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I Hope i never Win the Lottery

One of my favorite television shows of all times is most definitely the Simpsons. During one of my many late night blogging sessions, I decided to put in one of the Simpsons episodes that I’ve taped throughout the years. In this episode, Marge had written a novel, and Homer refused …

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The Wrestler Analysis the use of Realism

One of the most interesting aspects of “The Wrestler” is the fact that the film revolves around realism rather than fantasy. Every detail of the movie is incredibly realistic when compared to the real world of professional wrestling. This article will look at the use of realism in the 2009 …

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Diagnosis Murder 1975 Sir Christopher Lee Movie

Diagnosis: Murder (1975) Starring Jon Finch, Sir Christopher Lee, Judy Geeson, Tony Beckley, Dilys Hamlett, Jane Merrow, Colin Jeavons, David Trevena, Adrian Cairns, Daphne Neville, Hugh Smith-Marriott, Hubert Tucker, David Langford. Directed by Sidney Hayers. Running time: 83 minutes. Rating: PG-13 “You really believe I killed my wife!” An obnoxious …

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Achieving Success and Goal Setting

We have been told we can have, be and do ANYTHING we can imagine. How exhilarating! At the same time, a little-spoken-about phenomenon often occurs when we begin contemplating change in our lives. We have decided to open our minds and pick from the multitude of potential opportunities awaiting us, …

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Ganesh Puja

The Ganesh Puja is a sacred tradition as part of the Diwali Puja. Diwali is a three to six day festival in the autumn. It centers on the new moon day that ends the month of Ashwin and begins the month of Kartika. This largest and most significant holiday in …

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Why Forgiveness is necessary

How many times has someone hurt us to the point where we choose not to forgive them, ever. When we are hurt or severely mistreated by people, especially those closest to us, it opens up a wound within our soul  that we can’t physically reach inside ourselves to nurse or …

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The Historical Jesus – No

The Jesus of history and the Jesus of faith must be confirmed to be the same person, or  Christianity may be viewed by some as a grand delusion. If the fact that Jesus actually existed becomes doubtful, in the eyes of some people He may fall into the same category …

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Kansas City 1995

“Kansas City” is a very personal film for director Robert Altman. Altman was born in Kansas City in 1925, and began his career there, directing over 65 short business films until moving to Hollywood in 1957. At the age of 71, Altman delivered this two-hour story about the people who’d …

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