Guest post by Sandip Goswami, author of Epic of Time The word ‘bread’ is used here in the general sense of material food, the food we eat. Next to air and water, it is the most important thing for life. A person may live without it for some time; but after that he will surely […]

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The unfortunate Arabs

8 December 2015

Guest post by Sheeraz Khan, author of The World Is In Me First thing what comes to my mind when I think of Arab world is Dubai or Kuwait. What it would be like going to a place where the definition of Heaven on Earth defines. Where an average citizen not only drives in Ferrari […]

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The Road to Illness

8 December 2015

Guest post by Andrew James Archer, author of Pleading Insanity I think one of the main reasons American’s mental health is so impoverished has to do with the dominant perception on “mental illness” being similar to physical diseases or infections. We are culturally dependent on psychotropic medications partially due to viewing “mental illness” as an […]

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Rant on Greed

8 December 2015

Guest post by Frank Heiberger, author of The Feud Mahatma Gandhi spoke one of the greatest truisms when he said, “Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed.” Absolute power corrupts absolutely as the love of wielding power overwhelms any prior altruism in a person. An allegory exists for wealth […]

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Guest post by Nancy Pilling, author of With This In Mind It is said that enough food is produced daily that the world’s population could be fed a few times over. The statistics of how much food is actually thrown out daily in North America alone is staggering. I have been guilty of this as […]

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Making a Difference

8 December 2015

Guest post by Victoria Randall, author of City of Hidden Children My new hero is Manoj Bhargava, the founder of 5-Hour Energy, who has pledged to give 99 percent of his $4 billion net worth to charity. But he’s not just tossing money at the poor to help them. He has decided to make a […]

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