Tatjana Tur Mercy and life. I have just read Aldona Grupas autobiography “Nurse, give me a pill for Death”. The book left a mixed impression to me. From one hand, … Read More
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FROM LITHUANIA TO LONDON OCA Magazine got the chance to ask Aldona Grupas a few questions about how her own experience has embodied the feeling of Eurasianism that many readers … Read More
Five birds are sitting on a telephone wire. Two decide to fly south. How many are left? Most people would say three. Actually, all five are left. You see, … Read More
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I wish you a great day today and would like to share Bob’s Proctor article with you. BOB PROCTOR I want to share something I was just reading by … Read More
I remember Christmas meetings with family and my godparents, when I was a child. We then lived in Riga. Then there were Soviet times and you couldn’t have celebrated … Read More
Ideas and babies have a lot in common when they are new born; they require a lot of nourishment to survive. A new idea, regardless of its size, may not be … Read More