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Sweet moments

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State of the world

The world now is in a state of confusion, everyone and every country want to be in control of the other. Why?

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Preparing to comply with sanctions on Russia : SWIFT

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‘SNL’s Weekend Update: Russia’s Invasion Of Ukraine “A Tough Subject To Make Jokes About,” But Punchlines Land On Harvey Weinstein, Donald Trump & More

https://deadline.com/2022/02/snl-weekend-update-russia-ukraine-donald-trump-1234960866/

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Grace

I am leaving under grace, the Lord is with me.

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I am back to continue from where I stop.

I have been away for some time.

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Enjoying the evening

The evening is so sweet that I can’t explain exactly.

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Thought

when things are going smoothly then you will not know that rough times will come, I always pray for good and smooth days.

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I am back

It has been quite a while, but now I am fully back. Their is going to be a lot of informations these days.

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Things learned from mothers.

I’ve learned a lot from the mothers in my life—my own as well as the mothers of people I’ve known. I wouldn’t be where I am if not for their advice, and I can’t tell you how many phone calls and e-mails I have gotten that began with, “My mother sent me this column….” Here are some things that a few of us have learned from our moms. • “When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child.” —Sophia Loren, Women and Beauty • “Your mother was the first woman you ever loved. Never forget that. Her nurturing is love in action, and that speaks louder than words.” —Stephan Poulter, PhD, author of The Mother Factor • “Kissing a boo-boo makes it all better. No matter how old you are, you always want your mother to be there for you with chicken soup and a soft voice when you’re not feeling well. Remember too that bad days don’t last forever. Mom always said that tomorrow would be better.” —Margret Goldsmith Things Learned From Mothers…………… • “You can fail because of it, or succeed in spite of it. It all depends on how you choose to deal with the bumps in the road.” —Sydney MacEwen, Shelley’s daughter • “My momma cat taught me that not every person you meet is worth rubbing up against, and sometimes it’s okay to be a little finicky. It could save you from coughing up a hairball later in life.” —Piewackett • “This is what my mother told me before I came to the USA: You can run 1,000 MPH, but if you don’t decide where to go before you’ll run in a circle and go nowhere. A goal without a plan is just a wish and we can waste time in wishing. — Fabio Viviani, executive chef (and Top Chef fan favorite • “If things are not going your way, take a couple of hours out, grab a girlfriend or a daughter, and hit a chick flick. It’s a surefire way to melt away the blues for a little bit.”—Mary Trudeau, Devin’s mom • “We have not come into the world to be numbered; we have been created for a purpose; for great things: to love and be loved.” —Mother Teresa • “If you doubt you can accomplish something, then you can’t accomplish it. You have to have confidence in your ability, and then be tough enough to follow through.” —Rosalynn Carter The love we give and get from our mothers is a true experience of life’s never-ending circle. No matter what, it’s never too late to have a loving relationship with your mother. So what if you’ve been disconnected for years? The bottom line is, she’s still your mom; let her know you’re still her kid.