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Why do birds migrate around the world?

Man has been fascinated by the migration of birds since the very beginning of history. The migration of birds is the movement of birds south in the autumn and north in the spring, or moving from lowlands to highlands, or from inland to the coast. Some birds migrate to warmer climates because they couldn’t survive…
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How does a space shuttle reach space?

Rockets are actually a very old idea. The Chinese invented them and used them as fireworks more than 800 years ago! Rockets then became known in Indian and Arabian countries. The first record of them in Western Europe was in AD 1256. All space flight depends on the use of rockets that burn enormous amounts…
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Looking for the right one

If every man says he is different and not like the rest; but at the end, they all behave indifferent. If every girl thinks she is special; but at the end, they blame guys for not making them feel special. So every girl says, “all men are the same”, but I wonder how many men…
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COVID-19: We shall fight through

You are not alone in this world, You’re not the only one with worries and trouble. This heat has got us all. The pressure is everywhere. Majority of us are depressed, But contracting the virus Will end up killing us Giving up is not the solution. We have come this far, We can’t just give…
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Cabin Biscuit Motivation

Last night I bought a pack of Cabin Biscuit. As I open the pack, I saw the three long rows of biscuits as usual. My mind went back to the days when I used to sneak into my mom’s room to “steal” some pieces of biscuit. After picking some, I will scatter the straight lines…
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If love is war, where would I find peace?

I want to pretend it’s not true I don’t want to start another fire I don’t want to give my heart away to another stranger I have a heart and I have desires I guess these make up my heart desires However life is not fair Regardless I’ve no fear I still smile when I…
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Micheal McClure Dies at 87

Michael McClure, who at 22 helped usher in the Beat movement as part of a famed poetry reading at the Six Gallery in San Francisco, then went on to a long and varied career as a poet, playwright, novelist and lyricist, died on Monday at his home in Oakland, Calif. He was 87. His wife,…
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Don’t be a victim of these 10 coronavirus online scams

Internet fraudsters like in many other businesses will love to seek the vulnerability of humans in desperate times to accumulate wealth. It is no gainsay that internet fraudsters have had to re-strategize their efforts at this time. Here are ten most common online scams you should expect at this time. They are not new, but…
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Still I rise – Maya Angelou

You may shoot me with your words,
You may cut me with your eyes,
You may kill me with your hatefulness,
But still, like air, I’ll rise.

all the world is a stage

All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely players:
They have their exits and their entrances;
And one man in his time plays many parts

The poor relationship’s story

He was very reluctant to take precedence of so many respected members of the family, by beginning the round of stories they were to relate as they sat in a goodly circle by the Christmas fire; and he modestly suggested that it would be more correct if “John our esteemed host” (whose health he begged…
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Music Is Everything

Music travels all around my body. Now I can say it’s living right through me. Listening to music puts me in a good mood; It makes me want to stand up and start to groove. Music can make me forget all of my pain. It brings out the sun when I can only see the…
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Fried food increases the risk of gestational diabetes in women

Fried food increases the risk of gestational diabetes in women. Gestational diabetes is a complication that can arise during pregnancy, and is characterized by abnormally high blood glucose during the pregnancy. A research carried out by Dr Cuilin Zhang and Wei Bao, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development shows that…
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Two Days [Short Story]

When we finally kissed, it was clear that it was our last. His lips pressed gently against mine. I felt that kind of wrenching in my heart, and as I turned and walked the other way, I could hear him packing the picnic back into his basket. It took some effort to shoo away the…
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Battle Stress With These 13 Tips

In moments of stress, breathe deeply, take a few minutes off and go for a walk or conjure a happy memory, or jot down your thoughts. If it’s overwhelming, go on a vacation or, at least, get a pedicure or massage. If you can’t do either, talk to a friend. Eat healthy and do exercise…
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COVID-19 and Humanity

Heal the world. Make it a better place for you and for me to thrive and to survive…and our own could be better, if we care enough for each other to make it a better place for you and for me.” – Micheal Jackson It is no more a news that COVID-19 has reached our…
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To Be schooled, Or to Be Educated?

Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to transform the world.” – Nelson Mandela I am thrilled to be penning this piece this moment, because it seems to me that we have find it so difficult to draw the curtain between being schooled and being educated. With my own level of understanding, I…
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How to make your own facemasks at home

Facemasks are becoming the in-thing as government all over are reopening their societies; so here is how to make facemasks. In China, Italy, and others countries, we have found more people wearing facemasks. But several medical persons have debunked that assumption that facemasks can guarantee protection from coronavirus. The masks you see in the news…
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The pain I carry

The only regret I have is having to live tomorrow, For my past is full of sorrow, I fought my battles so far away, For queen and country until that fateful day. Upon my return I was full of joy, I could not help it, but felt my heart glow. Never had God bestowed me…
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A summary of Williams Shakespeare’s books

Shakespeare was a prolific writer during the Elizabethan and Jacobean ages of British theatre (sometimes called the English Renaissance or the Early Modern Period). William Shakespeare was a renowned English poet, playwright, and actor born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon. His birthday is most commonly celebrated on 23 April (see When was Shakespeare born), which is…
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Being Brave At Night – A Poem by Edgar Guest

The other night ’bout two o’clock, or maybe it was three, An elephant with shining tusks came chasing after me. His trunk was wavin’ in the air an’ spoutin’ jets of steam An’ he was out to eat me up, but still I didn’t scream Or let him see that I was scared – a…
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3 heartbreak poems that will make your eyes wet by Frank Solanki

Have you ever been heartbroken? If yes, then you will relate with these 3 heartbreak poems well enough. If No, then these 3 heartbreak poems by Frank Solanki will cause you to tears.   STAY Why do you believe Everything that I say? When I asked you to leave I wanted you to stay  …
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Tips For Young Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Young and aspiring entrepreneurs should understand that starting a business is no longer the sole province of business veterans and boomers. Some of the world’s most exciting innovations and successful businesses — especially in the realms of technology and digital media, as well as emerging fields like clean energy — have come from the minds…
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What you should know about an entrepreneur?

There is a need to know about who an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship is like a roller coaster ride. The earlier you get familiar with the term entrepreneur, the better you know what it requires. Happiness and madness knock your door at the same time. Every motivational quote you have ever read about struggle, pain, blood, sweat,…
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Holy Sonnet: death, thou shalt die

Holy Sonnet #10 Death be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so; For those whom thou think’st thou dost overthrow Die not, poor death, nor yet canst thou kill me. From rest and sleep, which but thy pictures be, Much pleasure; then from thee much more must…
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Your kind of beauty

Authetic? What is that? This idea of being truly me… Often pretending to be like someone else, And being judged by what they see. Why make rules and standards? Why set the bar so high? To an unattainable image of beauty, Harder to reach than it is to fly. Who really needs that makeup? And…
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Losing Weight After Pregnancy

Achieving a healthy weight after pregnancy for women becomes a struggle. It is a tough job for a woman to take care of the newborn baby as well as herself also. But the losing weight after pregnancy is necessary and even beneficial for your future. Weight gain after pregnancy is called baby weight and many…
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Academic Grade is Not The Sole Determinant of How Fulfilled You can be Become

I failed in some subjects in exam, but my friend passed in all. Now, he is an engineer in Microsoft and I am the owner of Microsoft.” – Bill Gates   Let me make a disclaimer before getting to the point of my discussion: This write-up is not meant to demean the impacts of intelligence…
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What I Will Tell My Future Children

My dear children, In case i forget to, am too proud or too afraid or it is too late for me to tell you, I’d like you to read this from me….. ……from the mother who, if hasn’t done anything, has atleast tried Dear children, when you will enter this world, don’t be upset when…
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COVID-19: Tips to tackle sleepless nights during lockdown

Sleepless night is inevitable specifically in a state of anxiety and depression as brought upon us by COVID-19 and lockdown. Many will lose night sleep for various reasons such as fear of the unknown, lack of duties and boredom. “We’ve seen more people worried, more people with anxiety… and more insomnia,” says Seema Khosla, MD,…
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