The Koh-I-Noor Diamond: It has been said that whoever owned the Koh-I-Noor ruled the world, a suitable statement for this, the most famous
sophiasophia The Steinmetz Pink is probably the finest pink diamond in the world presently. It weighs 59.60 carats and has been graded as Internally
dorothydorothy Champagne Beach, Vanuatu. The most beautiful beach I have ever been on. It is one of the last places on earth that has not been spoiled
maryannemaryanne Elder Jeffrey R. Holland said: “The future of this world has long been declared; the final outcome between good and evil is already known.
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grounded1grounded1 In Flanders Fields by kruijffjes: In Flanders Fields is one of the most famous poems about World War I and was written by Canadien
esperanzaesperanza Como, Italy. Most beautiful place I have ever been. Swiss alps and beautiful lake. Oh and George Clooney has a house there
freidafreida Coming soon! I always feel like I am the one who has learned the most for any presentation I give, and there have been many! Would you
lucindalucinda Jo Mama s World Famous Spaghetti from Food.com: My kids will give up a steak dinner for this spaghetti. It is a recipe I have been
amy.sidd.712amy.sidd.712 Thank you Ashley for completely turning my world upside down and convincing me with a single photo that Ikea folding sofa beds aren't the most disgusting thing ever. Though maybe it's just because this room has white-on-white floating shelves on the wall o'er there and I think those are just about the best things ever.
ccgarza2ccgarza2 A seven-year-old has donated $140 to the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center and the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC) because he doesn’t think it’s right for gay people not to be treated equally.
The child, Malcolm, was given $140 by his parents to donate to the charity of his choice. He chose to split the money between the gay centre and the HRC.
The cheque was accompanied by a hand written note that read: “I am sending you this money because I don’t think it’s fair that Gay people are not treated equally.”
A note from the boy’s mother said: “To teach the importance of improving the world around him, Malcolm was given $140 to give away to the charity of his choice. After hearing a story on the radio about the mistreatment of gays and lesbians, Malcolm became both upset and curious about the issue…to help, he chose to split his money between the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center and the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.