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Would You Say My Name If You Didn't Know Who I Was?

The sensible are raised to ignore the negative opinions of others. As long as we lead honest lives without intentionally causing harm to anyone or any thing, we will be okay. 356 more words

The Importance of Sleeping

I’m writing this with the intention of finally releasing these thoughts that cloud my head. As an introverted Virgo, I tend to internalize my emotions and I struggle to fight that all the time. 878 more words


Nun in headscarf ‘barred’ from medical entrance test

A Catholic nun in Kerala was reportedly not allowed to sit for the All-India Pre-Medical Entrance Test (AIPMT) on Saturday as she was wearing a habit (headscarf) and a cross around her neck. 429 more words


The voice of the voiceless: socially marginalized youth

Many young people in developing countries are subject to social stigmatization, they are excluded from institutions, for instance: schools, youth clubs, associations… These youth-whom we refer to as “socially marginalized”-are young people with disabilities who are among the poorest of the world’s youth. 749 more words

Youth Voice

Community Development and the Myth of Social Protection

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As of April this year the rate of unemployment in Ireland was 9.7%, which has, according to official statistics, fallen from 15.1% in December 2011. 424 more words


Review: The Witches Protection Program by Michael Phillip Cash #witches

“If cats looked like frogs we’d realize what nasty, cruel little bastards they are. Style. That’s what people remember.” – ― Terry Pratchett, Lords and Ladies… 438 more words


In Defense of Car Guards

Some people have asked me about “car guards” in South Africa, since I’ve mentioned them a time or two. This is a group of individuals I care about, and among whom I have very good friends, so here is my answer, along with my disappointment in those who look down on them… 1,373 more words

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