Monthly Archives: April 2020

Ways of Overcoming Loneliness — Successful Lifestyle Blog

In an overcrowded world, where billions of people are in close connectivity with each other through print or electronic media, it seems paradoxical that loneliness has become a rapidly growing malady of the 21st century. 1,014 more words via Ways of … Continue reading

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Disenfranchised Grief and Depression — Successful Lifestyle Blog

Disenfranchised grief is grief experienced by an individual that is not openly acknowledged, socially validated or publicly observed. The loss experienced is real, but survivors are not accorded the “right to grieve” by anyone around them. 489 more words via Disenfranchised … Continue reading

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The 16th Century Entrepreneur Who Created the Concept of the Taxi — Successful Lifestyle Blog

The 16th century was a time of amazing transformation in Europe. The Dark Ages were gone, the Black Plague had run it course and Middle Age fears and superstitions were slowly disappearing. 723 more words via The 16th Century Entrepreneur Who … Continue reading

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The Mimosa By The Tracks, by Rudra Vaidya

Maybe it was protected, By the defence mechanism it had devised. Or maybe it wasn’t protected, And just grew ill advised. Every time the train thunders past, It wilts with all it’s might It’s not surrender, it’s not defeat, This … Continue reading

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Outside My Window, by Vivian Zems

the tv has been cruel to me lately, with more and more bad news about the numberless souls who have departed in droves in torrents leaving behind a deluge of grief and sorrow Pushing the living into an abyss of … Continue reading

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Not a king, by Yamini Rana

I’ve pulled, I’ve held, I’ve been the lead. With no vices, and no dices, Benevolence, I bleed. For I need no bling, as I am no king. For I break and make, and weave worthy kings! Call me right hand, … Continue reading

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Where do we go from here? The Covid Diaries, by Nichole McIntosh

#TheHealingArtOfPoetry Monday Morning Musings of a Healing Arts Practitioner. Where do we go from here? As talk now turns to what we do next. We cannot help but ponder what is best. Ease up the restrictions too early to boost … Continue reading

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