Who will then be not attracted to have a white-collar job, to work in the office with a pretty good salary. A farmer does not have promotion. He does not have regular salary or has an income when his crops are devastated by a typhoon, flood, attached by pests and insects, drought, and so on. What he can expect is a minimal help from the government. He has to go to a loan shark to start anew.Continue Reading
Modesty is the virtue that respects the demands of shame in the realm of sexuality. Shame oftentimes seen as connected with evil, but it may be connected also to something good. For instance, Sex is good if it is done secretly. It is “good” for it promotes the well-being of a person; it builds intimate relationship and it is good because it is a sacred act of the lover and the beloved.Continue Reading
THERE is no other better place like home. It is always “home sweet home.” A home is the cradle of every individual person. Before anyone goes out, it is here that the first moment happens – the first word, the first step, the first stand, the first fall, the first laugh, the first cry, the first and many more.Continue Reading
Egypt is one of the ancient civilization in the world. Therefore, Egypt should be considered as a key country for cooperation. The Arabic from Egypt is the one, which is used as the standard Egyptian, like standard English.Continue Reading
Paliuli is known to the Hawaiian as the paradise of the gods, yet no human has ever found its location.Continue Reading
"Excerpt No. one from tract: Chinese Lore for Chinese-Hawaiians" ►This excerpt is part of a featured series printed in the Honolulu Star Bulletin Newspaper submitted by columnist, Clarice B. Taylor, in a titled series called "Tales about Hawaii" that dates from the latter 1950’s. I am simply retyping to retell these unique stories from this series of Hawaii history, culture and thinking.Continue Reading
The second week in January has been sort of rough in southeast Louisiana. We are water and that is what we are! Lakes, rivers, streams, canals, creeks, the Gulf, and the list goes on. Add a week of rain non-stop and everything becomes soaked, even you, if you live here that is.Continue Reading
This poem is about the unknown fears.Continue Reading
…and when I looked again, it was gone.Continue Reading
…and then, she was there.Continue Reading
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