Don’t Go Hungry

Mama was the last and fourteenth child, born in rural Quebec in 1911. Although her father was a well-do-to land owner, he spent very little on his family. To put things in perspective: he was one of the first in the community to have a motor vehicle. He housed it…

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Complete

The day my first child was born my life changed. I had no idea that becoming a mother would change my life, shake it to the core. I finally felt whole and happy. As cliché as it sounds, I was complete. Four children and 13 years later I still feel…

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When Do You Need a Personal Injury Attorney?

At some point in your life, you may get hurt while doing your everyday activities. Maybe you’re involved in a car accident, you get injured due to a store’s negligence, or you slip and fall on someone’s property. We don’t know when an accident could happen. But when it does,…

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Is Banksy Helping or Hurting the Cause?

On March 1st, Reading’s residents woke to a mural of a prisoner in stripped garb escaping HM Prison Reading. While most were sure that the painting was the work of Banksy, it wasn’t until four days later that confirmation arrived via Instagram. The post consisted of a video that featured…

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Acquiring Empathy: There are No Shortcuts

Introduction to a Phenomenon Too Few Appreciate Full Measure On surface, even the psychologists and sociologists appear to get full meaning of one particular phenomenon only peripherally: empathy. Collectively, they come at it off-center. I say ‘phenomenon,’ not because its origins or explanations for its existence are somehow controversial. But…

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