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My Global World
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evon169
Enjoy explosions in the sky
For the first time in a really long time I felt like that 16 year old girl. The depth of how bottomless her heart was thrown, the extent of how empty she was inside and out, the twists and turns that knotted her, rotting her, totally and utterly disengaging her. I felt that pain she felt and it occurred to me that parts of me never left her, and a part of her will always be engraved in me, in stars and lines and everything in between.

Truth in Love
The Mainstream Media Is Molding the World
Link: about.me/gideonsword How the Media Mold the World Author: Douglas S. Winnail Source: TomorrowsWorld.org - 2003 January-February Television, movies and the Internet are having an effect on mankind that would have been unimaginable even a century ago. The media—print and electronic—shape our lives and our minds in ways that most fail to realize, and with sobering effects! Television, radio, movies, the Internet and print extend their influence upon our culture, our behavior and our brains! What is behind the powerful force of modern media? We are witnessing a major cultural revolution that is having an incredible impact on our society. Yet, despite numerous warnings, few seem to understand what is really going on or where this surging wave of social change is taking us! In the last 50 years the electronic media—radio, television, movies, video games and now the Internet—have enveloped... (more)

dreams
Blue layers
I was in an art class or something, it was in some outdoor scene where we painted on buildings. Everyone else was really good, but mine was crap. I went over to look at someone else's and it was beautiful, somehow layers of blue combined to form some scene and I was amazed. Then the teacher came over to mine and didn't SAY she was disappointed but I could feel it.




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