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"A good life" by Dave Walli. Made with #Bazaart -

An anthropologist put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told the children of an African tribe that whoever got there first won the sweet fruits. When he told them to run, they all took each others hands and ran together, then sat together enjoying their treats. When he asked them why they had run like that when one could have had all the fruits for himself they said, "Ubuntu, how can one of us be happy if all the other ones are sad?" Ubuntu in the Xhosa culture means "I am because we are."

Where does the red brick road go??

30 Questions to ask your! One Pinner said: We were laughing through our entire meal and learned so much about our childhoods. Highly recommend! 30 questions to ask your spouse. I would pick a question then he would answer it then I would answer it. Then he would pick a question etc. This would be fun for long drives

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How to Pack: Step 1. Check the weather and the cultural expectations – this one is obvious, you want to know what type of clothes you'll need. Obviously you need more clothes for travel to colder destinations. Add jackets, tights, hats and boots as required. Its also useful to do a Google search and check whether your destination will be a place you can wear skimpier outfits or somewhere you should be covered up. There’s nothing worse than arriving somewhere and feeling like the unfortunate ...

The Songs We Wrote for 9/11.......Tom Brokaw quote from Parade Magazine. "My heart sinks again as I am pulled back to that long day of violence and terror, death, confusion, grief and rage. The hole in the skyline is symbolic of the hole in our lives, that moment that took so many of our fellow citizens to their death, plunged otheres into alifetime of loss and bewilderment, and blasted all of us out of our comfort zones."