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BLIND MAN

I saw a blind man, today.

He was trembling on his way.

There, standing.

I started wondering.

I wanted to help him as much as I can. 96 more words

Poems

Book Review: The Reluctant Journal of Henry K. Larsen by Susin Nielsen

My rating: 4/5
Genre: Middle Grade/Young Adult
Length: 243 pages (but it’s not as tall as a standard paperback, so it’s not really that long) 442 more words

Young Adult

I missed the bus

Annoyed, frustrated and drained – I was trying to make sense of things that had occurred. More I recollect, the more I regret. How easy it would have been to laugh about it. 1,104 more words

Resurrection

Preparedness & Organization : Part #2 - The Necessity for...

In this article of the series I will go over ICS system vs. military system (among others) and which is better and why. The I will cover what the “grid-down” situation will look like and why people need a proven organizational structure. 2,098 more words

Opinion & Observation

A National Investigation Board?

This week has seen the publication of the sixth report of the Public Administration Select Committee for 2014/15, “Investigating clinical incidents in the NHS”. This committee, made up from members of parliament, is the body which oversees the work of the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO), who is, essentially, the last port of call for a person making a complaint about the health service. 614 more words

Patient Safety

UPDATE: Expo Line service resumes Sunday

UPDATE, 8:35 P.M. SATURDAY: After crowds from the soccer match have cleared, bus shuttles will replace Expo Line train service between Jefferson/USC and Expo/Western to allow repairs to be made that require the overhead wires near the accident site to be de-energized. 371 more words

Service Alerts