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I want to see if I'm in one of the latest glamour magazines on sale this week. I mean honestly, I deserve to be on one of those pages. After all . . . I am a woman. Right! But, unfortunately, just an .
(January 04, 2009)
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Wedding days are special and memorable days. Brides plan their extraordinary day in the finest detail. There are so many things to do and consider for this day: the venue, décor designers, dress, ..
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A justice system takes a human life to compensate for the loss of another life. To take the life of a murderer invariably means that many innocent lives will be protected in the future. Many people ..
(August 21, 2008)
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Love! The most wondrous thing of all is man's capacity to love. The unfortunate thing is that so many people misunderstand the nature of love. When we read the Bible at 1 Corinthians 13, we see in ..
(May 24, 2008)
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His father passed away when he was four and a half years old. He grew up without a father. So he started watching the men around him. It became years of studying them to eventually become like them. .
(May 30, 2008)
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I was recently asked whether I agree with the following statement on ithink (Facebook): Opposites attract on the short run but turn out a disaster on the long run. I do not agree with this statement. .
(July 25, 2008)
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The simplicity of Emily Dickinson's poem A Day is brought to life in images of life's ordinary things. Through the eyes of an inquisitive child, Emily takes the reader on a mental journey from the ..
(April 06, 2008)
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Technology is changing rapidly and everyone is trying to keep up. Today's cellular phone is trendy and great, but tomorrow it's old news. Every day people are scrutinizing someone else's phone to see .
(March 25, 2008)
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Parents make critics look stupid when it comes to public criticism of teachers. Children go home with various versions of a story and parents react differently to each. They meet up in malls, at hair .
(March 23, 2008)
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Spending the greater part of each day to get food on the table is wise benevolence. It is the simplest security system we rely on for the sake of a better standard of living. But it's work, work, ..
(December 26, 2007)
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Mid-November it felt as if someone had thrown a bucket of cold water over me. My husband had lost his job and was suddenly part of the unemployment statistics. My initial reaction was to stress . . . .
(December 25, 2007)
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The youngsters are the ones dressed for the occasion and believe me every day has a couple of occasions for which they are ready to be dressed. It's not so much what they really like, but what grabs ..
(December 17, 2007)
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I love this poem. It is a Petrarchan sonnet and absolutely awe-inspiring. If you have never been to London, you're stuck with what I have: book and screen versions. I watched a programme on T. V. ..
(December 09, 2007)
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A lot of students are expected to write a literary essay based on appreciation of poetry. To make the task enjoyable we need to define poetry. What is poetry? Edmund Clarence Stedman said the ..
(December 09, 2007)
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