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Social worker, physician, part-time teacher
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Steve Marshall @innertalks (4681) • Australia 6 Dec
I have heard it said by many New Age practitioners that we can raise energy, gather it together, inside of us, and release it to do our bidding, directing it through our intent of action, that we want to take. It is claimed that...
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Judy Evans @JudyEv (140724) • Bunbury, Australia 6 Dec
I’ve just cashed out on a couple of survey sites and now I’m unsubscribing from them. It has taken me ages to cash out and I’m fed up with being kicked off surveys and/or taken to ones I didn’t click on. I also don’t like the...
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NJ Chicaa @NJChicaa (48366) • United States 6 Dec
My family is Italian and every year we eat homemade spinach-ricotta ravioli for our Christmas dinner. That means that we have to spend a Saturday in December making them. It used to be a huge ordeal of back-breaking work for...
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RasmaSandra @RasmaSandra (21043) • Daytona Beach, Florida 29 Nov
I just could not resist putting that title. My last post on the hairless Sphynx made me wonder what other strange breeds of cats were about. Then I discovered the Devon Rex coming to you from England who makes up for the lack of...
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NJ Chicaa @NJChicaa (48366) • United States 5 Dec
While I was on hall duty I was able to see most of W's eulogy and almost all of the homily by the priest. I thought they were lovely. I started to cry when George W broke down at the end of his eulogy. I teared up again when...
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Valerie J. Routhieaux @just4him (131899) • Green Bay, Wisconsin 5 Dec
Despite my bruised rib, it's been a good day. I worked on two books. Last night at Writer's Guild I read and got feedback for A Score to Settle. I'm considering that one for the next one I will publish after Thread of Evidence....
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48 years ago tonight I went to sleep for the first time in this same house, in this same room, in this same bed
How do you deal with a boss that is very domineering?
Proof that the burden of marriage has been well.. a burden for a long long time
Sanjeev Kumar Agarwal @Sanjeev2752139 (165) • New Delhi, India 4 Dec
Many peoples around me I see they are busy in doing some thing mysterious without any logic following myths
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I am not much of a fan of this bride but enjoyed watching this video clip
Always smiling @allknowing (72672) • India 4 Dec
I have reservations about this bride but that is not important. I enjoyed watching this video. This bride had a 75 foot long veil and the groom shed a tear while watching her stroll down the Isle when her mother led her to the...
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They say 'honesty is the best policy' - do you agree?
I know forgiveness is good for my soul and my health
Carmila Putri @KOLAMsegaran1 (994) • Bekasi, Indonesia 4 Dec
A smile on my face is definitely my personal wealth I lived too long holding a grudge And found out if I wanted it to end I had to budge Sometimes forgiveness starts in your heart and winds up on your lips Forgiveness is the short...
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Frederick Espiritu @simplfred (6205) • Philippines 4 Dec
I am experimenting on a survey. I decided to lie on one and gladly I've gotten the points. I know if I tell the truth within it I will be definitely screen out and no points for that. The funny things about some survey site is...
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Did You Believe In Santa Claus When You Were A Child?
Peter Ang @mandala100 (53579) • Hong Kong 4 Dec
I wonder why some grown-ups no longer believe in Santa Claus? I remember longing to see Santa Claus when I was a child! Oh that thrill and excitement to see the real Santa...
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Is it degrading or uplifting? That is the question.