BOOK REVIEW “Aviation: History of Aviation” by Henry Stewart

BOOK REVIEW  “Aviation: History of Aviation” by Henry Stewart

  “Aviation: History of Aviation” by Henry Stewart is a quick walk through the human desire of flying. Stewart starts with some mythological tales like Daedalus and his son named Icarus and Pegasus. Then we find the first steps of humanity with actual flying devices, reminding that the first modern airplane was developed in 1910….

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BOOK REVIEW “Hitler: Nazi History” by Steven W. Gephart

BOOK REVIEW “Hitler: Nazi History” by Steven W. Gephart

Hitler: Nazi History by Steven W. Gephart is a great narration of the events occurred during the WWI and II and afterward (Nazism and Germanism) in Germany and background (other countries involved in the war). The book starts with a short biography of Adolf Hitler, born in Braunau am Inn, Austria-Hungary on the 20th of…

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“The relationship between forgiveness and anxiety” by Joseph Vasquez

“The relationship between forgiveness and anxiety” by Joseph Vasquez

Forgiveness is one of the best gifts you can give. If you can truly embrace the meaning of forgiveness and practice it, you will be capable of doing anything with your life. This may sound like an exaggeration but it’s true. Forgiveness is not necessarily for the benefit of the other person, but for your…

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“We tell her that she can fly, but we still clip her wings” by Joseph Vasquez

“We tell her that she can fly, but we still clip her wings” by Joseph Vasquez

Why are so many people afraid to see a woman succeed? We have women that are literally dying to try to get an education. Why do we oppress the most precious resource on Earth? Are we so insecure that we fear a smart woman? Women are natural nurturers, and the world needs to be nurtured….

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“Before you call her a slut” by Joseph Vasquez

“Before you call her a slut” by Joseph Vasquez

I don’t mean to offend by the provocative title   I’ve been a romance writer for the past few years, and in this time, I’ve been asked several questions; one question, in particular, made me evaluate my life in so many ways: “So you write for women, and talk about how they should be treated,…

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“A month without Prozac” by Joseph Vasquez

“A month without Prozac” by Joseph Vasquez

I could wrap up this entry with two words: “It’s hell” I deal with anxiety, thankfully, it has not been unbearable, but it can make life difficult. I didn’t know what was wrong with me, but I knew it was an issue that was affecting my well-being. Two years ago, during my annual exam, I…

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