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Snapshots of a Turkish Bazaar

Even if you’ve never visited Turkey, you’ve no doubt heard about Turkish bazaars. Loud, crowded, and odoriferous, bazaars (“pazar” in Turkish) have been the mainstay of neighborhood commerce in Turkey for centuries. As such, v...
by The Best of Bursa on Aug 25, 2016

My Work Journal

Assalamualaikum and hello y'all!Last week, I received 2 days notice  from my boss that.....I have to go for outstation at Johor Bahru for 2 weeks plus. This trip might extended to one month. OMG! Yes, I will go to JB tomorrow morning.  So,...
by spitoutkata on Aug 21, 2016

LGBT and the church

Recently I read an article that I enjoyed reading yet I had some reservation with it because it had an undertone that seemed to make sure to say that being gay is a sin. Basically the article was on LGBT issues and the church. I thought the article w...
by Done with Religion on Aug 19, 2016

Love of Money or Love of God

In our world the love of money is the driving force. Obviously money is important in our way of life and we all have to work to make money to live. Money itself is not evil and can be used for good things yet the love of money and the importance the...
by Done with Religion on Aug 11, 2016

Tavla and Okey: The Games We Play

by The Best of Bursa on Jul 26, 2016

Camel Wrestling: A Cultural Experience

A guest post by Sharon Rott Camel wrestling is a unique and popular Turkish sport. Each year in the early spring months, camel wrestling events (deve güreşi) are held every Sunday in cities and villages throughout Turkey’s Aegean coastal region.
by The Best of Bursa on Jul 15, 2016

Minimalist Hipster Celebrates Independence Day Without Fireworks by Making Shadow Puppets

Buy art | Browse shop A local minimalist hipster celebrated Fourth of July without fireworks this year. Instead, Gaston Granville Johnston opted for making gestures with his hands that cast shadows of American symbols against the minimalist pain...
by IllustrArticles on Jul 4, 2016

Why Are We Always Against Something?

I am becoming increasingly aware of the fact that I do not want to be someone who is always against something. Seems so many christian people today speak out more about what they are against and who they are against. Whatever that may be, against thi...
by Done with Religion on Jun 29, 2016

Beware of the Extremists

Thinking about the tragedy in Orlando and several of the other terrorist tragedies around the world got me to thinking about all the blaming and finger-pointing going on. My personal opinion is more about extremists, which is a group we really do not...
by Done with Religion on Jun 15, 2016

Equal Service for All

When speaking about all that is going on today in the USA about gay rights and transgender rights, I have found that most of the time both groups are majorly discriminated against. A lot of christians seem to think it is best to come against these tw...
by Done with Religion on Jun 3, 2016

How You Carry Your Bag Tells Your Personality

Girls, how you carry your bag? | If we can tell a lot about a man by looking at his shoes, you can tell just as much about a woman by her bag. A great bag does not only ties to fashion but our personality! Think about how you carry your favourite b...
by spitoutkata on May 10, 2016

Win Tickets to Tribal Hearts Festival this Summer

Tribal Hearts is a new family festival which will be held in Buckinghamshire this August.  But this is a festival with a difference.  Embracing mindful parenting, natural living and alternative ways to raise your family, and connect with yo...
by Attachment Mummy on May 9, 2016

6 April 2016 - KIDS IN BRAZIL

KIDS IN BRAZILG'day folks,Ever been to Brazil? I haven't but it's on my bucket list. Brazil, a vast South American country, stretches from the Amazon Basin in the north to vineyards and massive Iguaçu Falls in the south. Rio de Janeiro, symbolized...
by clancy tucker's blog on Apr 5, 2016

Christians, Gays and Atheists

Can christians, gays and atheists accept one another?
by Done with Religion on Mar 26, 2016

Christians, Gays and Atheists

Can christians, gays and atheists accept one another?
by Done with Religion on Mar 26, 2016

Automatic Top Up Technology from Calor

Life is getting more connected, more urbanised and more centralised all the time, but a minority of people have stepped off the hamster wheel altogether and gone 'off grid'.  Stepping away from the main utilities and becoming self-reliant is jus...
by Attachment Mummy on Mar 11, 2016

Remove the Labels

I think that as followers of Christ, we should be able to accept and love everyone. No matter what they believe, what their faith or doctrine is, no matter their religion, nationality, sexual preference or color, we want to see them as Jesus sees th...
by Done with Religion on Mar 1, 2016

Remove the Labels

I think that as followers of Christ, we should be able to accept and love everyone. No matter what they believe, what their faith or doctrine is, no matter their religion, nationality, sexual preference or color, we want to see them as Jesus sees th...
by Done with Religion on Mar 1, 2016

Be Kind to One Another

Kindness is something you do not find much of in our world today. The Bible speaks about kindness many times. Kindness is one of the fruit of the Spirit mentioned in Galatians 5:22. The dictionary says kindness is being considerate, or helpful. I thi...
by Done with Religion on Feb 24, 2016

Be Kind to One Another

Kindness is something you do not find much of in our world today. The Bible speaks about kindness many times. Kindness is one of the fruit of the Spirit mentioned in Galatians 5:22. The dictionary says kindness is being considerate, or helpful. I thi...
by Done with Religion on Feb 24, 2016


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