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More than a poem

Between roses and the dead, Inter rosae et mori, is the title of the new book by Ramina Herrera, a poet, writer and businesswoman born in Luya, Amazonas, Peru, who lives in Cajamarca, a city located in the...

Apologize or forgive?

I love to write, but lately I don't stop to think too much; that which I also love to do, since, even if I reach poor conclusions, it makes me feel that I am not following the same path that I am mentally dictated to follow, that is, I am not a rebel who goes around breaking the rules, I know what I should do and I do it, but I allow myself to think that I am doing it out of cowardice, for survival, or simply because people I love depend on my actions.

poetry and politics

The title is still curious, but it has its reason for being. It is the qualitative procedure, the one that allows to decipher what cannot be understood and for this we habitually resort to comparison and metaphor, especially effective tools in education. In the religious concept it would be the parables and in the literary world the stories with a moral.

Avoid being a victim of a scam

Phone calls or emails from impostors posing as federal employees are becoming more common every day. Don't fall for scammers posing as government agents offering to help you get your economic impact payment faster or threatening to send the police to your home, arrest you for not paying your taxes, or take away your Social Security benefits .

The scientist of the 86 tennis pairs

They are fashion accessories, but also high-tech sports pieces. What are some secrets that sports shoes hide? Miguel García Guerrero tells us about it in his book Technis, which combines his passion for science, basketball and tennis.

What does the “Leandro Plan” mean for our community?

The Leandro Plan is an implementation plan for educational policy that emerged from the Leandro v. State, where the North Carolina Supreme Court. In the case, the court decided that the state had failed to meet its constitutional mandate to provide every student in the state with a "solid basic education."

Teaching music: an invaluable tool for children

Although not all of us can become musical geniuses, the reality is that musical education at an early age brings cognitive benefits for the development of our children.

To show off you gotta suffer?

When I was little and my mother untangled my hair, she always told me "to show off you have to suffer", I hated that phrase, I have always had long hair, and with each tangle two tears fell, but there I was, holding on the suffering and with the image in my mind of my loose hair swaying in the wind and conquering any heart that crossed my path.

Democracy is dead… a minute of world silence…

Today I can state with sad emptiness that democracy has died before the specter of authoritarianism on the one hand and populism on the other. There are unmistakable signs of it. Let's look at the situation in Canada, the Europe-Russia confrontation being the scene of a possible conflict with unimaginable consequences, the massive violence in Iraq, Sudan, France, etc...

Pigs fly, have faith

Most of us do not believe until we feel afraid or want to ask for something that no one can solve because it is a matter of chance or destiny. I have always said that we must believe in something, in what each one believes is their problem, because I am of the opinion that there is no true religion, despite the fact that everyone thinks that theirs is the only one that has the right to exist. and the rest of us are wrong.
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RALEIGH – North Carolina is preparing for heavy rainfall and possible flooding on Friday and Saturday from the remnants of Hurricane Ian. Governor Cooper reminds residents that now is the time to complete their personal preparations. "While we don't yet know exactly how this storm will impact our state, it's clear that this will be a significant rain event for much of North Carolina and now is the time for people to get prepared," said Governor Cooper. "We are tracking the storm closely and strongly encourage everyone across the state to have an emergency kit and emergency plan in place."
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