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    Are You Aware Of These Safety Tips For Easy Relocation?

    Moving is not only stressful but is dangerous as well. It is not only time taking but exhausting as well and when it combines with lifting heavy objects and packing sharp objects like knives, it leads to serious injuries easily. You need to be careful while packing and loading your items on the moving truck. […] More

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    Chain of Love

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    He was driving home one evening, on a two-lane country road. Work, in this small mid-western community, was almost as slow as his beat-up Pontiac. But he never quit looking. Ever since the Levis factory closed, he’d been unemployed, and with winter raging on, the chill had finally hit home. It was a lonely road. […] More

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    The Carpenter’s House

    An elderly carpenter was ready to retire. He told his employer-contractor of his plans to leave the house building business and live a more leisurely life with his wife enjoying his extended family. He would miss the paycheck, but he needed to retire. They could get by. The contractor was sorry to see his good […] More

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    How could ordinary men be capable of such evil? The last Nazi prosecutor has the answer

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    Former Nuremberg prosecutor Ben Ferencz explains how the Holocaust was possible. In an interview with the last living Nuremberg prosecutor, 97-year-old Ben Ferencz, Sixty Minutes’ Leslie Stahl asked him a question that gets to the heart of what is so unfathomable about the Holocaust: How could ordinary people commit such extraordinary evil? “Did you meet […] More

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    One Good Honest Friend

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    I am seated on a wood chair in the corner of this lovely local cafe, with an almond milk latte in front of me. The almond milk is a three-quarter up-charge that I gladly pay. Similarly to how some may view a glass of red wine as a healthy, life-giving delight, I regard my cup […] More

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    One Truth, Many Lies

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    I Know they have told you so much about me. But I’m still alive, so I won’t let their lies bury my shine. I will tell you the truth and everything that happened that Friday morning, maybe my story will inspire someone out there to believe in life again. My name is Earl and I […] More

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    I Sometimes Weep For My Country

    By Usiju * unedited I write to you, because I know there are thousands of people out there who still care about the survival of the human race. My name is Usiju, I am from Musa, Askira – Uba, Adamawa State, Nigeria. On July 6, 2015, some men drove in to our village, they were […] More

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    Changing The World With Stories (Series 2)

    By Abel Udoekene This story was sent in by Melinda Graham (South Africa) but edited and re-arrange by our team “Yes, I can see it in your eyes” She tried to warn me. “But even when you are afraid, don’t forget to Live. My grandmother added. I tried to tell her that I wasn’t afraid […] More

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    The Day I Became A Dad

    Guy Le Jeune April 1, 1995, 2:00 a.m. Belfast was sleeping—no controlled explosions, no hoax bombs jamming the streets with weary commuters sick of ‘The Troubles.’ The delivery room was stifling—the window open, the radio playing quietly on the sill. We’d been in the maternity suite two other days before, Patricia’s contractions were coming at […] More