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She stands before the mirror
With tear-stained cheeks,
His words are ever-clearer
Again, she weeps.
Her leather bracelet spins 'round,
It says, "live life"
With an approved nod and smile:
She conquers strife.
Understanding When I began reading Journey by Inner Light by Meeta Kaur, seeing the mention of Sikh tradition, I felt some apprehension about reading a story discussing religion. I seldom enjoy religion-based prose. I'm an Agnostic, comfortable with uncertainty. However, I was pleasantly surprised and even touched by this story. Kaur's connection with her long hair reminded me of my own childhood and the day I decided to cut mine.
Kaur shared her thought of "It is just a head of hair, and everyone gets a haircut," (157) which is the same mantra I recited, the day I decided to go from flowing blonde hair reaching the center of my back, to a bob beside my
Dear deviantART - the companyDear deviantART (the company),
Those of us who suggest things do so to help and I personally get frustrated with how long it takes for suggestions to be acknowledged or even considered as something to be implemented. I realize certain projects take priority, but the user is (and always will be) the company's primary income. An element of customer satisfaction has to come into play or even loyal members will leave--as many have.
Seeming to be ignored by a company is not satisfactory. I commend the developers for their hard work (you're far superior than myself at programming and I'm in awe of your skills), but the company needs to better hol
Sexual Warfare - First Unit
Chapter Three : First Unit
When I found out I was going to S. Korea for my first duty assignment, I was disappointed it wasn't Hawaii. But I enjoyed the Korea experience so much, I extended my stay an additional year (for additional pay). Living at Camp Humphreys for two years, that is where I experienced the majority of my life as a soldier; as well as the pain, love, sorrow and triumph of becoming a woman.
In the first year, I learned how quickly I could get tasks done--I never had a job before the Army. My superiors would give me a task for the day and I would be finished within a couple hours, usually no more than three. Especially when
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`ChewedKandi has certainly gone out of her way to keep the vector community on the right path. Always making sure that her talents are infinitely scalable, Sharon has put her bezier curves to excellent use, and firmly anchored herself as an inspirational leader. We're absolutely delighted to bestow the Deviousness Award for June 2013 to `ChewedKandi. Congratulations, Sharon! Read More