Where Do These People Live



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“I find it so easy to forget / that I’m just a girl who is expected / to live / without thoughts.”

Opposing slavery in Cuba in the nineteenth century was dangerous. The most daring abolitionists were poets who veiled their work in metaphor. Of these, the boldest was Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda, nicknamed Tula. In passionate, accessible verses of her own, Engle evokes the voice of this book-loving feminist and abolitionist who bravely resisted an arranged marriage at the age of fourteen, and was ultimately courageous enough to fight against injustice. Historical notes, excerpts, and source notes round out this exceptional tribute.



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Budget 2015: what welfare changes did George Osborne announce, and what ... 07/08/15, via New Statesman

It hasn't been outlines what these vulnerable and hard cases are, but the clear danger of this policy is forcing young people to live with abusive parents/households they would prefer to escape for reasons of safety and wellbeing. Crisis, the homeless

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These people totally changed course to find happiness 07/09/15, via Today.com

Some dream of quitting their jobs and traveling across the country or sailing across the world. But too often, they tell themselves they have too many responsibilities—work, school, kids, aging parents. Yet, some people manage to live their dreams

These people will actually live on Mars

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBJwUIWtHZc

Five Britons have been shortlisted for a one-way trip to Mars as they hope to become the first humans to step foot on the Red Planet. Report by Claire Mewse.

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Where did all the good people go?

Where did all the good people go?

Published by AuthorHouse 2014

ISBN 9781491866696,1491866691
66 pages

Would it not put fear in your heart to know you could only talk to your mother or father through an interpreter? Wrong is wrong, and right is right! Most of us are guilty of wrong, but our story is not over. Some can walk upright and praise his name but still be sick in the spirit. I can only imagine the fear of knowing you can only talk to the Creator through an interpreter. I could not bring myself to bear witness to such an atrocity. Though I must admit, if that is what helps you to understand the blessings of heaven, then so be it. Love is love, no matter the language, and so shall hate be the same. No. It’s truly hard for them to see tomorrow’s sun shining through. They know at any moment the raft of Christ shall return. They must get as many soldiers as possible to fight for these...


Budget 2015: what welfare changes did George Osborne announce, and what ... - New Statesman

When the Chancellor stood up to make his speech about the Budget, most people watching were waiting for the welfare section. The government's toughest and most terrifying plan is to cut the welfare budget by £12bn, and ministers have left us (and, probably for a time, themselves) guessing about how specifically they will make these cuts. George Osborne gave us a pretty good idea in his Summer Budget announcement, and the new measures he has announced are overtly ideological. He referred to claiming benefits as a lifestyle choice ("the benefits system should not support lifestyles and rents that are not available to the taxpayers who pay for that system") and framed his benefits changes with the mantra: "The best route... – a slower pace of welfare cuts than pledged in the Tory manifesto. Here are his main welfare announcements:. A "youth obligation" for those aged 18-21 that says they must either earn or learn, rather than going straight onto benefits after finishing school. These young people will participate in an "intensive regime of support from day one" of their benefit claim", and after six months will be expected to apply for an apprenticeship or traineeship, gain work-based skills, or go on a mandatory work... Scrapping the automatic entitlement to housing benefit for 18-21 year olds (with exceptions for the vulnerable and "other hard cases"). It hasn't been outlines what these vulnerable and hard cases are, but the clear danger of this policy is forcing young people to live with abusive parents/households they would prefer to escape for reasons of safety and wellbeing. Crisis, the homeless charity, predicts that this suspension of housing benefit will result in an increase in homelessness. Its chief executive Jon Sparkes comments: "Under-25s already make up a third of homeless people and there is a real danger these changes could make things even worse. For many young people, living with their parents simply isn’t an option. New Employment and Support Allowance claimants in the will have their claims aligned with the Job Seekers' Allowance rate. The ESA is the benefit that replaced the Incapacity Benefit, and provides for people who are ill or disabled and unable to work. There are two categories: support, and work-related activity. The latter group is when you have regular assessments and are considered capable of work at some point in the future, or beginning to move into work immediately. Reducing ESA (WRAG) to the Job Seekers' rate is a 30 per cent cut, and will hit claimants who are unable to work. Restricting tax credits and Universal Credit to two children for families who have a third or subsequent child after April 2017. This is another measure that will hurt the poorest families. The children's charity, Children's Society, says: "The announcement to limit child tax credits to two children is effectively a two child policy for the poorest families. Here’s the full welfare section of George Osborne’s 2015 Budget speech: For Britain is home to 1% of the world’s population. and yet pays out 7% of the world’s welfare spending. Welfare spending is not sustainable and it crowds out spending on things like education and infrastructure that are vital to securing the real welfare of the people. capped benefits for out of work families. Universal Credit will transform the lives of those trapped in welfare dependency and deliver real social justice – it’s the result of the herculean efforts of my RHF the Work and Pensions Secretary. But to live within our means as a country and better protect spending on public services, we need to find at least a further £12 billion of welfare savings. First, the welfare system should always support the elderly, the vulnerable and disabled people. We will honour the commitments we made to uprate the state pension by the triple lock and protect the other pensioner benefits. In the last Parliament we increased payments to the most disabled people and we will not tax or means-test disability benefits.

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Where We Belong

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From New York Times bestselling author and beloved Today show co-anchor Hoda Kotb?inspiring stories of people who find their life?s purpose in unexpected ways, often surprising themselves and the ones they love most. Most of us wonder what we?re doing. We float around in the glass half-empty, gaze out into the world of possibilities, and wonder if we should get off of our raft and climb out. Maybe even today you asked yourself: Is it too late to do that thing that made me so happy when I was young? Could what matters most to me finally be the center of my life? Can I really trust this yearning voice in myhead and longing in my heart? Do I feel like I?m where I belong?In this incredible collection of stories, Hoda Kotb reveals individuals who reached a critical point in their lives to suddenly find they?re being pulled in a completely new direction. By following their passions, their gut, and their heart, these people learned their life purpose was utterly unlike what they?d planned. From the investment banker who became a minister after years of working in Manhattan, to the young woman from a blue-collar background whose passion took her to the Cordon Bleu, or the high-powered PR exec who found herself drawn to a pioneering residential community, the stories inWhere They Belong come from an array of ordinary individuals who have discovered the power of embracing change. Hoda also interviews celebrities, such as actress/producer Roma Downey, comedienne Margaret Cho, and boxer Laila Ali, who have all pursued their passions to find fulfillment. With examples of perseverance, self-reflection, and new attitudes on life, Where They Belong is a motivating and inspirational book at finding the right path for your personal journey.

$29.24

Where We Belong

Books


From New York Times bestselling author and beloved Today show co-anchor Hoda Kotb?inspiring stories of people who find their life?s purpose in unexpected ways, often surprising themselves and the ones they love most. Most of us wonder what we?re doing. We float around in the glass half-empty, gaze out into the world of possibilities, and wonder if we should get off of our raft and climb out. Maybe even today you asked yourself: Is it too late to do that thing that made me so happy when I was young? Could what matters most to me finally be the center of my life? Can I really trust this yearning voice in myhead and longing in my heart? Do I feel like I?m where I belong?In this incredible collection of stories, Hoda Kotb reveals individuals who reached a critical point in their lives to suddenly find they?re being pulled in a completely new direction. By following their passions, their gut, and their heart, these people learned their life purpose was utterly unlike what they?d planned. From the investment banker who became a minister after years of working in Manhattan, to the young woman from a blue-collar background whose passion took her to the Cordon Bleu, or the high-powered PR exec who found herself drawn to a pioneering residential community, the stories inWhere They Belong come from an array of ordinary individuals who have discovered the power of embracing change. Hoda also interviews celebrities, such as actress/producer Roma Downey, comedienne Margaret Cho, and boxer Laila Ali, who have all pursued their passions to find fulfillment. With examples of perseverance, self-reflection, and new attitudes on life, Where They Belong is a motivating and inspirational book at finding the right path for your personal journey.

$29.24

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Lincoln Nebraska - 07/10/15, via Daily Kos

6 AM Central Daylight Time, 10 July 2015, Lincoln Nebraska, 130 + years and many decades from where I live. I do not know these people. I do not want to know these people. I consider them to be unsafe to approach. Sad but true, 'nuff said. A tag is a way ...

LIVE! 2 dead in German drive-by shooting, gunman held - 07/10/15, via Rediff

A senior BJP leader commented that the event will in fact be an anti-Narendra Modi do as opposition parties converge. 16:02 2 dead in German drive-by shooting, gunman arrested: At least two people have ... appeal to Snapchat for live story in Mecca ...

Champagne guide: where to eat, drink and sleep in France's newest World Heritage Site - 07/10/15, via Daily Telegraph

These include Chatillon, birthplace of Urban II, 11th-century pope and man behind the first crusade. Overseeing the valley is the chap’s statue, about the size of 15 live popes ... Good champagne people have long worked hard. They still do, and with ...

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and the grace of God this could this be anyone of us. Thought I would do a change from my colorful sunrise shots to post this shot today, This is one thing that I never expected to see in NYC to be honest, people living and sleeping on the streets, I have seen it in many other countries I have been to but just didnt expect it here, This lady I have taken a shot of before and hadnt seen her over the winter months, but last week she was back in her normal spot. I was wondering after seeing her and capturing this where she had been, and have heard from others on another photoblog site I have that "A lot of states (including new york) have a "code blue" system in place for where it gets below a certain temperature. New york I think also has "safe haven" emergency shelters specifically for winter months and winter street walker teams to check on the homeless." and another comment was 'Alas...for many of these people it is so much more complex than just the...
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Petals, Toil and Business at Dadar’s Phulgalli [PHOTO 4] - The Lotus
Petals, Toil and Business at Dadar’s Phulgalli [PHOTO 4] - The Lotus
In this congregated mass of humanity there is colour so vibrant and aromas so powerful that it would match that of any perfumery in the world. Eyes drown in the colour and your nose in the fragrance of a million flowers all stacked in baskets in multitude. A kaleidoscope for your senses. Dadar Phulgalli [flower-lane] takes your traditional Bombay smells of sweat, toil, paint, iron and turns them into the smell of marigolds.. Wipe your brow and you find petals in addition to sweat Bombay’s entire economy is pinned around one ability- the ability to move its mammoth population from their suburban homes to their work places in the city. This is down to Bombay’s local train system with a miraculous efficiency; carrying millions of people each day. Where millions pass, commerce generally follows. I would describe it as a mobile mall. Each station has its bazaar and each bazaar its specialty. You just hop on to a train and simply sample the delights along the way, quite like a giant...
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Top 10 Ways to Get Attention on Flickr, All New, Fresh and Updated for 2010
Top 10 Ways to Get Attention on Flickr, All New, Fresh and Updated for 2010
"What is more pleasant than the benevolent notice other people take of us, what is more agreeable than their compassionate empathy? What inspires us more than addressing ears flushed with excitement, what captivates us more than exercising our own power of fascination? What is more thrilling than an entire hall of expectant eyes, what more overwhelming than applause surging up to us? What, lastly, equals the enchantment sparked off by the delighted attention we receive from those who profoundly delight ourselves? - Attention by other people is the most irresistible of drugs. To receive it outshines receiving any other kind of income. This is why glory surpasses power and why wealth is overshadowed by prominence." Caterina Fake, Co-founder of Flickr, 2005. Over the course of the past 4 years, about every 2 years or so I've written a blog post that has been one of my most popular entitled "Top 10 Ways to Get Attention on Flickr." It's been a few years, Flickr's...
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Alaskan Bush People': Where do these people really live?
Alaskan Bush People': Where do these people really live?
Do these exist in real life?? WHERE???
Do these exist in real life?? WHERE???
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  • HalfGhosts where do these people live that they are going to sleep at 7am atlantic??
  • _lostinthelight Where do all my painkillers go?! These people I live with are so good at finding all my hiding spots.

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