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EGO, THE REAL CONSPIRACY: Volatile discussions during this election cycle and what my life has shown me

Some very tough choices This election cycle has necessitated the grappling with some very thorny choices! These involve not only what candidate to support, but […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.them...
by The Mindful Word on Jun 14, 2016

My Toughest Time In Blogging!!!

The first thing I want to convey in this article is an apology from the bottom of my heart. I’m sorry for vacuum blogging for some time, surely it would make my readers feel that I stop blogging. I feel bad for that. No, no, I don’t stop blogging...
by Computer and Technology Blog on Jun 6, 2016

শীল vs. শীল -(প্রথম পর্ব)

by Hatpakha Magazine on May 31, 2016

জীবনের রূপকথা

by Hatpakha Magazine on Jun 23, 2015

It is your call now

7 o’clock, Tuesday, 19th June, 1984….. Melani stood besides the window, completely silent and still. In the last few minutes, it was a bit chaotic…. The gate flung open with a squeaking noise…..the ambulance went inside Jonathan’s old build...
by Hatpakha Magazine on Jun 2, 2015

It's Okay to be Messy

I'm guilty of wearing masks. Specifically, the lovely, I've got it all figured out.It's easier to slap on a smile, put up a pretty photo, write a few words, and be done. Easy to blog a session or write about what's good, instead of what's hard. Easy...
by Aemy the Lil' Lady on Apr 4, 2015

The Happy-Making Little Things

As you get older and perhaps a little wiser (or in my Dad's case, sillier, much, much sillier-it can go both ways) you start to realise what really matters in life. I think having kids can do that to you, that whirlwind of new love for the kid you...
by Honest Mum on Mar 2, 2015

WHY DR VIVEK MURTHY IS NOT QUALIFIED TO BE SURGEON GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES

THIS WAS WRITTEN BY A DOCTOR ALVEREZ FROM NJ. DR MANNY’S NOTES Dr. Manny: Why Dr. Vivek Murthy is not qualified to be surgeon general By Dr. Manny Alvarez Published February 26, 2014 FoxNews.com Facebook663 Twitter150 livefyre176 Email Print In...
by Bonjukianpatten.com on Dec 15, 2014

Durga Puja for a Bengali Londoner

Autumn is the festive season for Indians because of Durga Puja and Diwali. It is an important sociocultural annual religious festival observed by Hindus from ancient times by worshiping the goddess Durga. Hindu scriptures depict Durga as a warrior go...
by Hatpakha Magazine on Sep 29, 2014

A fresh air in your busy life : Scotland

There are two seasons in Scotland: June and Winter. – Billy Connolly   If anybody asks you about the link between Macbeth, Robert the Bruce, William Wordsworth, and Harry Potter, you will definitely think for a moment and you will be surpr...
by Hatpakha Magazine on Sep 27, 2014

Accept what is, let go of what was & have faith in what will be

“Life is a journey of experiencing unexpected movements” that’s what most of us believe in…. absolutely True if you believe!!! If I am not wrong the word “EXPERIENCE” Is PAST… Everyone have faced different experiences in life, i...
by Hatpakha Magazine on Sep 20, 2014

God In You …

All expansion is life, all contraction is death – Swami Vivekananda The primary duty of every individual who takes life on the earth is to be joyous and happy. We are here to make our lives more peaceful and less complex. We are all immersed in...
by Hatpakha Magazine on Sep 14, 2014

How You Can Benefit From A Gap Year?

I'm sad I never had a gap year. I don't regret going from my A' Levels to my BA then straight onto my MA as it was the most rewarding and fun time of my life.
by Honest Mum on Sep 1, 2014

[Review] Live-Well Mecomin Helped My Mom to Walk Again

Hey! How are you doing? Are you eating right? Did you exercise? As for me exercise in inevitable, even if I do not have time to go gym or do outdoor exercise I will try to do simple workout at home. I love vegetables and fruits; now I am avoiding fat...
by Sunshine Kelly on Jul 8, 2014

The Almost Brave Warthog – Weekly Travel Photo

The banks of the Chobe River in Botswana were home to a rather amusing series of events.  As we floated along and watched things transpire, we watched curiously as a rather bold warthog casually strutted in the general direction of what I believe wa...
by VirtualWayfarer on Jun 6, 2014

Why is the international image of the auction house will change (1)

Continued expansion of the global art market is still in. Not only art auction frequently break the record, collectors are constantly expanding range of groups and diverse. Was once regarded as the traditional elite art facilities designed for the au...
by Health and a better life blog on Apr 15, 2014

Looking back for a moment...

What has started, will someday come to an end. Be it my journey, yours, or someone else’s, or be this universe, all that has started will someday come to an end. Our lives in totality comprise of several small and big journey’s whose start and en...
by Anshul Gautam's on Apr 6, 2014

Time and Priorities

I've started a job as a substitute teacher since 2 weeks ago at the same school that I worked for last year. It's February now and the school's getting busier with lots of activities, plus there's diagnostic test for Year 6 that made me take extra ho...
by Aemy the Lil' Lady on Feb 6, 2014

Train Travel Through India

A real account of what it is like to travel on an overnight train in India Eight years ago Jmayel...

Graduation Speech

So. No Fiction Friday today, just like last Friday. Those who have been waiting for the next chapter of Letting Go, I'm sorry..I'll try to continue next week. I hardly have time to write for the time being with convocation and stuff coming. Well, it'...
by Aemy the Lil' Lady on Nov 21, 2013


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