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Moving through life’s assembly line

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From the time we are conceived until the moment we die, we are all products - moving through life's assembly line. (Public domain photo)

Love is often not entirely explainable and may seem quite random, and therein lies its power… to somehow stall the machine, though never quite break it.

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5 things I hate about Hong Kong

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A Hong Kong resident tells us why life for him in the hyped up city is far from fab.

“As a local, I was born and grew up here. Part of me always feels bewildered about the positive comments uttered from the mouths of tourists about this overcrowded city.”

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Women’s rights activist goes “Global Girls”

in Action/Philosophies by
Dirt road in Moshi, Tanzania. Photo: Catherine Davis

“I believe that it is not enough to simply sympathize with these women. We must take action. Voices that echo with passion and determination are the key to ending these rights violations.”

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6 randomly perfect moments in travel

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Watching the sunset over Florence with a random acquaintance is one of the perfect travel moments I remember. http://leipglo.com

Randomly perfect while perfectly random – travel moments that stayed with me through time.

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Death as a figment, life as tiny details

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Call it my own version of faith.

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I won’t be home for the holidays

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But perhaps I do wish I were rooted somewhere.

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