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By Ed Ward
After a Jewish man dies in 1996, his Catholic friend in Paris makes an unusual request in 2015.
This essay discusses my thoughts on morality, kindness, and understanding the world around us.
By Margaret Welwood
This fantasy tale for children between the ages of four and eight asks two questions. First, â€œHow would a small townâ€”well-ordered and supremely manicuredâ€”look after invasion by a horde of pink slippered â€˜Slicers and Dicersâ€™ who cause the townspeople to hide all...
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By Ve Ri Tas
God particles are at work from the beginning of our universe and humanity some people call them Higgs particle we call them light of knowledge in the language of Rabi. Nature is the pipeline to understand beautiful miracles that unfolds every morning a fresh begging based of physics, chemistry...
By Guardavoir Remark
This is a story about a girl named Alora. She has a pretty bright future, being the queen's daughter but a horrible turn of events happens when she goes to have her fortune told.
Nick Thomas. 2006 (Sundowners at Mouille Point Cape Town after watching a performance of 'Swan Lake' ballet.)
Dopamine in Parkinsonâ€™s disease
By Jane Conner
some strong language - I got basis for this from a guy on tumblr (trying-to-resonate-concrete), and speaking because I notice sometimes people on here get unnecessary hate (you are all brilliant, because you TRY and you WILL improve, always) and this is for them
Temptations abound in this world. But we, having been granted free moral agency, decide the final outcome.
This is a Skyrim fanfiction I wrote called "Courage and Kindness". I'm actually just writing this as an ongoing story for my own encouragment and study, so I'm not sure how long it will go or how it will end. Still, I am giving you the opportunity to read it if you're interested. The main...
Sometimes words aren't enough to ease the pain or sadness that one's suffering. Sometimes, simply being there - in silence - is already a comfort for them. Your presence says you're there to lend a hand.
By Arturon Gillespie
Of all that exists, truth and reality are the most malleable
Miscellaneous | Updated Jun 12, 2014 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
Â© Copyright of lizzie1124 This poem is made for my grandma. She's the best grandma ever! I made this for her birthday and I hope she loves it. She is now up in heaven watching over me.
By Marie Dei
A little girl feels sad and a kind stranger finds a way to comfort her.
By Debasis Bar
This is first poetry written by myself...
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