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January 16, 2021
I just finished reading Anne Frank: The diary of a young girl. I cant be more emotional after reading the whole book *with the afterword. I cant even explain the feeling when I reached the end of her diary like ‘oh my god, mao na to iyang last words???’. It’s not like its hanging, its just like it was so calm, that i cannot expect it would be her last.
After figuring out what happened to her family as written on the afterword, I’m plain and parang wa nakoy na bati. Im feeling empty and feeling sorry. How can people be so bad.
Peter and most of the people were right about her, her optimism towards any circumstances could bright up the surrounding. As what she told on kitty, she has a two self, i do understand. It’s normal, we do have a personality that is open to others and a different personality that only us knows that includes all sadness, doubts and fears.
Anne may not have witnessed but indeed her dreams came true. To live even after death. And she became an inspiration of the young ones. May you rest in peace, anne and all of the people who suffered.
May all the young learn from her ideals and philosophies in life.
P.S. Im wanting to learn more about history! Great that I have two well friends to talk about this right now: ms Donna and Angcay!
Artist Colette Just Raised Enough Funds to Save ‘Living Environment’
A shot of ‘Living Environment’ (1972-83) by Colette. Courtesy of Collette
These days, it’s absolutely the case that good news in the arts and cultural world is particularly hard to stumble upon, but the iconic 70’s New York artist Colette has managed to pull through. In just over a month, Colette managed to raise enough money via Kickstarter to save one of her most famous works from destruction:…
BOSS IS ALWAYS RIGHT
I am giving him too much credit. And he will never let me forget this. In every future confrontation of ours, he will bring this up. Knowing the risk, I am still narrating this small incident of my life. (Maybe I won’t show it to him)
A couple of years back my husband started his own company and I started working with him. (I am telling you not a good idea). I will give you a brief background…
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Bristol Assisted Living Center Avoids COVID Cases and Receives First Doses of Vaccine – Lovebylife News
It’s a festive day at the Shady Oaks Auxiliary Residence Center, as the light at the end of the tunnel comes in the Pfizer vaccine and appears in place for all residents and workers.
“To me, the vaccine is the vaccine of freedom. So we get rid of this dangerous danger, it’s just not going to be as bad as we’ve been afraid of all year,” said owner Tyson Belanger. Shady Oaks Director.
Yes, Neanderthals and humans had cave sex — but did they kiss?
Did they use cro magnum?
It is known that the first humans were attached to Neanderthals. This week, however, the researchers revealed some delicious details of these interspecific sex sessions, including kissing, flirting, and even contagion.
“When you kiss someone, the germs go back and forth between your mouths,” said Laura Weich, an anthropologist at Pennsylvania State…
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How many nights have I lain here like this, feverish with plans,
with fears, with the last sentence someone spoke, still trying to
a conversation already over? How many nights were wasted
in not sleeping, how many in sleep—I don’t know
how many hungers there are, how much radiance or salt, how
the world breaks apart, disintegrates to nothing and starts up
in the course of an ordinary hour.
-Kim Addonizio from the poem The Numbers | Tell Me