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Pump up your spirit

He’s the one we look to, to boost our spirits when the game isn’t quite going our way. Or the man we know will be cheering the loudest as our team shoots the win basket. 227 more words



Khury Peterson-Smith

Our world, and the struggle to make it a just one, lost someone great – and way too soon. I met M. Junaid Alam when we were in college. 583 more words


Junaid Alam: Presente!

Louis Proyect – CounterPunch.Org – Nov 3 2014

On April 26th of this year M. Junaid Alam informed his Facebook friends that he had just learned that he had stage four cancer. 171 more words


Ten Years - Gone In a Flash

Instead of the beautiful scene depicted above in this aerial photograph of the West Point Cemetery at the United States Military Academy, imagine the sky dark and heavy with low solid clouds. 204 more words

The origin of "The Lime Green Umbrella"

There were very few moments of uninterrupted happiness in my life, especially as a kid.  Stress was such a normal state of being that even now in much more peaceful times of my young life, it kinda seems like I am just waiting on the ball to drop. 748 more words


Tales of tubs

Let me be honest, I have struggled for years to not be hyper critical of my actions, I am often tortured with second hand embarrassment for silly things I did when I was like four. 913 more words


Bataan Memorial Death March remembers the fallen

By Pamela Porter

As I park my car in the predawn darkness, I check my bearings in relation to the black silhouette of the Organ Mountains, just to make sure I can find my vehicle among the thousands of others. 308 more words

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