Monthly Archives: December 2014

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!!!

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7 online tools that help you to write faster and better

7 online tools that help you to write faster and better. By Jerry Low (July 14, 2014) Anyone can start a blog – but not everyone can start and maintain a quality blog that offers valuable insights and advice. Part

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Start and Build A Successful Blog – WHSR A-Z Blogging Guide

Start and Build A Successful Blog – WHSR A-Z Blogging Guide. Starting a blog is not as difficult as it seems. Sure, it could get very tricky in certain stages; but generally speaking, blogging is do-able for everyone who has

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2014’s Best Books on Psychology, Philosophy, and How to Live Meaningfully | Brain Pickings

2014’s Best Books on Psychology, Philosophy, and How to Live Meaningfully | Brain Pickings. by Maria Popova How to be alone, wake up from illusion, master the art of asking, fathom your place in the universe, and more. After the

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A Poem By Tomas Tranströmer

Originally posted on Deborduras:
Track 2 A.M. moonlight. The train has stopped out in a field. Far off sparks of light from a town, flickering coldly on the horizon. As when a man goes so deep into his dream he…

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