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How have U been? It has really been awhile....Huh? Anyway, I have been seraching my "Friends!" And I see, that U and I, have an aweul, amount of books in common....Brainstorm! I was wondering, if U would like to become, true friends, and connect,
and talk about the many books, that we have in common?
I Have Missed U, My Friend!
Hi! I have heard of your stories before but have never actually got around to buy or read them. Would you be able to tell me what other books you have wrote or are planning to write? I love writing storys especially mystery and horror ones. Please can you also give me some tips?
Please write back to me ASAP.
LOVE STORY~~ ♥♥ A girl asked a guy if he thought she was pretty and he said no. She asked him if he would want to be with her forever and he said no. She then asked him if she were to leave would he cry, and once again he replied with a no. She had heard enough. As she walked away,tears streaming down her face the boy ...grabbed her arm and said You are not pretty you're beautiful. I don't want to be with you forever. I NEED to be with you forever. And I wouldn't cry if you walked away...I'd die... ♥♥ ~~THE END~~ ♥♥.......Isn't that sweet? Tonight at midnight your true love will realize they like you. Something good will happen to you at 1:00-4:00pm tomorrow, it could be anywhere on IM or email, outside of school,anywhere! Get ready for the biggest shock of your life. If you break this chain letter you will be cursed with 10 relationship problems forthe next ten years. If you post this to 15 pages in 15 minutes, you're safe
Importance of Freedom and the Power of Knowledge
Joseph Manimala, September 8,1996
Pala – 686 575
Nowadays many people, even free world intellectuals under value democracy. Totalitarian control over citizenry is recommended as the reasonable way to progress. But totalitarian countries’ super growth rates are a myth (20% GDP growth add about 7 billion dollars to Singapore economy. But only a modest 5% growth adds 50 billion dollars to Indian economy. America, world’s largest economy has only about 3% GDP growth. World’s richest country grouping, G-7, hasn’t a single nondemocratic member. Among 25 developed countries there are only 2 non democracies. Authoritarian Singapore pales before democratic Japan.
Whenever restrictions imposed on a society, its efficiency and vigor declined. In fifteenth century liberal Protestant countries surpassed restrictive Catholic countries in scientific achievements. The Story of Mankind - Hendrik Willern Van Loon.
However strong they became, oppressive regime always collapsed. Inquisition Spain, Nazi Germany, Communist USSR. Resource rich USSR stagnated under totalitarian rule. But with scarce resources free Japan became an economic miracle.
The Swiss are praised for their clock work precision and meticulous efficiency. In liberal Sweden women enjoy highest status in the world. France outperforms almost all countries in fashion, culture and new technologies. America is world’s foremost foreign investment destination. Investors prefer it over Japan and Germany. Neither Japan nor Germany has the ultimate investment haven credential; the capability and willingness to use military power for protecting economy and investments.
But America’s strength lies not on its economy or military. But on its mass culture. American books, mags, films and music rule the earth. Also in the global technological race too, America has the edge. Thanks to its awesome knowledge base. It successfully attracts talent from Russia and India. Liberty gives America such innovative power.
However, an open society cannot conceal its short comings. Americans are on the whole, very frank about their troubles and do believe in open discussions. Topmost American writers describe America fairly and modestly. In his book Economics For our Times (1967), Mr. Augustus H. Smith fairly describes poverty in the United States. He also expressed concern over Soviet overtaking of America in Science and GDP. In Power Shift, Alvin Toffler points out America’s strength and acknowledges its weak points. He underlines the power of knowledge.
Imagination is the driving force behind human progress. Yesterday’s wildest dreams become today’s realities those great visionaries like Jules Verne and Arthur C. Clarke, with their amazing imagination and foresight driver our civilization to unthinkable heights. Freedom does enhance creativity and nurture progress.
Oct.1997 S E Asia Crash/Meltdown proves my article. I wrote this when democracy was out of fashion.
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I completely agree with you. Especially because the concept of humans being with vampires are out of the ordinary. That is what I love. Especially during the whole Sookie series I was anxious for her and Eric to hook up even when the odds didn't look good.