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Ethnic Cleansing: Burma (WTF, REALLY?)

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The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees estimates that there are an estimated 1.3 million stateless and internally displaced people in Myanmar (2016). Rohingya boy can’t swim, floats on container to Bangladesh. Nabi Hussain owes his life to a yellow plastic oil container. The 13-year-old Rohingya boy couldn’t swim, and had never even seen the sea before […]

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Perfectly Imperfect

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My life story? Well. I am a 22 year old fighting new battles everyday. I was born in a family where gender discrimination was valued more than my existence. I didn’t know how it felt like to receive love from anywhere except my parents and sister, which was also accompanied by the hatred I was […]

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Be A Bulb

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Be a #BULB. In times of darkness, be the light. Keep failing, but never give up the fight. The bulb may lose its power once in a while, Always remember, this is the time you need to go the extra mile. Cause after a while, failure will lose its power, And this is the time […]

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Family Problems Leading to Suicide

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India has one of the world’s highest rate of suicides among people aged between 15 years and 29 years. “Family Problems” sits at the top of the table. What are we doing wrong? What should we change? Comment what you think!

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A 19 Year Old Non Muslim

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I’m a 19 year old Egyptian guy living in the Netherlands, I’ve been raised a muslim, but all hell broke loose when I told my parents last night that I am in fact a non-believer. I am an open person respecting all people who make the choice to pursue their faiths, but boy would I […]

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I Failed at 1,001 Things. Here’s What Happened Next:

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Every day for five years I wrote 3000 words a day and they all sucked. I wrote four novels and maybe 70 short stories. I sent every novel to about 40 agents and all the publishers. I only got form letter rejections back. Finally I gave up, left my job, moved cities, my girlfriend left […]

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Sikkim: Drugs And Suicide

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A large room in an abandoned government building has been home to Babita (not her real name), 32, her husband and three children for about three years. It is strewn with tattered furniture and personal belongings, clothes drying on the window grill and a few pictures stuck to the wall. Here in Jorethang, a border […]

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Failures Are The Portals Of Discovery

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There is a lot of emphasis on succeeding. And whether we buy the hype or not, we all want to succeed, especially if you consider success to mean, “it works out the way I want it to.” You know it feels good in the gut and in the heart because it worked out. So, failing, […]

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How We Succeed By Failing

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By the time Steve Jobs’s Wikipedia page had been adjusted to past tense, eulogists had added a footnote to his biography of success. Failure. Jobs, though wildly successful, also failed often and badly. Therein, we note, lies perhaps the larger lesson of his life: Sometimes you have to fail to succeed. The truth is, you […]

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Failure Is A Trampoline

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Failure is a tricky thing to deal with. It never goes according to plan and catches us off guard when we least expect it. However just like success, failure offers an opportunity for us to grow, so can we best navigate it?   Use failure as a trampoline As toddlers, we handle failure pretty well. […]

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