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I felt privileged to be asked to write a blog post on gender based violence for the Bewdley Quaker's Blog (UK) today. I also wrote it on behalf of my friends Mugisho and Bahati from the DRC to read it in full please visit http://www.bewdleyquakers.org.uk/b
Ebby · 1605 days ago

Consider this a public service announcement.  If I had a megaphone, I might use it, turned up to 11, for this friendly reminder: Now that Spring appears in the Northeast (as evidenced by the sunshine and green shoots in my yard), remember to step
laineyd7 · 1605 days ago

Some losses are so big; there is no place for them in the chambers of our mind. We collide with the loss in horrific, brutal fashion. Lost for words, lost for feelings, we become amputated from life itself. My first collision with no-place-for-it-
Karen-Monroy · 1608 days ago

OK, entirely political post follows. I would love to hear your opinions, but you have been warned. "We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence,
gizmo4223 · 1609 days ago

I found this post from a year and a half ago on my blog and thought I would share it here, since it still feels relevant and close to my heart. _____ So many times recently I have sat down to write, only to get my mind moving in a hundred different direc
AnaLewis · 1609 days ago

Just this morning, Philippines was again hit by an earthquake.  A magnitude of 6.4 hit Mindoro province and about 3-4 in the National Capital Region.   At this very moment, there are still no reports of casualties or damages in Mindoro but I d
Bing · 1609 days ago

You have spent years growing and nurturing an opt-in email list and everyone you know is on Twitter and Facebook - does this make your email list obsolete? In a word, No. But it does mean that the rules are a-changin' and you will need to treat it differ
AnaLewis · 1610 days ago

Most of us choose to become mothers, as such we have a responsibility and duty to our children.After all, they certainly didn't have a choice and they depend on us for survival and love. This does not mean we have to suffer our children or be slaves to th
Elle · 1610 days ago

I was an avid writer in my high school years. I dreamed of becoming a writer, specificallly a poet.  As I was cleaning out some old files, I ran across some of my outpourings and thought I would share to change the mood of my daily blog outpourin
Heidi · 1611 days ago

  Changing your life is all about emotions-acting on them, giving in to them, being sabotaged by them, or being driven to success.   When you want to make a change in your life, you usually want to feel something different than what you are fe
WanderWoman · 1611 days ago

I'm talking to you right now.  Yes, you!  Look at me straight in the eyes so I'll know that you're listening and you'll understand everything that I have to say.    Listen carefully..   Who are you? Who do you think you are? &n
Bing · 1611 days ago

When you think of pauses, it's along the lines of pausing to catch your breath, pause a recording, pause to smell the roses, etc.   None of that applies to the word pause if it has meno in front of it.  The definition of menopause literally
Heidi · 1611 days ago

I practice Kundalini Yoga everyday at about 5ish - 7ish in the morning. Two of my favorite teachers are Ana Brett and Ravi Singh who are kind enough to supply us with some super valuable information and some of the best DVDs for practicing at home. Below
AnaLewis · 1612 days ago

Yesterday, I wanted to die.  I was speaking to a very good friend and somewhere in that conversation, I blurted out I'm tired, I just want to die and burst into tears.  For the last three weeks, the tears come with every sad note, word or image.&
Heidi · 1612 days ago

http://women.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/women/article7070165.ece This is an article about E. Badinter, whom I wrote about in a previous post. Astonishing views,I'm still as outraged as the first time I heard her on the news! Following is the l
Elle · 1613 days ago

When someone you know gets a tattoo what do you ask them? If you are like a lot of people you'll ask "what does it mean?" TV shows have taught the general public that tattoos have great meaning or big stories associated with them. They representing big cha
melissa_nichole · 1614 days ago

The other day I was pondering on this.Most people use the expression "Thank God" on a regular basis.I don't believe in God but still use this expression.I don't really care because after all it's just a saying but I was wondering what else you could say an
Elle · 1616 days ago

Yesterday I had a discussion with my husband about an article I read regarding eating right for hypothyroidism, which is something I have dealt with for about ten years. The article titled, "Is Your Thyroid Making You Fat?" , contains a list of goitrogens
AnaLewis · 1616 days ago

Why do they call them pet peeves, it sounds so correct & genteel.  Hell, we all have things that just piss us off.  So, here is what does it for me. People who stop at the top of the escalator, instead of moving away to let me get off with
Heidi · 1616 days ago

This is the truth, so it’s bound to piss you off, before it sets you free. This isn’t my truth. It is The Truth. I was told this Truth many years ago. I’ll bet you’ve been given this Truth at some point too. Only if you
Karen-Monroy · 1617 days ago

Eduardo Calasanz was a student in Ateneo Manila University, Philippines, where he had Fr. Ferriols as professor.  Fr. Ferriols, at that time, was the Philosophy Department Head.  Currently, he still teaches Philosophy for graduating college stude
Bing · 1617 days ago
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