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Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis
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Breaking news and analysis on politics, business, world national news, entertainment more. In-depth DC, Virginia, Maryland news coverage including traffic, weather, crime, education, restaurant reviews and more.
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Breaking news and analysis on politics, business, world national news, entertainment more. In-depth DC, Virginia, Maryland news coverage including traffic, weather, crime, education, restaurant reviews and more.
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NASA Earth Observatory Image of the Day
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Your source for monitoring regional and global changes on our planet through images and stories.
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Your source for monitoring regional and global changes on our planet through images and stories.
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Your source for the latest science news, comment and scientific analysis from the Telegraph
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Your source for the latest science news, comment and scientific analysis from the Telegraph
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Electronic Village
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This blog seeks to look at events thru the perspective of Black people. We seek the Nguzo Saba 365/7 on on our blog. Please be active as a villager by using the COMMENT OPTION on blog posts, Subscribe
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This blog seeks to look at events thru the perspective of Black people. We seek the Nguzo Saba 365/7 on on our blog. Please be active as a villager by using the COMMENT OPTION on blog posts, Subscribe
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Ami James
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TV Personality, Tattoo artist and shop owner
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TV Personality, Tattoo artist and shop owner
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Maya in the Moment
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Aspirations & inspirations by an artsy 21 year old. Music, crafts, videos and more.
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Aspirations & inspirations by an artsy 21 year old. Music, crafts, videos and more.
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VDU's blog
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The blog for Virology Down Under. Info and opinion on viruses: what they are, how they tick and the illnesses they cause.
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The blog for Virology Down Under. Info and opinion on viruses: what they are, how they tick and the illnesses they cause.
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Alex. 29. Barcelona (Spain). INFP. Genderqueer. Vegan for 11 years. In this corner I post compassion & love related things that I like, and share the ethics of how I live my life. My personal posts are here.
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Alex. 29. Barcelona (Spain). INFP. Genderqueer. Vegan for 11 years. In this corner I post compassion & love related things that I like, and share the ethics of how I live my life. My personal posts are here.
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Humans of Amsterdam
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”I spent most of my twenties traveling the world by myself. I would always avoid winter and chase the sun. Just as I avoided my depression, I avoided the discomfort of winter and the cold. While traveling, I certainly had beautiful moments, but deep down, I was miserable. At the beginning of this year, I moved back to Amsterdam. This time I decided to stay. I’m no longer running away from my pain. For the first time in my life, I’m in therapy. There are tough days, but I’m no longer ashamed of it. Like yesterday, I wasn’t feeling too well, but I still went to visit my friends. A few years ago, I would have locked myself up in my room, but now, I allow myself to be there, even if I’m having a bad day. I wear my pain with me on my chest, and I allow it to exist. This year, I learned that in life, you should not avoid the dark winter days. They have a purpose; to make you grow.” The post appeared first on Humans of Amsterdam.
“Although my grades were much higher than my older brothers, he was the one who got to go to university. Back in the sixties, girls often got married at a young age, so it was seen as a waste of money to send girls to university. I wanted to study psychology, but my father wouldn’t let me. I ended becoming a social worker. I thought that was a beautiful profession, but my ambition to study did not disappear. For five years, I worked at the child protection services. My supervisor at work was a female psychologist. I learned a lot from her. She inspired me to quit my job and study psychology. My mother completely disagreed with my choice. To calm her down, I promised that I would only study for one year. In the back of my mind, I knew that was a lie. I was too old to qualify for a scholarship, so I sold my car. I loved studying. I was doing so well that the university decided to offer me a scholarship after all. I had a good career as a professor at a university. I never wanted to get married or have children. That was just not for me. I have experienced so much freedom in my life. Besides, life has blessed me with twelve nieces and nephews. I am the happiest aunt on this planet. “ The post appeared first on Humans of Amsterdam.
“I was at my aunt’s house when we received a phone call that my dad had passed away. I was living in Suriname with my mother at the time. My dad lived here. Despite the distance, he tried to visit me as much as possible. He would always bring expensive clothing from The Netherlands, which made me the coolest kid in my street. The last time I saw my father, I was nine years old. During his last visit, he took me to all these different places and told me a lot about his life. It was as if he knew that it would be the last time we would see each other. My father got buried in The Netherlands. I was supposed to stay only a few months until after the funeral, but my mother thought I would have a better future here in The Netherlands. My mother went back to Suriname, and I stayed with some relatives. Growing up without your parents is difficult. As a kid, I didn’t know how to express my emotions. Anger became a way of expressing my pain. My outlook on life changed when I turned eighteen. I would hang out a lot with my friends on the street. One day, a man from my neighborhood came up to me and said: If we are lucky, we have a few people who take care of us in this life. I have been watching you. You are not taking good care of yourself. After he said that, I realized that I needed to take better care of myself and deal with my emotions. His words hit home because he actually noticed me.” The post appeared first on Humans of Amsterdam.
sister-hood magazine. A Fuuse production by Deeyah Khan.
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sister-hood is a digital magazine and a series of live events founded by Deeyah Khan spotlighting the voices of women of Muslim heritage.
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sister-hood is a digital magazine and a series of live events founded by Deeyah Khan spotlighting the voices of women of Muslim heritage.
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Virology Down Under
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Facts, data, info, expert opinion and a reasonable voice on viruses: what they are, how they tick and the illnesses they may cause.
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Facts, data, info, expert opinion and a reasonable voice on viruses: what they are, how they tick and the illnesses they may cause.
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