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Help through Surrender

I recall how, throughout my child and teen years, my mom was always available to straighten out my messes. Whether it was learning to tie my shoes or learning to sew, when I’d reach a point of exasperated failure and ask for her help, she would calmly fix things. Every …

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The Ultimate Revenge keep Living well

The Ultimate Revenge: Keep Living Well Keep living well is the perfect solution for you and others, when times are really rough. If it appears that the world is doing you in, or perhaps someone is giving you a really difficult time for whatever reason, the ultimate revenge is to …

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Rush Hour 3

The Rush Hour series, up to this point, is essentially cliche-riddled buddy cop fare that, whilst obnoxious to the point of lunacy (mostly thanks to the insufferable Chris Tucker), is actually considerably more enjoyable than you’d expect. The action scenes are thrilling, the chemistry between the two leads authentic, and …

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Miracle

     We encounter miracle everyday. The fact that we are breathing and our senses worked is an act of miracle. But a lot of people take all these things for granted, the air we breathe in, the pulsations of our heart, the beauty of our eyesight that makes us see …

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Biographies Kiefer Sutherland

Kiefer Sutherland is best known for his role as Jack Bauer on Fox’s ’24,’ but what you don’t know is he is actually English and Canadian. Sutherland was born in London in 1966 and got his first film role in 1983. His father Donald Sutherland was in the same film, …

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Movie Reviews P2

Metrodome Tartan’s big UK release for 2008 is the simply, but unusually titled P2. Prepare to see the media vehicle that is P2 with 500 TV spots purchased, trailers in most major cinema releases during the first three months of 2008, and a whole horde of newspaper and internet ads. …

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