Broken Families Creating Broken Children.. Life is too short

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Life is too short.

Life is too short to hold on to grudges and past pains. Life is too short not to forgive and move on.

Sometimes we have to put things into perspective, a time must come when we realise that holding onto to such heavy baggage does us no good, all it does is weigh us down. Sometimes we hold on to these past events for so long that we feel like it’s too late to let them go, we feel like we must continue when in facts it’s never too late. We form our own explanations of events replaying them feeding into the negative energy associated with them.

Life is too short, tomorrow is not promised. It makes me sad to see family members not talking, new generations growing up with out knowing where they have come from. We can not keep repeating the mistakes of past…

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Perfectly Imperfect!

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Let us keep one another in prayer and make every single day count. Love is the only thing that is going to make our world better, not hate. I believe that this “love” I speak of is unconditional and is of God. If you choose at anytime to live in this space of love, you will see things much more differently than you do now.

“Christianity is not about convincing others that you are perfect, It’s about letting others know that you’re not, but your God is”-Wanda Jefferson


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The Chandravati Ramayana: A Story of Two Women by Vibha Shetiya

vibpicAlthough “the” Ramayana is a fluid narrative, scholarship has traditionally recognized the Sanskrit Valmiki Ramayana as the most authoritative of Ramayanas. But recent studies have brought to light the hundreds of regional stories of Rama and Sita which are more popular with the masses. These would include Krittibasa’s Ramayana in Bengal, Kamban’s Tamil Iramavataram in South India, notably in the state of Tamil Nadu, Tulsidas’s Ramcharitamanas among the Hindi-speaking belt of northern India, and so on. But even here, a pattern seems to emerge; all the above-mentioned authors are male. Within this scenario, a rather unique text stands out, and that is Chandravati’s sixteenth century Bengali Ramayana, for its author was a woman. Even more fascinating is the double-toned nature of the narrative – through Chandravati’s own voice and through the voice of its tragic heroine, Sita.

Chandravati (ca.1550-1600) was born in a village in eastern Bengal, today in…

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6 Signs That You’re Not Cut Out for Entrepreneurship (3 min read)

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1. You don’t like to work hard.

Entrepreneurship is about hard work. It’s about facing indecision, insecurity, instability and borderline insanity.

There’s nothing really pleasant about that. Ironic as it seems, there’s a certain satisfaction in hard work. Humans are made for hard work, and hard work has its own reward.

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Preview: Dungeons & Dragons: Frost Giant’s Fury #1

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Dungeons & Dragons: Frost Giant’s Fury #1

Jim Zub (w) • Netho Diaz (a) • Max Dunbar (c)

Mighty giants stir across the land and, before their crushing might, nothing is safe. Badly injured after their encounters in the Demiplane of Dread and now lost in the frozen northern reaches of the Forgotten Realms, the Baldur’s Gate heroes will be tested like never before. Roll for initiative, a new Dungeons & Dragons adventure begins!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


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