Life is such an interesting journey

Life is such an interesting journey
Life is a journey, a combination of decisions and roads we take. The majority of the time, at the end of our lives, we leave behind people that are dear to us. Most people facing the end of life are more concerned about what will happen to their …
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What If Stanford Admitted 31%? A Journey Back To The 1970s
Harvard this year got 37,307 undergraduate applicants and admitted just 5.3%. Stanford was even stingier, offering places to a mere 5.05% of its 42,487 applicants. Has the journey to college always been this crazy? No it hasn't. Like many people of a …
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America's long journey toward legal marijuana
Why not share your impressions — and those of residents of foreign countries about the United States — with Trib readers in 150 words? The world's a big place. Bring it home with Letters Home. Contact Colin McNickle (412-320-7836 or …
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Lastest Journey News

Retirement: The Journey Of 1000 Miles
It's said that a journey of 1000 miles begins with a single step. I met a man a few years ago named Daren Wendell. He was a wiry, 160-lb endurance athlete who founded a non-profit 501(c)(3) called Active Water in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
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Pilgrimage of Resurrection: A Creative Journey through Eastertide
Pilgrimage of Resurrection: A Creative Journey through Eastertide. The call of Easter is this simple invitation: to step forth across the threshold, to release all you thought you know, to hold your palms open, to say yes to what comes. By Christine …
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Coyne: The Journey – A Player's Perspective
Weeks, days, hours and minutes go by and we narrow our focus as we approach the IIHF Women's World Championship and aim to win a gold medal. From the moment we stepped off the plane at JFK airport in New York City, our focus has been winning a …
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Lastest Journey News

Eliana's Journey: Baby Who Gained Worldwide Attention Battling Trisomy 18
ORIENT, Ohio – A 16-week-old Orient baby – whose journey battling a rare genetic condition called Trisomy 18 spread love across the globe – has passed away. Naomi and Matthew Coy of Orient had been documenting their daughter's progress on their …
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'Journey Through China' ('Voyage en Chine'): Film Review
A French mother grieving over the death of her son decides to retrace his last steps abroad in Journey Through China (Voyage en Chine), photographer Zoltan Mayer's thoughtful and well-lensed debut feature, although one that ultimately feels more …
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App Provides Historic Tour of Mandela's Journey

App Provides Historic Tour of Mandela's Journey
A phone app tracing the footsteps of Nelson Mandela was launched Wednesday in South Africa to encourage tourists to explore his life story, 25 years after his release from prison. Users can use the tool to plan their travels around major sites …
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PBS Series 'Twice Born' Features Mass. Family's Journey Through Fetal Surgery
We'd like to take a moment to wish a very special first birthday to Luelle Ross, who was born once on December 3, 2013, and then again on March 7, 2014. Luelle received fetal surgery, a relatively recent medical innovation that started in the late 1990s.

A's newcomer RJ Alvarez hopes journey ends in Oakland

A's newcomer RJ Alvarez hopes journey ends in Oakland
MESA, Ariz. — He's from South Florida, but R.J. Alvarez is quickly becoming Mr. California. With his appropriately long, beach-y hair, Alvarez has been part of three California organizations in short order, going from the Angels to the Padres to the A …
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How African musician Salif Keita went from social outcast to international
Salif Keita is known today as the "golden voice" of Africa, but in his youth he was an outcast, unaccepted by his community because he was born with albinism. Turning to music as an outlet, Keita rose to be one of Mali's biggest stars, bringing …
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Journalist recounts teen's migrant journey at Hood College
The subject of her novel “Enrique's Journey,” Nazario tells the story of Enrique, a 17-year-old boy who traveled 1,600 miles to be reunited with his mother. From spending two days without water to being thrown off a moving train by gangsters, Enrique …
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