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By: Tim Mckeegan
A Background of the Jewish and Israeli Businesses in Los Angeles.(read entire article)
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By: Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Do you really want to be happy? Everyone says yes, but the gateway to happiness makes some of us frown. The gateway to happiness, is giving to others.(read entire article)
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By: Ben Franklin
Very few quilts are known to have been made by the Amish before the 1870s. Then over 15 years quilting became quite common. It is now considered commonplace and expected in the Amish community.(read entire article)
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By: David Parton
Your happiness counts. How can you share your happiness if you have none to share? You can't be happy if you put others happiness ahead of your own. You have to put yourself first in order to have the tools to affect change.(read entire article)
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By: Saleem Rana
What is the difference between something sensible and something nonsensical and why is it important to be able to distinguish between the two.(read entire article)
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By: Judi Lynn Lake
Today, most companies try to preserve some degree of cultural competence, accepting and understanding the value of cultural diversity in the work environment. Employers boasting policies of "equal opportunity" pervade our society. However, there is some e(read entire article)
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By: Michael Skye
Imagine one million Gandhis stepping forward with vision and in unison as they take a stand for all of humanity! Through initiatives such as the emerging One Million Visionaries campaign, we can create a world that really works for everyone.(read entire article)
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By: Dana Smith
Don Knotts, Mayberry, and my hometown. Memories and comedy for you to lose yourselfe in.(read entire article)
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By: Andrew Denyer
One of the hidden gems of the Second World War is the story of how local volunteers watching the skies above England, Scotland and Wales helped saved many lives and brought about a change of fortune for the beleagured RAF.(read entire article)
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