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Sumaiya Ahmed Sumaiya Ahmed's blog:

Blue’s Blues

a poem about depression. does it ever fade or will it ever get better? the blue of the sky and the blue of the river and the blue i feel aren’t the same in shade,… More
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Published on July 05, 2020 15:14
Alberto Bagnai Alberto Bagnai's blog:

Iniziativa parlamentare

Sempre per farvi capire come funziona, nello spirito dei vari post "sull'ordine dei lavori", condivido con voi la risposta che sto per dare a questa email:
Gent.Le Sen. Bagnai, mi rivolgo a Lei in qualita' di Presidente della 6 Commissione preposta all'esame della richiesta di modifica di cui all'ogg Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 09:47
Tavamithram Sarvada Tavamithram Sarvada's blog:

Q & A in Tamil on the fundamentals of the Sanatana Dharma

அறிமுகம்/முன்னுரை Introduction/Foreword Q 01 சனாதன தர்மம் என்றால் என்ன? Q 01 What is Sanatana Dharma? Q 02 சனாதன தர்மத்தின் உண்மையான பெயர் என்ன? இந்துமதம் அல்லவா? Q 02 What is the real name of the Sanatana Dharma? Is it not Hinduism? Q 03 சனாதன தர்மம் எதை அடிப்படையாக கொண்ட மதம்? தெய்வ வழிபாடா? ஏகத்த Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 06, 2020 02:21
Phoebe Chi, MD, MPH Phoebe Chi, MD, MPH's blog:

Climb In

By Cynthia Cady Stanton  | Featured Contributor



Come float with me, dear one.

Climb into my boat.

I will grab your hand

and lift you in.

We can ride this out together.

The current will take us in its way

but we can see a new shore

over

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Published on July 06, 2020 05:40
Lin Ryals Lin Ryals's blog:

Book Review: I Wish You All The Best

Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, LGBTQ, Romance Publishing Info: May 2019 by Push, 329 pages Blurb (Goodreads): When Ben De Backer comes out to their parents as nonbinary, they’re thrown out of their house and forced to move in with their estranged older sister, Hannah, and her husband, Thomas, who Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 06, 2020 06:00
Mauro Plastina Mauro Plastina's blog:

The Silencing – Novo filme de suspense

Um ano após o fim da série Game Of Thrones, o ator Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (o Jaime Lannister da aclamada série) irá estrelar o novo filme de suspense “The Silencing”, primeiro filme em...


O post The Silencing – Novo filme de suspense apareceu primeiro em Mauro Plastina.

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Published on July 05, 2020 16:00
Jonathan Srock Jonathan Srock's blog:

144,000 in Revelation

What is the meaning of the 144,000 in Revelation? The two most common interpretations and understandings of the 144,000 and Revelation are either literal or symbolic. Some people believe that there is a literal 144,000 Jews that God will seal … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 06, 2020 02:00
Doris  Elaine Doris Elaine's blog:

New "My Form, Tervillazanelle" Poem

Just Not Fake!

Often mistaken honesty as rudeBut actually, it's just not fake!Some take honesty as an attitude
In being honest feelings can excludeA necessity in that you partakeOften mistaken honesty as rude
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Published on July 05, 2020 14:59
JPC  Allen JPC Allen's blog:

Taboo Names

JPC Allen invites you to join the adventure of writing with tips, prompts, and inspiration to share.



My theme for July is names, how to create characters and place names in your writing. My prompts will be more prompts for discussion rather than for a story, starting off with taboo names.





What are tab

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Published on July 05, 2020 23:00
Frank D. Miele Frank D. Miele's blog:

Is Strzok memo the Rosetta Stone of Obamagate? (My RCP analysis)

(Just how the heck did FBI agent Peter Strzok get the inside scoop on President Obama’s Jan. 5, 2017, White House meeting? It was well above his pay grade, so there’s no way he was in attendance. Are his unexpected notes the best evidence of what really happened in the meeting to set up Gen.


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Published on July 05, 2020 22:47
Jagadesh Sampath Jagadesh Sampath's blog:

Of Gurus and Godmen

J. Krishnamurti There is no Savior but Yourself December 19, 1948, Third Talk in New Delhi. This question arises because I have said that gurus are an impediment to truth. Don’t say you are wrong and I am right, or I am wrong and you are right, but let us examine the problem and find... Continue Rea Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 06:34
Alex Jo Haber Alex Jo Haber's blog:

My Thoughts On Same Love by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Feat Mary Lambert

I never really written anything like this but when I thought about it, it sounded cool so, I hope you guys enjoy it. I find the song, Same Love by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Mary Lambert. I heard other songs by Mary Lambert, and they are queer, which I love. Making this song and others by the

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Published on July 05, 2020 23:00
Hunter Hastings Hunter Hastings's blog:

President Donald J. Trump Invokes the Poetic Justice Warrior Society Manifesto at Mount Rushmore

The quoted text below are excerpts, in order, from President Trump’s Independence Day celebration speech delivered July 3, 2020. The italicized text is from the Poetic Justice Warrior Society Manifesto published by the Center for Individualism on February 20, 2019.

“This monument will never be desecr

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Published on July 06, 2020 03:00
Valentina Mandraccio Valentina Mandraccio's blog:

Continua la quarantena e continuano le mie letture...

Dovremmo essere arrivati agli sgoccioli di questa lunga quarantena, durata circa due mesi...
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Published on April 26, 2020 07:45
K.A. Ashcomb K.A. Ashcomb's blog:

Book Review: One Wild Bird at a Time: Portraits of Individual Lives by Bernd Heinrich

A stream of consciousness on observing birds sprinkled with facts and hypotheses. I’m not sure if I can explain more. I listened to this book, and it feels like it was only a dream—a pleasant one for sure. But I’m not sure if I hold on to a single fact. Except one where Bernd Heinrich hid a tube ins

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Published on July 06, 2020 05:10
Rebecca L. Holland Rebecca L. Holland's blog:

More than Meets the Eye: Letitia Bouwer (Disability Awareness Interview)

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Welcome to the second installment of a series that I’m calling: “More than Meets the Eye.” Each week of the summer (and possibly into the fall and winter months, depending on the number of responses I receive), I am honored to share with you interviews from members of the disability

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Published on July 05, 2020 20:30
Kathryn K. Murphy Kathryn K. Murphy's blog:

A sizzling escape for the hot days of summer

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. Fiction gives us so much. Not only does it allow us to experience and learning about other places and perspectives, but it can act as an escape from our daily lives. There are numerous studies as to the benefit, but I figure I don’t need to preach to the c

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Published on July 05, 2020 11:41
Steven D'Adamo Steven D'Adamo's blog:

Haiku Sunday – Oversleep

“Oversleep” The hour is late when the child peeks his head up to say good morning. Steve D
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Published on July 05, 2020 06:27
Shay Siegel Shay Siegel's blog:

What do you like most about writing and what do you like least?

Q&A With Shay Each Sunday

I think most writers have something of a love/hate relationship with writing. The good generally outweighs the bad, but it’s definitely a challenge not to get hung up on all the frustrations that come along with writing.

Q: What do you like most about writing and what do you

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Published on July 05, 2020 15:00
Christina D. Warner Christina D. Warner's blog:

Marketing Strategies From The Top: “Analyze competitors and similar businesses” With David Azar of…

Analyze competitors and similar businesses. Digital marketing tools allow you to know exactly what your competitors are doing, how they are

Continue reading on Authority Magazine »

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Published on July 05, 2020 19:31
Mike Bezemek Mike Bezemek's blog:

Creative Paddling Closer to Home

Have you ever driven past a certain body of water—possibly for years—without giving it much thought? Maybe you’re a whitewater paddler and this hypothetical waterbody you’ve ignored is a lake, coastal inlet, or flatwater river that’s on your weekday commute. You never really considered it something

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Published on July 05, 2020 17:42
L.S. Fellows L.S. Fellows's blog:

Book Review ‘n’ Recommendation – Malice and Forethought

 


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Malice and Forethought:
Short Stories of Malice and Murder

by Felicia Denise


Cover Design: perry elisabeth design


Genre: Crime Thriller / Suspense / Short Stories


Release Date: June 1, 2020



Malice – noun; mal·ice | ˈma-ləs


1 : desire to cause pain, injury, or distress to anoth

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Published on July 06, 2020 05:07
Mitchell Hadley Mitchell Hadley's blog:

What's on TV? Tuesday, July 5, 1966

Someone once wrote that travel broadens the mind, and that's why I always enjoy visiting a new area via TV Guide—in this case, the Eastern Washington edition. Our home base for the week is Spokane, although the reach is as far as Idaho and Oregon. I wish there was time for me to delve into the t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 06, 2020 05:00
Moniek Bloks Moniek Bloks's blog:

Marie of the Netherlands – A Dutch heart (Part two)

Read part one here.


The newlyweds moved to Neuwied, but they also often returned to Wassenaar. Just 11 months after the wedding, Marie gave birth to her first child – a son named William Frederick. Her father visited Neuwied shortly after and held his grandson. He even renovated his own estate to inc

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Published on July 05, 2020 21:00
Hûw Steer Hûw Steer's blog:

Ad Luna #2: The Book! And Tree-People

Firstly, Ad Luna is now available in paperback and ebook form on Amazon! Please do check it out – I’m pretty proud of it.


Want to know a little more about the story and the process before you read, though? Well that’s what last week’s post, and this one, are for.



This week I want to talk about tree-pe

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Published on July 05, 2020 11:30
Hugh Houston Hugh Houston's blog:

Try Harder Next Time Never Worked

How could I live with myself and continue to do something which deep down I knew was wrong for over 30 years of my life?  One answer is that I minimized my sins.  I told myself it really wasn’t so bad.  After all I am a man and all men find women to be attractive.  God made women’s bodies attractive

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Published on July 06, 2020 05:37
Vandana Bhasin Vandana Bhasin's blog:

It takes courage

 


In a world obsessed with rules and sovereignty


Where judgments and opinions reign the society


It isn’t easy to create your identity


 


 


To create your identity, you step out every day,


To make your mark, to seize the day


I know it comes at a price, I know it isn’t easy


 


 


I know it isn’t easy to voice your

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Published on July 05, 2020 23:00
Antonio Martínez Ron Antonio Martínez Ron's blog:

Atardeceres en otros mundos [VÍDEO]



La pregunta de cómo se ve salir o ponerse el Sol desde distintos lugares del Sistema Solar es un clásico entre los que amamos la astronomía. Yo mismo, en 2014 encargué una ilustración para la revista Quo con los tamaños aparentes de la estrella desde cada uno de los planetas. Ahora, el científico de Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 06, 2020 02:56
Amy Valentini Amy Valentini's blog:

Unwrapping a Guest Review by Connie Fischer of ABOVE THE BAY OF ANGELS by Rhys Bowen

Greetings my darling readers, I know I’ve been remiss in providing you reviews of good reads this past year and I apologize. Life has a hold on me which does not allow me much reading time. I have tried to make up for that by publishing my own good reads for you and I hope you’ve given them a tr Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 21:02
Michael Klonovsky Michael Klonovsky's blog:

6. Juli 2020

6. Juli 2020

Warum hat der Allerwelts-Linke eine Aversion gegen die Schönheit, ob nun in der städtischen Architektur, auf der Bühne, in den Künsten, bei den Manieren, bei der Kleidung? Warum ist ihm alles Gelunge ...

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Published on July 05, 2020 23:37
Eric Suddoth Eric Suddoth's blog:

I Wish I’d Paid Better Attention in Vacation Bible School by Mark B. Weaver

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There are some books that are too good not to share. This one is one of them.





Don’t let the title fool you. This book digs deep into Christian reflection and transformation…and then keeps digging.





Mark B. Weaver has a way to craft a story with humor and lightheartedness, but with each fli

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Published on July 05, 2020 15:05
P.J. Berman P.J. Berman's blog:

Author Interview - Darren Gallagher

Hello all!It's interview day again, and today, by special request of one of my wonderful readers, we are talking to Irish horror author Darren Gallagher.PB: Hi Darren! Welcome to pjbermanbooks.com. Tell us a bit about your background.DG: Hi Peter, and thank you for having me. I am a horror author of Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 22:42
David Geschke David Geschke's blog:

Looking Out My Back Window #156

Originally posted on Facebook HERE


Lessons. Thinking today about all the lessons I’ve learned in life and how so many of them came from making poor choices day after day until I finally could no longer stand it. The most glaring for me is/was alcohol and drug use. From age 14 until I finally cleaned

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Published on July 05, 2020 07:40
Narmada Rao Narmada Rao's blog:

Did you know that speaking slowly has this effect?

I am someone who has always been known for how fast I speak. The funniest compliment or rather, comment that I got was – when I spoke to this young bunch of college graduates who had just joined the organisation. After I finished, they all clapped and said they loved how I spoke. And added saying, ‘

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Published on July 06, 2020 04:21
Thomas G. Clark Thomas G. Clark's blog:

WW2 BOMBER PHOTO- WHO WERE THEY?





From a WWII photo of a American Bomber Crew, I hoping to create the bios of these brave men in book form. Here is a list of the crew as best I can tell from the signatures:





Paul G. Gaudrea Boyd C Gunderson Wm G. Carthey Joseph J Cody Ralph A GoldinThomas J.Codeal? William H. Mills Wiley “Spike” B. Nu Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 16:10
David Åleskjær David Åleskjær's blog:

Weekend in Åsgreina

Nyter helgen med min kjære på Åsgreina. (Resten av innlegget er kun tilgjengelig for patroner med det magiske passordet. Du kan bli patron på den klassiske måten eller ved den alternative Vipps-måten)
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Published on July 05, 2020 07:16
José Ramón Chavés José Ramón Chavés's blog:

La provisión de puestos de trabajo en libertad vigilada por el Tribunal Supremo

[image error]El buen derecho se hace en los casos difíciles. También cuando toca marcar la dirección de la tutela judicial efectiva. Y si se trata de temas espinosos como el control de la ejecución de las sentencias contencioso-administrativas, lo que diga la Sala tercera del Tribunal Supremo merece

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Published on July 06, 2020 00:18
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