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We British love our specialist interest groups

Originally posted on Lightwater:
Perhaps I should join the Surrey Industrial History Group, as I seem to be attending all of their 43rd evening lecture series this year. Too lazy to complete the application form, probably. This week’s lecture was Paper and Making it by Machine by Phil Crockett, Treasurer of the British Association of… Continue reading

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I Want To Hear From You!

Originally posted on A New View!:
So one of my goals here is to hear from other people, to get a new view! So please, leave a personal story in the comments, or email it to me. I’d love to get to know you all better. -Geovanni Angelica Continue reading

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WordPress – The Final Frontier

Originally posted on mtaggartwriter:
Occasionally I receive emails from fellow bloggers. I find it heartwarming. When I nearly lost Megan, a number of you reached out to me. The support I was given by my peers within this WordPress platform was touching and I needed it. I have no choice but to write. If I… Continue reading

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Don’t Judge My Title

Originally posted on Pins for the Wins:
I am usually compelled to write. Something will happen in my daily life, a news article or a debate will spark my attention, I will try out a new recipe, or find some awesome life hack and I will want to share it. Today though I am compelled… Continue reading

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Should Love Always Feel Good?

Originally posted on Endless Dreamer 360:
We have become conscious that to claim this higher level of consciousness means that we must “see,” or more accurately BE love…NO MATTER WHAT! We must BE loved when it comes to our thoughts, of every person of our past, and not just the one conveniently in front of us… Continue reading

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Why it’s okay to let go of people as you grow

Originally posted on Tales of the Twenty-Somethings:
I’ll be the first to admit that change is something I find difficult. Perhaps the fact that I’ve known most of my best friends for over a decade (and I’ve become so used to their constant support, advice and friendship in that time) plays a role in this.… Continue reading

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How to be a focused listener?

Originally posted on Musings of a Curious Indian:
Let me start by sharing a personal experience. A few years back, I went to a reputed software company for an interview. The first couple of rounds of discussions went very well and I felt invigorated from interacting with people who were knowledgable and forward looking. Disaster… Continue reading

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Why no one will ever listen

Originally posted on Worthy:
Have you ever felt that you are unheard? Have you ever tried to express yourself but no one seems to be listening or paying attention? Have you ever felt that you are talking to a wall? Have you ever felt that you are screaming at the top of your lungs but… Continue reading

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