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How To Mend the Heart of A Broken Angel

Angelina strove hard to mend her broken heart.  In fact, she was able to compose another poem with a dozen stanzas on how she did it.  She must have been truly inspired with the way her life is going at the moment.  The  poem briefly explains why.  Her faith in God is the reason for her happiness. Hereunder is the poem, entitled: “Fixing the Bruised Heart of A Broken Angel” When those you love deeply reject you, leave you, or die, your heart will be broken and there is nothing you can do but cry. Mending a broken heart is … Continue reading How To Mend the Heart of A Broken Angel

The Final Flight of MH370:The Greatest Mystery in Aviation History

The disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight No. 370 from radar detection of Malaysia’s air traffic control on 8th March while en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur  is considered as the most baffling and mysterious event in the history of aviation.  The plane carried 239 people (majority of whom are Chinese) on board, including the pilots and crews. One  month has passed after MH370 suddenly vanished in mid-air but the Malaysian Government and other Governments who have offered help in the search have still no concrete findings and possible answers on various questions beginning with “Why, What, Who, When and … Continue reading The Final Flight of MH370:The Greatest Mystery in Aviation History

Practical Useful Tips For A Budget-Friendly Travel

Summertime has just begun and in the US it lasts for almost 3 months. Regardless of the nature and type, planning for a vacation is normally a budget-buster in the family and could be a family issue in the long run. Despite this constraint and coupled with the continued global economic crisis, an average middle class family would try as much as possible to squeeze every dime out of every asset, so as to spend and enjoy a summer vacation. In other words, a certain average family would stretch its budget to allocate a portion of their resources for travel … Continue reading Practical Useful Tips For A Budget-Friendly Travel

About Me

A native from the Eastern part of the globe and currently in the West (USA), then East-West, East-West, East….and so on and so forth. A wanderer, so to speak! A reluctant traveler , (has avionophobia – fear of air travels) yet was able to withstand thru prayers and guts. Had the chance to visit places in Asia: like the Bangkok-Thailand, Hongkong, Hanoi-Vietnam, Taiwan-Taipei , Singapore, New Delhi, and other places in India , major cities (Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Peshawar and other places) in Pakistan and the Philippines; Europe: such as Austria-Vienna, Rome-Italy, Frankfurt-Germany, and London, Stratford (Riveravon), Birmingham-England; Wellington … Continue reading About Me