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Adorable Hand-Drawn Flip-Book Documents Couple’s Long-Distance Love Story

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By Kelsey Borresen

As far as wedding gifts go, this one is pretty flippin’ sweet.

Wayne Brandes of Virginia tied the knot with his wife Rachel in January. 39 more words

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Shifting My Perspective on Success

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By Justine Brooks Froelker

She is out there for all the world to love and judge.

She has been born for all the world to embrace or reject. 40 more words

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Is a PEN Mightier Than an AK-47?

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By Homero Aridjis

MEXICO CITY – As a former president of PEN International (1997-2003), I join Salman Rushdie and numerous colleagues in defending the PEN American Center’s decision to give its Freedom of Expression Courage Award to the French satirical magazine… 25 more words

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A New Bible for Scholars of King Faisal I

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By Sami Moubayed

The revolt turned civil war has held all Syrians by the throat since 2011. Entire cities have been pounded to dust. 44 more words

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5 (Absolutely Common) Thoughts Which May Distract a Female Freelance Writer Working In a Café

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By Eva Barros Campelli

I am a budding freelance writer. This obviously means that, like many other aspiring writers out there, I work as a cloakroom attendant at a nightclub on weekends just to pay the bills, and I live in a house that I share with some total strangers. 18 more words

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The Freshman Year English Teacher Who Showed Me A New Way to Read

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By Bryan Hogg

I’ll never forget the first day of freshman year English. Since it was our first day of high school, most of the teachers spent the class period introducing themselves, their respective subjects, and making sure that we were acquainted and comfortable with our new surroundings. 18 more words

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Signed and Sealed Away!

Signed and Sealed Away!

Two long years of continuous agony, my heart curdled away. It was bitter Lord, bitter enough to choke on my own tears. 556 more words

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