Part Two

25 Apr 19
Time to Own - Up, Open - Up and Talk Mental Illness

Caveat: akhilvaani started came into being in 2017 as a considered response to removal of stigma around Mental Illness. It is  also a decisive platform which aims to create awareness by encouraging sufferers, care givers and other stakeholders to Own Up, Open Up and Talk Mental Illness. akhilvaani through the non invasive source of e-mail […]

25 Apr 19
Excellenceworksofthepen

A beautiful bright day it was. On my way to my workstation was I  And in my usual behavior, Walking past this young lady who is above me in the degree cadre standard, A greeting I sound whilst bowing And with a smile, She grabs it in a flash. While we are just about to […]

25 Apr 19
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25 Apr 19
Vanessa's Blog

1. ANALYZE THE DISCUSSION PROMPT The first step to writing an academic paper is to analyze the discussion prompt. Identifying exactly your professor’s expectations could be very helpful when framing your essay and it ensures that you fulfill all the goals of the assignment. Search for keywords that indicate the type of essay your professor […]

25 Apr 19
Glamira.com

A wedding is like two souls with a single thought and two heart but beating as one. A wedding is the most perfect and important occasion for everyone. The vows said by the priest or personally written mean a lot. The butterflies in the stomach from start to end of the ceremony, bring a smile […]

25 Apr 19
KolkataFusion

The nannies who take care of a baby can be of various categories, – full time-stay in nanny, part time nannies working for a few days of a week, or day nannies working for 10-11 hours everyday. Whichever category the nanny may belong to, the challenge lies in choosing the perfect one with whom your […]

25 Apr 19
What Have I Learnt?

23.4. After a long Easter weekend, it was a relaxing ICT lesson. As students are already working on their individual projects, I had planned to continue with the feedback session related to their scratch project. I also thought to discuss with them in general their likes and the struggles specific to ICT lessons. What they […]

25 Apr 19
Team Common Ground

We are investigating the challenges of multinational operations through the lens of US and ROK forces at the JSA. This week, we first seek to determine whether adding a process for US and ROK personnel to provide feedback about collaboration breakdowns during daily operations would be useful. If such a process could be implemented, we […]

25 Apr 19
fashnfist♥️

Located in the eastern part of Dehli, Humayun’s tomb is one of the best preserved Mughal monuments.  This spellbinding mausoleum is the first example of Mughal architecture in India. After a century from its construction Humayun’s tomb inspired the construction of the more famous Taj Mahal. The mausoleum stands on a massive platform which has […]

25 Apr 19
World Site News

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former Vice President Joe Biden, a moderate Democrat who has made his appeal to the disaffected working-class voters who deserted the party in 2016 a key part of his political identity, is set to launch his third run for the White House on Thursday. FILE PHOTO: Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden,…

25 Apr 19
business development

Recycled Polyester Staple Fibre (PSF) is a synthetic fiber made from used PET bottles. These fibers are also used for making geo textile and spinning yarn. Since PET bottles are basically non-biodegradable, it was very challenging to settle them. Therefore, a new technology has developed which helps in the consumption of PET bottles for the […]

25 Apr 19
DownPour

So, life is hard for me. So I’mma just start with a nice idea to counter my title being so negative. The classic click-bait trope of, negative title, with a softer underbelly of detail. My nice thing though. I am a diligently caring and nice person, so *looks to invisible audience* please feel safe to […]

25 Apr 19
Noble Soul of a Chinese Adoptee

The New Age of DNA So this is part 3, a compilation of all of the different real life stories I have heard and read from adoptees who have found their birthparents via DNA and a finder, or from those who have travelled to China and have talked with birthparents there. It’s not comprehensive, and […]

25 Apr 19
Clarifying Catholicism: Defenders of Faith

The following is an essay regarding comparative religions, which was required to be posted to a blog for a college project in a Theology course. Its subject matter addresses a prompt on Christian Science. Clarifying Catholicism does not endorse the beliefs of other faiths. However, it is important to learn about them through the lens […]

25 Apr 19
The Creative Imperatrix

10 years ago my journey took a turn, I did not expect. I had been out photographing for fun in the mountains because somehow it helped me capture how the mountains made me feel and I needed to keep that with me. At the time I was meeting with a couple of female friends to […]

25 Apr 19
Boston Herald
While most other presidential candidates of the Democratic kind are tiptoeing around the question of impeachment proceedings against you know who, Sen. Elizabeth Warren says he is definitely guilty of high crimes, including collusion with the Russians or something an awful lot like it. Therefore, she tells us, the House must get going and act against this worst of all presidents who received bountiful help in the 2016 election from Russia and then told his fellow Putin admirers to keep it coming. I did not know this Harvard law school professor had bought a Sherlock Holmes hat and was out investigating for two years at the same time as special counsel Robert Mueller and his team and actually found out more about collusion than they did. But maybe not evidence is motivating her. The thing is, she has not been getting a lot of attention, donations or support in the polls. This should help. I know, I know, that’s cynical and a guess, but impeachment proceedings would be nothing more than chaos afflicting us all, seeing as how our legislators can’t chew gum, act out tragedies and pass important bills at the same time. The fire and fury would likely come to nothing, even with phony obstruction charges being front and center, because the Republicans, who constitute a majority in the Senate, would not produce the two-thirds vote necessary for eviction. This issue tells us just part of the Warren story, however. For instance, she does not seem to grasp the importance of our overwhelming debt and the interest that has to be paid yearly and is working its way to being equal to all revenue. Spending is the chief culprit of what bipartisan experts say could be a massively destructive crisis, and note for starters that Warren is for the Green New Deal. Here is a plan that would do away with fossil fuels, make everyone buy electric cars to replace what they have, require inspection of every building in America, incentivize more family farming and probably make it necessary for everyone to invest in candles. Renewable fuels just won’t get the job done, and even if they did, we are talking about spending elusive trillions and about upheaval that could well be worse than the Great Depression. Other spending ambitions? Tens of millions of voters will love Warren for getting rid of $640 billion of the $1.5 trillion student loan debt by just possibly making it part of the national debt. She also figures on making two-year and four-year public colleges free if you can’t afford the tuition. She backs a Medicare for All plan that would do away with private insurance companies and lower medical fees enough to degrade care enormously. The cost would still be about $32 trillion over 10 years, it’s estimated. Warren does have a plan to pay for all of this. She wants an “ultra-millionaire” 2 percent wealth tax on assets over $50 million of the richest Americans (not a lot of voters) and more than that if they have more than a billion hanging around. She also wants high estate taxes for such people, not getting it that taking money out of the private economy for government to spend ends up in less investment and sales and with fewer jobs and lower wages. If the money were being raised to pay down the debt, I could applaud. In my own mind, I have impeached Warren as a candidate, but if you believe in fiscally imprudent, authoritarian big government and destitution, vote for her. Jay Ambrose is a syndicated columnist.