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Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
Parting gifts for an international community
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Parting gifts for an international community

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Paintings and quotations from English, French, Spanish, Sri Lankan, Rumanian, Spanish, Chilean, German, Australian writers, singers, artists.

Paintings and quotations from English, French, Spanish, Sri Lankan, Rumanian, Spanish, Chilean, German, Australian writers, singers, artists.

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  1. Parting Gifts For: the E-Moderation Learning Community, Oct 2013 From: Ana María Hurtado (Lima, Perú)
  2. For Jill in Paris The voyage of discovery is not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes. Marcel Proust
  3. For Maria Elena in Rumania “All of that pile on you so that, sooner or later, you cannot bear it anymore. And in that situation I started to write, because there was no other ways for me to express, except through the vicious cycle of words.” ― Herta Müller, Rumanian Nobel Prize for Literature
  4. For Jude in Cheshire • Your Subtopics Go Here
  5. For Stephanie in Melbourne “Fugitive as morning light she moves In a thin rain out and across the river Leaving no footprints” Dorothy Hewett
  6. For Carol in Oxforshire “Any woman anywhere will blossom in a hundred unexpected talents and capacities simply by being given the opportunity to do so.” Doris Lessing
  7. For Lynn in Germany
  8. For Agnes in Cameroon “I did not choose writing, I found it. In my younger years, I used it mainly to express difficult things to share with others, to feel free and peaceful.” Leonora Miano
  9. For Carla in Chile
  10. For Lindsay in Spain Fight for what you want Don’t despair if something goes wrong, Today can be a great day And tomorrow as well.
  11. For Pia in Chile • Your Subtopics Go Here
  12. For Jane in Italy
  13. For Rhona in Sri Lanka When hope is firmly anchored in your soul, life could weather all situations even in the stormy conditions and sail to a bright future. Ravi Sathasivam
  14. For Fiona in Spain
  15. TRANSITIONAL PAGE
  16. Thank you for sharing this part of the road.

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