Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Big Fear: “What if it’s awful?”

Originally posted on R. J. Nello:
Whether we like it or not, life is one big risk-taking venture. Yet fearing to fail is one reason most of us don’t try to do what we want to do. Who really wants…

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THE RECAPTURE OF SELMA: MOMENTOUS VICTORY FOR THE SAA & ALLIES

Originally posted on The Wall Will Fall:
13th January 2016 This is a report from a Latakia resident on the recent recapture of the strategic hill town of Selma: “Selma is a very  small village on the Turkish-Syrian border, just…

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What’s Up With The UK?

What next? It’s nearly nine years since I last visited the UK. You look back with sadness at the possibilities for change you saw then, and what’s happened since. We arrived during the 2007 United Kingdom Floods  and now, the region … Continue reading

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What’s Up With France?

It wasn’t the best of times   2015 was a rough year for France. It began with the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris on January 7, and ended Friday November 13th with coordinated terror attacks that killed and injured hundreds. I … Continue reading

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