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Alao 1h
"Today’s leaders chose austerity over investment — [impoverishment, ruin, and collapse, over prosperity, democracy, and abundance]. It’s vital to understand that all this is a choice — not some kind of natural constraint". | Umair Haque
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The Happy Medium®️ Jodi Livon 2h
Way to go ! "She liked being alone in her house. Why did Ellie feel like she wasn’t? What do you say to your kids when they say they see, hear, smell, feel … something? Who's in Your House?"
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Ronke Lawal 45m
‘Passengers treat me like a therapist’: the cabbie, the hairdresser and others on the secrets they get told
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Bea Tyszkiewicz 8h
Oh YES. “...Nothing excites me more than a journey where the destination is organic and unfixed.” Sue Perkins
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Alao 1h
Grudges against the U.S. or true issues for every thinking mind. Mind blowing. “How Austerity Ripped the World Apart” by umair haque
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Wild Atlantic Wisdom 1m
Ancient Aliens in a Modern Story. Check out The Wisdom Of Secrets. Perfect for the Christmas Holiday Read.
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Jen 2h
I can't believe this is ' debut novel! More like this, please, Mr. Michaelides.
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Ted Bishop Dec 9
writes a "must read" in today's on the great James Dean from Fairmount, IN. We were married 43 years ago in the same church that held his funeral in 1955- Fairmount Friends.
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MikeMikeAndOscar Nov 29
Here's a quote I wanna analyze throughout ... "Studio executives and veteran insiders say that newer, younger Academy members are more open to commercial fare. And most are invested in saving the Oscars from oblivion."
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Andy Searby Oct 18
just reading Parrish times on holiday and getting funny looks I’m laughing that much
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Digital Book Girl Dec 7
Replying to @radgirlbook
Looks like a for children! 😀👍
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Charles Heath Author 8h
“Spies, for want of a better name, have a limited shelf life. They just do not grow old and die of natural causes.” It was an appalling thought but not one that registered until the ‘accident’ Then, life got interesting
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Brianna Belland 16h
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ClaudiaC Dec 5
"You're so focused on what you might lose that you forgot what you might gain. This is your life--your short human life. Why not make it magnificent?" Heather Lipson in Denver Cereal
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WritersPayItForward📚 3h
New ebook box set! 3 stories about a selfhelp book junky's quest to get through , dodging the darts of along the way.
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MrsQueenEnglish Dec 5
"All students are walking around in the current world; they are exposed to more sources of information than ever before. We're flooded with information, and it consequently becomes more urgent to put that information in context." Relevant across the board.
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haykellz Oct 23
Shook one anxiety playing tricks on me is 🔥 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 I’m halfway through it.
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Book Exposition💝📚 13h
Nicholas was discounted as severely disabled by all the professionals during his early school years. Last year he earned his Ph.D in Mathematics from Oxford. 📘
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Effrosyni Moschoudi 4h
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Mr. Happy Work Nov 22
Practicing positivity is a great way to make those dreary days that life throws at you all the better. I love this article by about some wonderful and effective ways you can practice positivity in your life. Check it out!
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