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I'd like to listen

Show me your brilliance, open your eyes,
Let me gaze within you don’t bat your lashes
As I plunge into the kaleidoscopic abysses
Of your pupils, clinging on your red-blue capillaries… 145 more words

Aurora Kastanias


The urban epidemic – loneliness.

That people are feeling lonely in today’s world seems ironical. We are better ‘connected’ than ever—at least on social media. Today, one gets the instant gratification of sharing something with others and watching the ‘likes’ and comments come in.

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Final solution

Tom Toles  Copyright 2018 Universal Press Syndicate


Bipartisan barbarism

The Roots of Trump’s Immigration Barbarity by Daniel Denvir at Jacobin.

On the one hand, Favreau’s error is a hopeful one: liberals, politicians and ordinary Americans alike, are outraged at Trump’s unbridled racism and cruelty, rallying to the cause of DREAMers threatened with losing their legal authorization to remain in the United States, mobilizing at airports in defense of those targeted by the Muslim ban, and pushing their elected officials to resist deportations through state and local sanctuary measures.

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The Materialistic Perspective and Why It Has Importance In Society

I started my spiritual evolution when I was 19 years old. During this time my hunger for knowledge and real moral values were immeasurable. I did everything the spiritual gurus did, I questioned all of reality, and most importantly, I unlearned nearly everything I grabbed from culture and society. 689 more words


A Girl Like That- Tanaz Bhathena

Sixteen-year-old, half-Parsi and half-Hindu, Zarin Wadia and her eighteen-year-old childhood friend from Mumbai, Porus Dumasia, die in a car accident on a highway in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. 379 more words

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