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A met a very good man about a year or so ago. He used to work for the CIA, but now he works for the children. He started a group called the underground Railroad rescuing children that have sold into slavery, he has saved hundreds, he needs our help.
It is white time of the year and there is a certain stillness in the air, Christmas music everywhere, and as I cannot sing to you, nor send you a card this year I thought I would post my seasons greatings on wikinut this year...So Merry Christmas to All and to all a wonderful life...u...
We celebrate Christmas on the 25th of December each year. History tells us that this was a made-up date to coincide with the Winter Solstice, and other pagan feasts. But was it?
Christmas is not Christmas without the holiday movies we all know and love, which have become part of our family tradition over the years.
Everyone one day will find their True Self, the One we all have searched for. As is read: To Thine Own Self Be True. Going through the trials and tribulations, joys and happiness that are all part of each expression in the classroom of life.
President Obama's bold move to lift the embargo and reestablish diplomatic relations with Cuba is a wise move.
A problem that crops up time and again to two friendly countries should be attended to with dispatch and solved right at once so as not to cause further irritants. It must be ironed out in the so-called win-win basis.
Racism and bigotry are deep rooted in America's society. African-Americans and other minorities face tremendous challenges every day. It is easy to spot overt racism, but the covert, institutionalized racism that are the most difficult.
Getting on a bit now and the dear old wife passed on a few years back. It's Christmas Day and the sleet is turning to snow. It's funny that, I can make believe it's the bad weather stopping family and people coming round to wish me a happy Christmas. But I've got my memories and some ...
when you recognize your own divinity and get to know the the beingness of whom you are then you can travel as I do...many here are already...others stuck in the muck and mire of their own negativity...ha!
Thoughtless actions motivated by playing to the gallery for domestic consumption are stoking the flames of tension and war. When there are more pressing issues at home, why look for trouble far away unless it is just a smokescreen to keep the attention away from inconvenient truths. ...
A very simple poem, childlike maybe, but there is a deeper message embedded into the post. It seems that both the people in this post can’t openly except or show affection, but they do care. This could be because of many things, childhood trauma, past failures, personality proclivit...
Today I have posted five little poems that together add up to a little less than nothing, not even a star, but when I put them together I found love, and love is always the emotion we look for, the dance we shake our feet to.
In the 1940's old houses stood in terraced rows. After the war they were left to rot and fall down as new estates were built outside of the big cities. The other casualties were the people, once the poor and the 'well off' lived reasonably close to each other in country towns and vill...
There are many monuments to British rule, but a small obscure cemetery at Calcutta is a place worth visiting.
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