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The Turning Point

How do we deal with a loved one’s deteriorating health?   “A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor.”  –Franklin D. Roosevelt Life is never smooth sailing. Our journey will mostly be filled with gigantic waves and violent tempests. Sometimes, these succeed in breaking us. Most of the time, they don’t, for we rise up…

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Fontbonne Hall Academy

Teaching Confidence and Compassion My parents chose the best Catholic private high school for me. Through their hard work and sacrifice, I landed in Fontbonne Hall Academy, located in Bay Bridge, Brooklyn, and overlooking the great view of Gravesend Bay and the Verrazano Bridge. Truth be told, I wasn’t really happy at first, considering that…

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Discovering More About Fordham University

Embrace the World of Wisdom and Learning It cannot be stressed enough how valuable education is for the betterment of mankind and global progress. Many of society’s ills stem from ignorance and the lack of skills to combat hardship. Education brings people a step closer to achieving their dreams, and eventually, to making this world…

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Disability in the Arts

Talents Choose to Flourish in the Face of Disability Art, as we create and discuss it, is a passion, practice, and craft for as long as man discovered the importance of leaving marks on a lasting surface. Anyone is capable of creating their own brand of art, one they consider wondrous—be it illustration, dance, theater,…

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