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To Reduce Inequality, Start With Families – NYTimes.com – NYTimes.com

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To Reduce Inequality, Start With Families – NYTimes.com – NYTimes.com.

“…Inequality among families isn’t just about financial means, however. It’s also about the care parents can provide, the food they can prepare, and the amount and the nature of the time they can spend with their children. But today, the ability of parents to make the most basic time investments in their children — taking time for parent-teacher conferences or setting a schedule that permits a parent to sometimes be home in the after-school hours — is sharply divided by income level.

The lack of availability of parental time has serious detrimental effects on children’s behavior, ability to learn and emotional development — all of which affect performance in school and, eventually, the workplace…”

Lake Bled ‘Reflections’ – Barry Price

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Easter Bunny Honeys

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Postcard from Torridon

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Great Picture. Thanks Scott Marshall

Scott K Marshall Photography (@skm1963)

a little blue sky thinking for Lyle Krahn - a shocking tale of sunshine in Scotland a little blue sky thinking for Lyle Krahn – a shocking tale of sunshine in Scotland

Well what can I say – I know it’s a cheesy shot but hey Instagram liked it loads 🙂 so I have high hopes of the WordPress community. I will work hard to catch up with all your blogs over the coming weeks but pace of work is dictating my blogging activity. Anyway this is classic postcard Scotland – I’ll be honest I have never seen Torridon basking in such wicked sunshine. That said although this is a little chocolate box for me I hope that I have conveyed the cold wind in the choppy sea – and more importantly guys the clocks are about to change which means spending lots of time outdoors 🙂

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New Feature Takes ‘Facebook Stalking’ To A Whole New Level

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A good man in Rwanda

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A good man in Rwanda.

Capt Diagne, the subject of the BBC documentary A Good Man in Rwanda, was “the greatest hero the UN has ever had” and the medal must be named after him, Prince Zeid told the UN Security Council.

 

The BBC’s international development correspondent Mark Doyle says the story of Capt Diagne is still not very well known.

 

But after extensive research a BBC team was able to conclude that he had personally saved hundreds of lives during the 1994 genocide in which an estimated 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed in 100 days.

Happiness and Its Discontents – NYTimes.com – NYTimes.com

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Happiness and Its Discontents – NYTimes.com – NYTimes.com.

What does it mean to be happy?

The answer to this question once seemed obvious to me. To be happy is to be satisfied with your life. If you want to find out how happy someone is, you ask him a question like, “Taking all things together, how satisfied are you with your life as a whole?”…

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