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# Memories

Kirby Todd

Friday, 18 August 2017 15:20 , by
Kirby Todd 2004 – 2016 There is no love greater than that which you learn from a dog.         He was five when we met, about 50 pounds of small body and big head.  He had a mommy before, but it had been just him and Daddy for the past several months.  They were just a couple of regular ...

Appreciate the older generation of your family while you still can

Thursday, 27 July 2017 14:37 , by
There are no such great people anymore. So brave, so loving, so indefatigable optimistic, as my great-grandmother and great-grandfather were. Although they were born in the 1920s and we had a huge age difference, my granny Eugenia and grandpa Vasiliy were those with whom I always wanted to share the...

Mama, I Miss You...

Thursday, 20 July 2017 17:42 , by
Dear Mama, I just want you to know that I miss you dearly and will always hold you in my heart. But there are times when all I want to do is hold you right now; hold onto you like I used to do when I was a little child. I remember the hugs and kisses we used to give each other. I was always the one...

A phone call I will never forget - in memory of a great man

Tuesday, 07 February 2017 14:37 , by
In the beginning of my work as a journalist specialized in the cultural affairs in Egypt, I had a short, but so impressive phone call with the great Egyptian poet Abd El Rahman Al Abanody, God rest his soul. He was so sick at this time and also was in a visit to his ill sister. In the first moments...

Steve Jobs

Wednesday, 25 January 2017 08:22 , by
In the 1984 Superbowl commerical, Apple released a strange and mystifying commercial; a commercial that would revolutionize who they were. Co-founder of Apple, Steve Jobs contributed to this success. What he was able to achieve as an inventor shows what he was able accomplish with Apple. Steve Job'...

The ultimate selflessness

Tuesday, 24 January 2017 19:38 , by
Among the thousands of peacemakers, she sealed her mark as the most worshiped lady on the move. Why? It takes extraordinary compassion to sacrifice a comfortable life to feel the pain of poor and to make a helpless life strong. Mother Theresa owned that courage to self-sacrifice her luxuries to crea...

Sunshine on my Helpless Life

Monday, 23 January 2017 13:15 , by
“Hunny, do you like a baby girl or a boy?”Once my mom asked from my father eyes full of hopes and smiles full of dreams.My father was somewhat a rigid but an open-hearted person, replied,“Whoever god is planning to gift us”Surely with loads of hopes and dreams, not lesser to the mother. The...

The one that got away

Sunday, 22 January 2017 23:34 , by
Dear Janko, I know you will not be able to read this or maybe I am wrong and there is some kind of life beyond death. Who knows? It is funny how I have been trying to forget you, but now I have ended up writing a tribute to you. On April 2nd it would be your first death anniversary. I still haven...

Marie Curie – Hope for the women in a man’s world

Friday, 20 January 2017 14:46 , by
Born in 1867, Marie Curie was a famous Polish scientist. She was born in Warsaw, with both parents teachers and in a family of 5 children. Maria had one brother and 3 sisters. When she was really young she lost her sister and her mother, both of them fighting typhus and tuberculosis.  For a bright...

Mother Teresa – The living saint

Friday, 20 January 2017 13:03 , by
Mother Teresa was born on 26th of August, 1910, in Skopje, capital of Macedonia. She was baptized as Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu with an Albanian descent. At the age of 17, she will go to India to teach and there is where her journey of caring for poor and sick will begin. She founded the Missionaries of ...
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