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Current day politics made me walk into this space

Current day politics made me walk into this space

Honesty is one of the treasured values of human being. Living life honestly means opening oneself freely and exposing one’s true self to others. Honesty is essential because it acts as the glue holding people together. Moreover, honesty helps a person to conquer problems and excel in his life. However, is this always right to tell truth? First of all, honesty is the foundation upon which a person builds any relationship with his loved ones such as family or friends. By being honest to his loved ones, he will make them feel that they are trustworthy and closed enough for…
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It’s Spring! Don’t worry; be happy.

It's Spring! Don't worry; be happy.

There’s a truth in life that some people refuse to accept: You have no control over many of the things that happen in your life. Some people who resist this truth become control freaks. They micromanage, refuse to delegate tasks and try to force other people to change. They think if they can gain enough control over other people and the situations they find themselves in, they can prevent bad things from happening. Others know they can’t prevent bad things from happening, but they worry about them anyway. They fret about everything from natural disasters to deadly diseases. Their worries keep them occupied,…
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Was your mother a superhero?

Was your mother a superhero?

We grow up getting clues as to who we should be from significant others and multimedia images and stories. We begin in a once upon a time and happily ever after world. Somewhere between the ages of three and ten we seem to be drawn to the land of superheroes. Did you know that 37% of children ages three to ten when asked what they want to be when they grow up say superheroes? Although I loved to see her twirl into her superpowers, my first superhero was not Wonder Woman. My first superhero was my mother. Mother raised me the first…
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Don’t you feel great when you are with her?

Don’t you feel great when you are with her?

“Live by choice, not by chance.  Make changes, not excuses.  Be motivated, not manipulated.  Work to excel, not compete.  Listen to your own inner voice, not the jumbled opinions of everyone else. This is the way to inspire people!  This is how you can grow into the best version of YOU! Here are three more ideas to get you started with inspiring everyone around you: Be authentic and true to yourself.– In this crazy world that’s trying to make you like everyone else, find the courage to keep being your awesome self.  Embrace that individual inside you that has ideas,…
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EARTH DAY! … April 22, 2018 … End Plastic Polution!

EARTH DAY! ...  April 22, 2018 ...  End Plastic Polution!

I’m Done! (With Disposable Plastic) “How do you make a lasting change in your behavior? How do you take a desire to be and do better and turn it into action? In the past months, you may have been exposed to powerful information and imagery, showing the drastic tolls that plastic pollution is having on our environment, our health, and the health of the other organisms that we share the planet with. You may have even gone to the effort of finding out ways you can stop contributing to the problem, by refusing plastic straws and shopping bags, or by…
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WANT TO KNOW A SECRET?

WANT TO KNOW A SECRET?

I had to share this! “Text me when you get home. Usually, it’s late when women say this to each other, the end of a night that at some point felt thrilling. We might have been at dinner, a concert or a cocktail bar. We might have been just hanging out talking even though we knew we’d be tired the next day. Men do not tell their friends to text them when they get home. Some guy somewhere must have been worried about his buddy finding his way back okay at the end of a night, but he probably just said,…
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It’s Spring! Be imperfectly perfect.

It's Spring! Be imperfectly perfect.

“Practice makes perfect.” Does this phrase, although uttered quite frequently in our society, have any truth behind it? How much practice, in fact, does it take to become “perfect”? What even is “perfect”? We have come to believe, through the influence of media, that perfect is attainable; it is something we can reach if we would just be “better”. In reality, perfection is having no flaws, and I don’t know about you, but I don’t think that is remotely possible. How to fix this? Well, first you have to find who you are. Whoa! That was pretty deep, wasn’t it?…
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It’s Women’s History Month: Meet Nathalie Joachim

It's Women's History Month: Meet Nathalie Joachim

“Nathalie Joachim is “an edgy multi- genre performance artist who has long been pushing boundaries with her flute”. (The Washington Post) Critics hail the Brooklyn born Haitian-American for creating “a unique blend of classical music, hip-hop, electronic programming and soulful vocals reminiscent of neo- R&B stars like Erykah Badu.” (The Wall Street Journal) Ms. Joachim regularly combines her exceptional performance skill as a flutist with her creative talents as a composer, producer and singer, navigating genres ranging from classical and jazz to indie-rock and electronic. She was recently appointed flutist of the four-time Grammy winning contemporary chamber ensemble, Eighth Blackbird. Joachim…
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It’s Women’s History Month: Meet Henrietta Lacks

It's Women's History Month: Meet Henrietta Lacks

Henrietta Lacks was born in 1920 in Roanoke, Virginia. On January 29, 1951, Lacks went to Johns Hopkins Hospital to diagnose abnormal pain and bleeding in her abdomen. Physician Howard Jones quickly diagnosed her with cervical cancer. During her subsequent radiation treatments, doctors removed two cervical samples from Lacks without her knowledge. She died at Johns Hopkins on October 4, 1951, at the age of 31. HeLa Cells The cells from Lacks’s tumor made their way to the laboratory of researcher Dr. George Otto Gey. Gey noticed an unusual quality in the cells. Unlike most cells, which survived only a few days,…
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It’s Women’s History Month: From slave to four years in the White House.

It's Women's History Month: From slave to four years in the White House.

Elizabeth Keckley was born a slave in Dinwiddie, Virginia, in February 1818. After purchasing her freedom in 1855, she became a dressmaker for the wives of the political elite in Washington. In addition to her sewing skills, Keckley was an excellent networker. By 1860, she had moved to Washington, D.C., and established her own dressmaking business. She was soon styling the Washington elite, including the wives of Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, and Stephen Douglas, Lincoln’s former political rival. She had a spare style in contrast to the Victorian norm and was an expert with fit. She also scored the…
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