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13 Things I Learned About Relationships - JustMyTypeMag

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Lithuania's and Ukraine's march against war//

Ukrainians and Lithuanians march together against war

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So true Albert

This is French combat photographer Catherine Leroy, photographed before taking off with the 173rd Airborne Brigade. At the age of 21, in 1966, boarded a plane to Laos en route to the battlefields of Vietnam. Armed only with her camera, her wits and a hundred dollars in her pocket she had the ambition to become a world renown combat photographer.During the time she covered the Vietnam War she shot some of the most iconic and brutal photographs to come out of the country. She was also wounded...

"I believe that health is a way of life that can be cultivated. The mission of The Tour de Farm is to spread ideas that promote healthy, vibrant and sustainable living by producing the story of this health pilgrimage." -Patricia Andrews // www.facebook.com/... & twitter.com/....

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Breast Cancer Awareness ♥

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World Trade Center, New York September, 21, 2001 — FEMA’s Urban Search and Rescue teams search for survivors amongst the wreckage of the World Trade Center while a rescue dog takes a needed break. (Andrea Booher / FEMA News Photo)

We can all Stop this from happening to another innocent animal again. Be Proactive and make a difference !!!

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A blog you should read. This woman is amazing as she fights cancer. And she's gorgeous.

Legendary AP war photographer Horst Faas, known for his dramatic pictures of people embroiled in the violence of the Vietnam War, has died. His work in Vietnam, where he was based for a decade, earned him his first Pulitzer Prize in 1965. He won a second Pulitzer in 1972 for pictures of torture and executions in Bangladesh.

Katie, is a 22 year old from Tennessee who is now living in Uganda as a foster mother to 13 beautiful little girls. Her story is amazing and her blog is so incredibly inspiring. I am typically not one to be interested in religious causes and especially not causes outside of the US but I cannot help but be drawn back to this story. Most people know I strongly support causes helping children in the US. Not because this is where I am from, but because there is so much hurt, pain, and suffering ...

$37 well spent. Do something!