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Mercy triumphs over judgement

My eldest brother passed away peacefully last Tuesday after less than two months of age-related illness. He was 80. I am glad his last stage of illness didn’t drag out too long and that he died in a familiar place and not all alone in a place among strangers. 760 more words

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Do we really have enough money?

I had an interesting conversation with a man in the waiting room while my eldest brother underwent a minor operation at Putrajaya Hospital. This man, a businessman, was also waiting there as his wife was having a baby by cesarean. 481 more words

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Emi Mahmoud Gives A Stirring Poem

Poetry should alert us, gather us, reach into us, and help unfold us. In this incredible, stirring poem that needs little introduction, written and performed by Emi Mahmoud, we are asked to do just that: to be alerted, to gather together, to reach into ourselves, and unfold into compassion and understanding.

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Natalia Osipova and Ivan Vasiliev

Natalia Osipova Наталья Осипова as “The Bride” and Ivan Vasiliev Иван Васильев as “The Groom”, “Facada” choreography by Arthur Pita from “Solo for Two” choreography and direction by Vladimir Varnava, Mikhailovsky Theatre (July 30, 2015) 45 more words

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Hope keeps us going

When you see all the things that are happening around us, it is easy to lose hope. Terrorism, greed, robbery, deceit, ruthlessness, power craziness, stealth etc, etc … . 366 more words

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Book Review: The Bride by Abigail Barnette (#3)

Title: The Bride (The Boss #3)

Author: Abigail Barnette

Genre: Romance, Erotica, BDSM, Contemporary, Adult, Fiction

Publisher: Amazon Digital Services (I.e. Self-Published) 618 more words

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Bat For Lashes - The Bride Review 


The Bride is the fourth studio album for Natasha Khan a.k.a Bat For Lashes. She has shown herself to be an understated creative force in her intimate lyrics and tone and always delivered with a perceptively delicate tone that quivers to a higher point of power and graceful assertion. 525 more words

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