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Balloons to Heaven 3/18/2015

March 18 ~ In Remembrance of my Daughter on her birthday ~

Always say no to violence, balloon send off to Heaven in remembrance to all our loved ones who have lost their life to violence and support for the families they left behind.. 69 more words


Humanity's Survival: Compassion

On this auspicious day of Holi, the Indian Spring festival of colours and love, the 14th and current Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso has inspired me to write about compassion.   586 more words


A Cultural Divide? Expressions of Sympathy

No matter where we are in life, we will come upon a time where we need to know the language to use to express one’s sympathy for the loss of a loved one.   480 more words


AdventuresInAnkara reblogged this on Ankara Legal English and commented:

When someone dies, it is difficult to know what to say. It is even more difficult to express your sympathy in a foreign language. This blog post from Adventures In Ankara contains the Turkish and English words to say (or write) when you want to express your condolences. It also suggests a cultural difference between how the Turks use their phrase compared to American usage.

Always Two

I was just at the store and there was a dude there we’ve all seen a million times; just wearing a different jacket than the one… 521 more words


A Telegram to the People of Cape Town.

From: The people of Rolbos

To: The people of Cape Town


Message: We, the scattered people who live in faraway places; united by the concept that Life is good, that kindness should dictate our interaction with others, and that compassion is the only way to overcome differences; hereby wish to extend our heartfelt sympathy to all Capetonians – especially those who suffered directly as a result of the fire that is still raging. 86 more words


Moon Lake Sympathy Card

In my previous post I promised to show you the card that I made which matched the gift cards, and I apologise for the delay, I have been quite unwell over the last little while.   148 more words


Each Other

The divinity of humanity,
In proportion to the notion
That all life has strife,
Is we care and share
The pain we gain.
We all know the woe, 13 more words