Day: May 8, 2021

PJ Masks Go to Space | Newton Star | 2021 Season 4 | PJ Masks Official

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Sealing and Healing

Develop. Inspire. Transform.

Photo by Anthony Intraversato on Unsplash

Trauma and pain
go together,
and as I sit here
and type this poem,
I’m reflecting upon
this person’s pain, and
all of the memories
that are the impetus for such
agony and drain.

The memories
are like splinters
in my heart,
and run deep, just like
a fracture in the earth,
which, in times of
great consternation
split wide open,
spilling forth
the earth’s contents
from it’s very core.

And,
just like our beautiful
Mother’s fractures,
these splinters of the heart,
widen with time,
until momentum enough
is created,
and everything comes
spilling forth.

Yet,
this truth does not
live in isolation
from the sealing
and healing
of those splinters of heart,
and fractures of earth,
which gather together
over time.

Acknowledging
their existence,
and filling them,
one and all,
with love and compassion
is a remedy
that I truly adore.

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Celebrate Mother’s Day with these Thoughtful Gifts!

Celebrate Mother’s Day with these Thoughtful Gifts!

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“Here’s to strong women: May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them.” –Unknown

I strongly feel every women is a Super Hero in my Book! While gifts are not expected to celebrate the motherhood, its definitely appreciated and preserved as a favorite memory!

As they say, it’s the thought that counts! But if you like to mark the occasion by showing it in the form of gift, here are some Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for you!

And, may I add, whatever you pick,

Wrap it in love!

Tag it with Affection!

Gift it with Adoration!

She deserves it!

1. Homemade Gifts:

First and foremost is always the Simple Homemade Gift which is liked by almost everyone!

(a) Butter flower Pea Tea

Butterfly Pea Flower Tea
Mothers day gifts

Everyone loves Tea. But this Butterfly pea sugar makes 2 beautiful and delicious teas. Its like 2 gifts in 1! Check out the ButterPea Flower…

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Book Review: In Deeper Waters (ARC)

Published April 20th 2021

Author:F.T. Lukens

A young prince must rely on a mysterious stranger to save him when he is kidnapped during his coming-of-age tour in this swoony adventure that isThe Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and VirtuemeetsPirates of the Caribbean.

Prince Tal has long awaited his coming-of-age tour. After spending most of his life cloistered behind palace walls as he learns to keep his forbidden magic secret, he can finally see his family’s kingdom for the first time. His first taste of adventure comes just two days into the journey, when their crew discovers a mysterious prisoner on a burning derelict vessel.

Tasked with watching over the prisoner, Tal is surprised to feel an intense connection with the roguish Athlen. So when Athlen leaps overboard and disappears, Tal feels responsible and heartbroken, knowing Athlen could not have survived in the open ocean.

That is, until Tal runs into…

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The ABC Book Challenge: U

The ABC Book Challenge: U

One Book More

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Hi there and happy Thursday! Today I’m back with the ABC Book Challenge where I highlight memorable reads and books on my TBR that start with the same letter. Today’s letter is U.

This is such a fun way to look back on all of the fabulous books I’ve read and to look ahead at books I’d like to read in the future! I found this one the hardest to narrow down. I’ve read a lot of great books that begin with the letter U. Let’s check them out!

I included links to Goodreads for each book, so, if you’re interested in learning more about a book, just click on the picture!


Memorable Books that Start with the Letter U:


Books on My TBR That Start with the Letter U:


Have you read any of these? Frankly, I was surprised I had so many! Which memorable books do you know…

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The myth of Ixion

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As I can remember, and learning Greek Mythology by Al (he was my teacher in every stuff), Prometheus was the one who got the punishment by being hanged on the mountain Caucasus, because of bringing fire to human, and his liver being eaten by an eagle.

The ancient Greek myth of Titan Prometheus and his punishment for deceiving Zeus and protecting mankind is known to most members of the scientific community who study hepatic diseases!!, Mainly because Prometheus’ liver was the target of torture. However, the myth of Prometheus is known and cherished by many, because, according to one version, Prometheus created the first man. The ancient poet Hesiod (8th century BC)  records that Prometheus twice tricked the gods. First, he offered mortals the best meat from a slaughtered cow and gave the fat and bones to the gods. Then…

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Tips for Writers: The Intersection of Conflict and Play

Mitch Teemley

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Guest Blog by Give Me Pen and Paper

This is the first time I’ve posted another writer in my Tips for Writers series, but I really wanted to share these insights by Abe Austin of Give me Pen and Paper with you.

Vectors: In mathematics we learn that one vector defines a single-dimensional space. Two vectors, however, can define a two-dimensional space: field, a landscape, an infinite blanket of ideas. And with three vectors we get a three-dimensional volume. Length and width are joined by depth, form and figure emerge, a complex structure that has to be considered from different perspectives to understand the whole.

This principle holds true when developing a story, as well. The genesis of most stories occurs when the writer’s mind finds an interesting connection of different vectors. Ideas that had seemed unrelated show a surprise connection, and as the mind…

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Oye! do you know

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Oye, do you know how hard it is?

Could you please tell your thoughts not to kill me? They are forcing my eyes to close and search you in every corner of the universe in the darkness

Oye, do you know how hard it is?

Your thoughts are killing me to feel you from every inch of me seperating from my silence, sooo nonsense

Oye, do you know how hard it is?

Your thoughts are ruling my heart and asking me to break my rules and restrictions to be your’s

Oye, do you know how hard it is?

Your thoughts are fluttering around me like butterflies while I am asleep, disturbing my dreams and dragging into reality

Oye, do you know how hard it is??

Your hell of thoughts aren’t giving me space to breath and asking me to walk along to the heaven holding my breath

Oye, do…

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Reflections Off The Moon

STORYTELLER

Nature’s best.

Lately, I’ve been waking up way too early. That would be fine, but the all seeing dog is ready to go. I haven’t even had a coffee and she’s waiting by the door. Since she’s usually right, out we go.

Sometimes, but not always, pictures like this result from our early morning walks. This picture was made on our return route so the sun is a little higher in the sky than something like a dawn picture.

I would have preferred not to have the power pole in the picture. I’ve pretty much given up on that idea because in New Orleans power lines are above ground. Most of the city is built on elastic soil of the swamps below. That’s why we lost power seemingly forever after Hurricane Katrina. Above ground power lines.

Now do you see my problem?

My ground is elastic. Time is elastic. My…

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A REMARK ABOUT NAVOI IN “HISTORY OF RASHIDI” /  A Scientific Article by Farangiz Siddikov

A REMARK ABOUT NAVOI IN “HISTORY OF RASHIDI” / A Scientific Article by Farangiz Siddikov

POETIC GALAXY ATUNIS

 
Farangiz Siddikova
 
Farangiz Siddikova is the author of several scientific and historical articles and researches. Her creative works and translations have been successfully published in American, Indonesian, African journals and magazines.
Farangiz is a winner of the International MUN and Volunteer Conferences and Forums.
She is a student of the philological faculty of the Uzbek State World Languages University. Participant of the final stage of the first reality show “Young Reader”, organized by the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan
 
 
A Scientific Article
 
A REMARK ABOUT NAVOI IN “HISTORY OF RASHIDI”
 
“History of Rashidi” was written in 1541-1546 by Mirza Muhammad Haydar Koragon ibn Mirzo Muhammad Husayn Kuragon in Persian in Kashmir. This work was translated into Turkish by Khoja Muhammad Sharif in 1837-1838. “History of Rashidi” deals with the political, socio-economic, cultural life of Central Asia in the XIV-XVI centuries, including Afghanistan and…

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