, I saw lungs on the ground. When the slaughterhouse workers saw those lungs, they saw trash. They saw something that could not be neatly packaged. 155 more words