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I always love how Charles Dickens opened his novel of A Tale of Two Cities with these lines: It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was
Can you imagine a world without salsa? Or tabasco sauce, harissa, sriracha, paprika or chili powder? I read that statement in a feature article from Saudi Aramco World magazine, which arrived in our mailbox this morning. Then I paused for a second, and thought about it – Do I really
Spotted dark skin of green In my hand you stand so keen; But don’t wish you can stay still For here’s my knife ready to peel. Unripe they may say is what you are, Yet hundred ways for you to prepare; Crunchy yet so sour for taste For others to
Scorching sun. Open Sea. They are nature’s gift of abundance. Waves and splashes. Makeshift boat. They are children’s greatest delight. “All in a day’s work”, shall we say or “Children are always children. Play is what they deserve”. Either way, what do you see? Upon looking at the photo, have