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In this scene, entitled, Festival De Cannes, Sara is covering the Cannes Film Festival in 1993 prior to being assigned to the Middle East when poetic justice ensues. www.hipundies.com
Sara sat at the table at the Palm D’or in Cannes musing to herself that, here, the French idea of crudités was more like a cornucopia of whole vegetables, none of which could be eaten with any kind of manners. 809 more words
Being “that kid” on the block who never wanted to be on the block had its perks. I watched a ton of TV and was able to regurgitate all kinds of recaps, facts and stats whether I was asked or not. 1,141 more words
Deborah Kelly has just launched her debut book of poetry, ‘Through My Eyes’ (Silver Bow Publishers, New Westminster 2015). She is the recipient of Poet of Merit Award from International Society of Poets, and the 4th Place Winner in Rabindranath Tagore Awards of 2015. 198 more words
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“Love Your Neighbour” – surely one of the most challenging ethical demands of the world’s major religions!
Many of the troubles of life, both interpersonal and international, seem to derive from the sure conviction that we are “damn well right” and the other person is “sure as hell wrong”. 130 more words