Measures designed to counter forced marriage and bring to justice those who seek to force others into marriage are becoming increasingly visible in British criminal justice.
People are very clever when it comes to trying to make do with what they have in hand. And if they don’t have anything in hand they often make them using everyday items.
It’s relentless, isn’t it? When you read the sentence above, what popped to mind? What is the “it” that just won’t stop, that won’t give you a break, that makes it hard to breathe and think?
Here’s a not so funny story. A man in Florida, US, is being sued by his neighbours for what they regard as bringing down the tone of the neighbourhood. They think that the outrageous
India tennis star Sania Mirza isn’t too pleased with the rise in the number of ‘cooking posts that celebrities are putting out on social media as they stay indoors to fight the coronavirus outbreak.
According to research conducted by the University of Kent, smells that we experience outdoors evoke pleasant memories and a sense of well-being. There’s no doubt that smells have a tendency to arouse strong emotions in people. Smells, in general, have memories of days gone by. Memories of your home country.
Before I went to bed for a good night’s doze, my wife and I spent a few minutes praying to the Almighty for all that he has done in the past and what he is doing to keep us moving. One thing we don’t hope to mention is the life that he has given us despite the hurdles and challenges. I take a sigh when I jot this down.
Not all human beings are the same. Our life is gorgeous but not always easy. If we look at it the problems, we have maybe nothing likened to others. There are sorrows, happiness, tears, and anger emotions. No one is strong and powerful, rich or poor who has never experienced scuffles and woes. No wonder I love to
One of the weirdest traits that Damian had, you know the child from the Omen movies, was that he never got ill a day in his life. His parents thought it wasn’t normal for a child to never even have a runny nose, and he never did. In some countries, however, many people go through life never even having had a cold.
It’s coming up on two years since my father died at age 91. I miss him terribly, of course, but his death left me with a personal struggle I had not anticipated. While you might understandably think his death left a void in my life, it did quite the opposite. His death left me with so … much … stuff. He’d lived in the same house for