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Culture Wars: Between Lovers

From Louella T Chapman “Imagine there’s no heaven, it’s easy if you try No hell below us, above us only sky Imagine all the people, living life in peace… Imagine there’s no countries, it isn’t hard to do Nothing to kill or die for, and no religion too Imagine all the people, living life in…

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Racism Vs. Self-Hatred

From Annemarie Musawale The cradle of humanity is said to be right here in Kenya, represented by 1.6million year old ‘Turkana Boy’ discovered twenty years ago by Richard Leakey and his team of anthropologists. In the intervening years since Turkana Boy walked the earth, humanity has dispersed and due to various reasons, both known and…

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Us and Them

From Fazli Sameer Human beings, across the globe, have a great tendency to immerse themselves in stereotyping others, based on preconceived thoughts and ideas that have been inculcated in their minds since birth. This, then, becomes the root of prejudice, discrimination, abuse, oppression, jealousy, and hatred. Our species is one. We belong to the human…

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No Love for China’s Educated Chinese Women

From John Abbot In Shanghai’s People’s Park, outdoor marriage markets are held regularly; in fact, such events are common in many other parks all over China. Chinese singles, as well as parents of Chinese singles, flock to these markets to browse through and put up resumes, hung up on clothes lines and which wave in…

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Dr. Romance on Relationships 101: Do Opposites Attract?

From Tina Tessina Dr. Romance writes: It seems logical that like would attract like, but in my private practice as a marriage counselor and psychotherapist, I often see people drawn to their opposite because it’s new and exciting. However, what’s exciting in the newness of romance often becomes unbearable in the constant contact of a…

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