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Weekend Inspiration 'Stillness'

Once again we want to thank Collen for use of her poem, “Stillness’ Colleen writes her encouraging, poems and articles under the name Lorraine Szabo. Collen has written many inspiring articles, so we hope you all enjoy this poem ‘Stillness’. 351 more words


GUEST POST // Alone by Purple Creature

quietness fills the air
all I hear are my footsteps
all I see is the mist of air leaving my mouth
my breathing is becoming labored… 145 more words


Calgary Mayor lauds Vincentians’ work

Calgary’s Vincentians merit praise for the good work they do among this city’s low-income families, said Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi during his keynote address at the Western Regional Annual General Assembly held at St. 461 more words

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Know Your Strengths—And Weaknesses

This is a guest post by Felicia Goldwire.

If there’s one thing that holds business owners back it’s this: they try to do too much. 443 more words

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GUEST POST: Araku Valley, India by Somnath Verma of The Traveloholic

This is my first guest post here on The Traveling Space Opera. Somnath Verma is a young Indian traveler, blogger, student, and lover of life. His blog, The Traveloholic ( 1,356 more words

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Uncensored Interview with Gary Null, Ph.D. on Vaccines and SB277 - Part One

Bonnie Faulkner
Guns and Butter

Two weeks ago, Guns and Butter was censored when trying to have Gary Null, Ph. D. on air live to discuss the issue of vaccines and specifically SB277. 288 more words

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'Sounding out ELT hiring policies in South Korea' by Martin Sketchley

I started my English language teaching career soon after completing my undergraduate degree in 2005. South Korea appeared to be a wonderful opportunity, as all you needed to qualify as an English language teacher was to be a Native English Speaker (NS), hold a degree in any subject from an English-speaking country and be willing to travel half-way across the world. 1,441 more words