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Mediocre Friendships

Wednesday, 18 January 2017 03:32 , by
I've learned a lot about toxic relationships, and the baggage that comes with these toxic relationships. The longer you are in a toxic relationship, the more baggage you will end up with. This baggage is not something you should ignore, or hang onto for very long, as they will result in a toxic envi...
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Thank You For Existing

Wednesday, 18 January 2017 03:15 , by
Sometimes, you meet people who provide you a safe, compassionate space to communicate your thoughts and feelings, which results in an incredibly healthy relationship. Other times, you might accidentally come across those, who do everything in their own power to bring you down, celebrate your failure...
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That Man

Wednesday, 18 January 2017 01:40 , by
3 o'clock in the evening, a man hurriedly walks along a passage between the shops, along the pathway and into the street. Soon the street was crowded with no trace of any one particular person. Afterall, the street wasn't meant to sustain legacies. But this man, he lingered in my mind as though I h...
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A Book About All of us

Tuesday, 17 January 2017 23:26 , by
This book has been eye opening for me. It is a history of mankind’s cultural evolution from a group of foragers who existed along side many other species of humans through today’s high speed society driven by consumer and humanist ethics. It sheds a little light on a past that few of us really l...
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A True Master of Horror

Tuesday, 17 January 2017 23:18 , by
Who hasn’t heard of Lovecraft or at least his creation, the monstrous elder god Cthulhu. If you are a fan of the Horror genre and are unfamiliar with the works of Howard Phillips Lovecraft I recommend you stop reading this and go find the most easily available copy of any of his stories though I w...
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The Original Galactic Hitchhiker

Tuesday, 17 January 2017 23:15 , by
Douglas Adams has, for me at least, always been one of the greatest authors to grace the english language with his particular brand of humor. He was a master of his craft and a damn fine human being to boot. I first learned of Mr. Adams when I was only 12 years old. I’m a bit ashamed to admit tha...
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The Great One

Tuesday, 17 January 2017 23:11 , by
Most people know three things about this mountain: it’s name, it’s the third tallest mountain in the world, and it’s in North America. If your lucky you may find someone who knows that it’s in Alaska; even luckier and you may find someone who knows it’s proper Native Alaskan name, Denali. ...
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The Patron Saint of Evolution

Tuesday, 17 January 2017 23:09 , by
Though the title of Father belongs to Charles Darwin I am of the belief that Richard Dawkins should be named the Patron Saint of Evolution. I doubt Dawkins or the catholic church would be very thrilled with the title but I think it has a certain ring and would be well deserved. I was introduced to ...
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A true legend

Tuesday, 17 January 2017 19:09 , by
The great English singer John Winston Ono Lennon, popularly known as John Lennon was awarded the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. He was the lead singer as well as the co-founder of the most successful band in the history- the Beatles. He was born in a peaceful town in a very chaotic peri...
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Helping Hands

Tuesday, 17 January 2017 07:55 , by
Naomy Rotich, a woman so great and lovely beyond any possible descriptions. She was born 1960, raised and natured by humble parents in a simple neighbourhood and eventually became a reknowned nurse impacting lives wherever her hands touched. I was young when she took me into her care. My family was...
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