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There was a famous Japanese master of Japanese martial arts. He had a lot of disciples. One day, they were separated into two groups and argued. One group went to the master and told him about the other group's faults. The other group did the same thing. Both groups asked the master which group was right. The master thundered out to them, "You only talked about the faults of others and didn't talk about your own faults." He said, "When everybody admits their own faults first,  there will be no

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Walmart, one of the world's largest retail giants, offers many opportunities for students seeking part-time employment. Whether you want to gain experience, earn some extra income, or fund your education, landing a part-time job at Walmart can be a rewarding experience. In this article, we'll walk you through the steps to secure a part-time position at Walmart, ensuring you're well-prepared to embark on this exciting journey.

1. Prepare Your Resume:
Before you start your job search, create a wel

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As the educational landscape continues to evolve in today's digital age, students increasingly rely on technology to support their academic endeavours. Whether you are a high school scholar or a college student, having the right tech gadgets can significantly enhance your learning experience. In this article, we present a curated list of 10 must-have tech gadgets that will simplify your academic life and make it more productive and enjoyable.

1. Laptop or 2-in-1 Convertible:

  • A powerful laptop is t
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The guns of the present.


I am starting my blog with a question, and I shall end it with a question too. Is peace far from our reach? For over fifty years we have just suffered and heard daily news of wars everywhere. Some spots are boiling and others are less severe.

Since the beginning of this world, mankind killed each other. They never stopped doing it. Most of the regions of the so-called third world are killing each other.

look at the middle east, Palestine, and Israel. Open the news and our country, Sudan is always

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It has been a long I've known and joined MYEC. I feel a lot of changes but  I believe it is going better. 

Talking about MYEC for old folks, 'I may say they are some star members LOL. I got many great members over here , Uhmm I can say it was around 2019 to 2020. 

I was an active member at that time and I got my EC families here. Though they are not my biological families but they were so close and friendly. I still remember them  Granny Pearl , Aunty Inna and WMW, ah the cat Aunty NOALSP , my bel

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In an era dominated by technological advancements, the way we communicate has evolved at an unprecedented pace. The digital age has brought about profound changes in our language, altering not just the way we write and speak, but also how we express emotions, share information, and connect with one another. This article explores the impact of technology on language and communication, unraveling the intricacies of this ever-evolving linguistic landscape.

1. The Language of Emojis and Emoticons


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New teacher

So here is the thing: At 62, I want to start a new project – my father always said that “he who doesn’t have a project is already dead” (he was from a time in which we didn’t have to worry about choosing gender in our sentences...)

This is such a new world, isn’t it? So many things are challenged everyday and it feels like we have to literally start over every damn morning. It’s tiresome, I confess. But I’m not ready to give up just yet.

I’m from this generation – the new oldies - caught in the mi

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Are you tired of drowning in a sea of paper receipts, struggling to keep track of your expenses? Say goodbye to manual entry and hello to the future of expense management! In this blog post, we delve into the revolutionary world of Receipt OCR (Optical Character Recognition) technology. Discover how this game-changing innovation is streamlining processes, saving time, and boosting productivity for businesses worldwide. So grab a cup of coffee and get ready to embark on a journey that will transf

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Being a multipotentialite is a gift that should be embraced and celebrated. It is a testament to our innate curiosity, creativity, and versatility. Recognising the value of our multifaceted passions and talents, we can confidently navigate the world, knowing that our worth extends far beyond society's narrow definitions.
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Arba'een Annual Pilgrimage

Has any of you heard of Arba'een pilgrimage?

It is held at Karbala, Iraq. It was just held in recent days.

Every year the 20th day of the Second month of the lunar Islamic Calendar, which is 40 day after the date of Imam al-Hussain martyrdom, millions of his lovers attend a pilgrimage to the Holy shrine in Karbala, Iraq. Many pilgrims walk the route to Karbala. For example they start the walk from Najaf which is about 80 km far from Karbala. Throughout the route there are many kind people, mostly

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Regardless of its significance, each decision has the power to shape our journey and lead us down different paths. It emphasises the coexistence of pride and regret when reflecting on personal experiences and the lessons learned from unwise decisions. It acknowledges that pride arises from the audacity and courage displayed in making those choices, while regret serves as a reminder of the consequences we face. The results of unwise decisions can both hinder and propel us forward. They can instil
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A day like any other in an English language learning classroom turned into a nightmare when communication barriers and technical difficulties derailed the lesson. Despite feeling defeated, the experience became a catalyst for growth, leading me to develop resilience, empathy, and a commitment to continuous learning to overcome future challenges.
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Vegetarian Food

This blog in response to Peter Eastey's blog post

From Scribbles to Brilliance: Embracing the Unexpected in Your Writing Journey


Vegetarian food is the food that comes from plants and it consists of vegetables and fruit. Some people are vegetarian because of their religeous beliefs while others turn vegetarian because they think it's more healthy. I personally think that it is not a healthy choice because a balanced diet should also include nutrients that come from milk, poultry and meat sources.

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Songs inject fun and excitement into the learning process, provide a rich source of vocabulary and grammar, offer insights into different cultures, and promote mental well-being. Teachers can leverage songs through lyric gap-fill exercises and encourage students to create their own pieces. Overall, songs create an engaging and effective learning environment.
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 Inventory management apps are sophisticated software solutions designed to oversee and optimize various aspects of inventory control. They empower businesses to track, organize, and manage their stock in real-time, leading to improved accuracy, reduced wastage, and enhanced decision-making. These apps often come equipped with features like demand forecasting, order tracking, and automated replenishment, enabling companies to maintain optimal stock levels while minimizing excess inventory.


In to

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I am back!!

Hello, Everyone!

I hope you are having a great day. I am an old member of MyEC and as long as I remember I joined this platform back in 2009. It helped me improve my English and I made a lot of good friends here. In those days MyEC was a very active place and blogs would receive hundreds of comments. I tried to come back many times after I left MyEC but since my old friends weren't around and it was not as active as it was before I lost my interest. However, this time I've decided to stay here fo

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Love is a powerful motivator for language learning, transforming the seemingly impossible task into an exhilarating adventure. It enables deeper connections, appreciation of culture, personal growth, and professional opportunities. However, navigating cultural differences, acknowledging potential challenges, and embracing imperfections along the language-learning journey is essential. Love fuels determination, passion, and resilience, making the experience a beautiful adventure of connection and
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