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  • All of the sons of Adam

    All of the sons of Adam

    All of the sons of Adam are part of one single body, They are of the same essence. When time afflicts us with pain In one part of that body All the other parts feel it too. If you fail to feel the pain of others You do not deserve the name of man. Saadi […]

  • Doesn’t want anyone to catch anything

    Doesn’t want anyone to catch anything

    … The Major League Baseball reopened with the Washington Nationals playing the New York Yankees on their home field. Before the game, every player and every coach in the playing area held up a black banner that stretched along the first base and third baselines, then took a knee on the grass in silence, in […]

  • Finally.

    Finally.

    “The word “webmaster” has become dated and quite cryptic. One person managing all aspects of a site is, for the most part, no longer the norm. The term has also become ambiguous, potentially referring to anyone fulfilling any of the following duties involved with managing a website: web architects, web developers, site authors, website administrators, website owners, […]

  • From the Wires: AP Photos: Afghan women assert themselves with martial arts

    From the Wires: AP Photos: Afghan women assert themselves with martial arts

    A group of young Afghan women in Kabul have taken up Japanese jujitsu, a martial arts form that dates back centuries. They dream of someday competing on the international level. In many ways, jujitsu seems an ideal sport for women in Afghanistan, where gender discrimination has deep cultural and historical roots and where many women […]

  • Mounting Documentation of Systemic Racial Bias of US Judicial System

    Mounting Documentation of Systemic Racial Bias of US Judicial System

    Bill Gates wrote on his post 5 Books for a lousy year: The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, by Michelle Alexander. Like many white people, I’ve tried to deepen my understanding of systemic racism in recent months. Alexander’s book offers an eye-opening look into how the criminal justice system unfairly targets […]

  • How to mourn one-hundred-thousand deaths

    How to mourn one-hundred-thousand deaths

    The COVID-19 has cost so many more lives in the United States, than 9/11, and Vietnam War together. The New York Times published the names of 1,000 people who died of the coronavirus on the front page of its paper edition. They not only list the names, ages and location, they also added a few […]

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