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  • No life
    No life
    Lonely, lifeless, empty, dark, hopeless and abandoned. Sound familiar? Like a condemned building, that's been burned and abandoned; that's been overlooked, yet is still an eye sore. So many people feeling that their lives have been wasted;...
  • Hand crafted ceramic bowls.
    Ceramic artists urgently needed to help fight hunger near Washington, D.C.
    About 20 miles west of Washington, D.C., steady hands and delicate fingers, sensitive to detail, craft pottery for a crucial cause. “I think it’s a fun project. It was an easy yes,” says 28-year-old Andrew Cummins, a native...
  • Dudley Street, Wolverhampton
    Wolverhampton: The decline of a beautiful town
    Once labeled the hot spot for nightlife and shopping, the West Midlands town of Wolverhampton has seen a rapid decline over the last decade, transforming a once bustling, popular hub into a semi-derelict eyesore that people are fast steering clear...
  • Emptiness or power
    Emptiness or power
    [Who would not fear You, O King of the nations? For it is fitting to You and Your due! For among all the wise [men or gods] of the nations and in all their kingdoms, there is none like You. But they are altogether irrational and stupid and foolish...
  • "Empty Chair Day"  on Monday- Jobless Labor Day
    "Empty Chair Day"- Labor Day Monday
    Clint Eastwood's brilliant "Empty Chair" address at the Republican National Convention was immediately heralded by Conservatives on every social media outlet. The term and hashtag "Eastwooding" was created on Twitter and...
  • Empty by Suzanne Weyn
    Empty by Suzanne Weyn
    Empty by Suzanne Weyn is a young adult book that is theme driven rather than plot driven. The message is an important one – our rapidly depleting natural resources (petroleum) – and it is driven home on every page of the book.The time...
  • Stereogram-earth
    Just whose life is really barren - those with or those without gods?
    The recent failure, yet again, of Harold Camping’s most recent end-of-the-world rapture-is-upon-us brings forth the tired proclamation that atheists hear even more often than Rapture routines – that without religion, one’s life...
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