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The realization that little, everyday things need to be noticed. Appreciated. Celebrated. Silence is a common thing. But silence is a glorious thing I never appreciated until I didn’t have it. So I got to thinking … what other common, glorious things can we say a prayer of thanks for today? - Lysa TerKeurst

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You can make up your own LaCroix flavor with this online generator

The script of Parks and Recreation gives a support to strong female leads such as the show's main character, Leslie Knope, who in one season runs for city council. http://www.about-face.org/nbcs-parks-and-recreation-promotes-feminism-for-everyone/#.UW-SrrQ1AzU

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This is the website of the National Day Calendar. Shows what "national" day it is for every day of the year.

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The First Day of School Around the World

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This is becoming an ever increasing problem in modern society but if we were to slow down and spend time thoughtfully reflecting, maybe our eyes would open and we would be more effective in creating social change.

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​ Copyright Basics for Artists

Learn copyright basics for artists—Know how to protect your art, and what to do if someone copies your work. This guest post today by Jackie Jade of Jade and Oak is a must-read!

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Today in Black History Gregory Hines was born

Gregory Hines - What a smile! Birth Name: Gregory Oliver Hines... Born: 14 February 1946 Died: 9 August 2003 What an amazing entertainer you were. One of the greatest tap dancers to ever live.

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Human Rights Day is celebrated annually across the world on 10 December. The date was chosen to honor the United Nations General Assembly's adoption and proclamation, on 10 December 1948, of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), the first global enunciation of human rights and one of the first major achievements of the new United Nations.

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Liturgical abuses are a very serious problem, and yet Mass is Mass. Why do some of us in the Latin Rite bicker so much about our liturgical preferences when others around the world have no Mass at all, or risk their lives to go to Mass? Why do we think that we can trivialize the celebration of the Mass when others around the world and over the centuries risked their lives for it?

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