June 2018 Blog Posts (77)

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Added by bright - rubies on June 29, 2018 at 14:00 — 8 Comments

It's all about connections.

Share 5; 7 June 2018; 1:00 am pst

* It's all about the connections. *

Not sure why but, it has taken me a bit

to get back on track with this weekly project.

For this endeavor, I wanted to discuss connections.

This word connections. What does it mean to you?

Is it only viable within one context or does it

have multiple meanings to you as a person?

As usual, before we start, let's grab a definition.

Full text at the link below.…

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Added by Scot Albert on June 29, 2018 at 10:24 — No Comments


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You know that I love C.S. LEWIS's quotes : You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream. His quote inspired me to set another goal : learning new things and be part of my passion. I learn painting (…

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Added by Nadiyah on June 28, 2018 at 13:30 — 13 Comments

Brainstorming Benefits & Techniques For A Perfect Essay

You have been hearing the word ‘brainstorming’ every other minute while you are at your school. And confused about what that term is all about? Then here is a section that is all about brainstorming, its importance and ways to do brainstorming.

Traditionally, brainstorming is a technique for generating creative ideas for your essay and academic writing. Brainstorming is very necessary before starting your writing work as even for writing two lines you need to think before writing…

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Added by William Bishop on June 28, 2018 at 10:23 — No Comments

°•●○ Have you ever looked to the stars ○●•°

      Have u ever looked to the stars ? Let me assume that the majority of us will say no ....

Modern days are depriving us from essential habits , that were used intrinsically by our ancestors.

            Observing stars at night weren't just for fun . It was a a survival matter.

By stars people identified months and years , were able to cross deserts and know their way back or sail…

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Added by Rosemary :) on June 27, 2018 at 16:00 — 23 Comments

3 habits for successful learning of languages

Billions of people around the world are learning foreign languages. Someone wants to devote all their free time to it, but someone allocates ten minutes a day, some plan lessons for months ahead, and others tend to keep within a few weeks before going on vacation. Which approach will bring the best results?

Learning the language can be compared with the process of losing weight and maintaining weight. Can you lose 20 kg per night? Hardly. But the term in a few months is…

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Added by Alison Smith on June 27, 2018 at 10:30 — 1 Comment

Wordless Wednesday "Jurassic Park........again."

                             Hello, my dear friends!

I am ready to carry the torch of the challenge " Wordless Wednesday".

In the beginning I wanted to be serious and post something beautiful and great.

But our world is already full such serious things, isn't it? Let's…

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Added by Svitlana on June 26, 2018 at 22:00 — 49 Comments

"Describing your room"

There's a lot of white in my room. It's my favourite colour and I like it here because it makes the room very warm. I've got a white sofa, and white spot lights, a white blind which makes the room  very cosy. I've also got white supports for my books shelves so it takes up the same colour scheme again. 

There's also a cushion  the same white colour again which is my mother's present. I like it very much. This  cushion echoes my rug which I think it's the central think in the…

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Added by Anastasia on June 26, 2018 at 19:48 — No Comments

Historical Background of Ablution

Ablution is a term referring to washing for the purpose of ritual purification for performing prayers within various religions traditions.

Ablutions of one sort or another are practiced in nearly every religious tradition, ranging from hand-washing before eating in the Jewish tradition to baptism in the Christian tradition, ritual washing before prayers in Islam, and bathing in the Ganges River in Hinduism.

 

A priest engages in the ritual of…

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Added by Mishaikh on June 26, 2018 at 14:00 — 8 Comments

Homo sapiens, meet homophones! III

Drum roll please!

Part three, everybody.

Enjoy.…

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Added by A738a on June 26, 2018 at 10:00 — 11 Comments

I am in the middle of my third book!

It felt like an eternity to get back into writing! I have started my third book and this time it is a memoir more than an autobiographical writing...

My first two were published many years ago while I was still living in American and both were not novels! The first was an educational book published by the San Diego Public Schools titled :"Educational Awareness through Field Trips". 

The second was completed as I was packing for my new teaching job in Damascus, Syria and was…

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Added by Thomas L Webber I on June 25, 2018 at 19:35 — 3 Comments

The girl in straw hat.

Sitting on the beach
near the sea 
under the sun
with grains of sand
and saltiness on the skin
she touches her hat
smiling. Then
with serene thought
she lookes down.
Half-cut hair
black, disordered
and still wet:
it seems the effect of
a gel touch.
She's beautiful!
Simply beautiful!

Added by vindos on June 25, 2018 at 16:00 — 3 Comments

What do you notice when you meet a new person?

There are many relation in life so we always communicate with everybody in this society. So what the first thing you notice a new person you meet in your life: their voice, their face and hair, their clothes and something else. In myself, I regularly see their eyes, teeth, facial expression and their clothes.

 Eyes:

There is one sentences “eyes is the window of spirit”. Thus, eyes say about everything in our mind such as happy, sad, eager, honesty, shifty or something like…

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Added by Jenny Nguyen on June 25, 2018 at 6:00 — 14 Comments

Two accidents that make us think about the U.S as a gun society

In 1992, a Japanese foreign student was shot to death by a man in the U.S. This tragedy was caused by mistakes. He, who was dressed up for Halloween, visited a man's house to get Halloween treats. But the man mistook him for a robber and said "Freeze". However he got closer to the man while laughing and said  "I have come to Halloween party", because he mistook "Freeze" for "Please" . At that time, he was shot to death by the man. This accident made Japanese…

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Added by Tam on June 24, 2018 at 8:00 — 12 Comments

6 reasons that prove that distance college is worth

Flexibility, freedom, and accessibility. We could define the essence of ODL around these 3 words. Freedom to choose from a diverse range of best courses; flexibility to fit a qualifying experience into their life routine and to define their own schedule and pace of study; affordability to all corners of the…

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Added by EssayOnTime on June 23, 2018 at 12:30 — No Comments

Inner Peace VS Inner perfectionist

I recently started to realize the difference between both of these terms, and obviously, they both work to either cheer you up or put you down, I would like to highlight the main difference between them, in order to know how they work and how you can avoid falling…

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Added by Rayan Abdulrrhman on June 23, 2018 at 12:19 — 2 Comments


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Only the following situations may lead to account termination:

  1. fake photo of celebrity (film star, Donald Trump, top model etc)
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Added by Joe Essberger on June 23, 2018 at 9:00 — 15 Comments

What do YOU hear when I say?

Share-6; 9 June 2018; 1:57 pm pst;

* What do YOU hear when I say? *

It is interesting. We all hear such phrases

or derivations on the same. "I hear ya.",

"Ya man, I hear ya.". "Can ya hear me?".

"Ya feel me?", "I heard that!" and the like.

What does that truly mean? It is like listening

to a verbal short hand for connectivity between

souls having meaningful conversations.

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Added by Scot Albert on June 22, 2018 at 9:54 — 1 Comment

Memories of ghosts past

Share-6; 9 June 2018; 1:57 pm pst;

Memories of ghosts past 

I firmly believe that there are some

events that NO child should ever witness.…

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Added by Scot Albert on June 22, 2018 at 9:30 — 3 Comments

HAPPY MIDSUMMER

At this time of the season (end of June) the very ancient pagan cultures used to celebrate the Summer Solstice; also called: Midsummer or Litha. In my country it's called St. John's Day because catholic people basically took all the pagan celebrations and turn them into catholic ones for…

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Added by MARY on June 21, 2018 at 13:30 — 8 Comments

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