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Wear Blue on World Autism Awareness Day – April 2nd

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Mozart is said to have had repeated facial expressions and was in need of constant motion of his hands and feet. His hearing was also very sensitive. By studying letters between the musician and his family, historians have shared that one day Mozart was having a bit of a bored moment so he jumped up and hurdled ...

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The Exceptional Beauty Of Ceilings of Iranian Mosques

Hazrate-Masomeh’s mosque in Qom, Iran Capturing the intricately tiled ceilings of centuries old mosques, gives us both a history lesson and aesthetic treat. The ceilings are not only covered in rich patterns, but architecturally structured to appear like complex tessellations or honeycombs. The mosques are built to include spiraling series of domes and indents, causing the viewer to get lost in their ...

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Nuns’ Creative Way for Healing Humans

The Sisters of the Valley grow healing plants in a a modest three-bedroom house on the outskirts of Merced, in a cul-de-sac next to the railroad tracks in California. When visitors come to the door, Sister Kate asks them to wait outside until she can “sage” them with the smoke from a piece of wood from a Russian tree given ...

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Difference between our Expectation and Reality in Touristic places

Great Wall of China The Great Wall, one of the greatest wonders of the world, was listed as a World Heritage by UNESCO in 1987. Just like a gigantic dragon, it winds up and down across deserts, grasslands, mountains and plateaus, stretching approximately 13,170 miles (21,196 kilometers) from east to west of China.Perhaps the most recognizable symbol of China and its ...

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Top Beaches to Visit

Paradise Beach, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands There are a million beaches in the world called Paradise but this one is an adults-only beach with plenty of incredibly attractive single ladies.

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