Peace poem by Montessori preschoolers

September 21, 2015
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What is peace? By Iris Room children in Wheeling, IL Peace is loving Peace is hugging Sitting nicely on the line Being quiet, sharing pictures Thinking everything is fine Writing books and riding horses, Singing songs and planting seeds Giving flowers and presents Shaking hands and filling needs Helping people could be peaceful Only...

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Pay it Forward – You Try

September 6, 2015
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Paying for someone at the tall or at Starbucks are the most simple examples of acts of random kindness also known as “paying it forward”. This idea started probably back in 2000 when the movie with such name came out. In the recent years I have heard many people retelling experiences of random strangers...

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Anti-vaccine doctor Dr. Jeffrey Bradstreet, M.D. dies under mysterious circumstances

August 6, 2015
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According to CBS, Dr. Jeffrey Bradstreet, M.D, an anti-vaccine advocate died in June 2015. His body was found in the river along with the gun. The local sherif ruled his death as apparent suicide. His family is not so convinced. They are raising funds to conduct a “very complicated investigation involving many people and...

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The ugly face of foreclosure, a house destroyed by bank

July 23, 2015
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According to realty track, one in every thousand houses in the U.S. is in foreclosure. Many sources report a foreclosure decline in the recent years. But those numbers rarely mean much until you put a face to it, a house that once was a home. A beautiful home. That was until the bank repossessed...

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Long Grove Chocolate Fest Is a Huge Disappoinment

May 17, 2015
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Long Grove Chocolate Fest Is a Huge Disappoinment

The Long Grove Chocolate Fest has always been full of chocolate festivities, chocolate products and production done right before your eyes. This was not the case this year, it was more like a merchant fest. The organizers decided to make a few changes, which lead to big disappointments by the attendees. First of all,...

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Two Gringos in Panama and The Pirate Islands.

May 13, 2015
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The adventures of two Americans on the isthmus of Panama. March 2015. True story. If you are heading to Panama, there are a few things you should prepare for: mosquitos, garbage, tolls, hot weather with certain scarceness of a/c and very little beaches. People in general are very friendly, they are eager to help...

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