When I leave

Nguyễn Thị Phương Trâm

A poem in Vietnamese by Nguyễn Đình Toàn

Translator: Nguyễn Thị Phương Trâm

When I leave

When I leave I’ll leave for the dark fog

Into the flesh the fog seeps the poison of death

Our homeland descent in goodbyes divided

Where to the tearful message

When I leave I hope to forget the love far gone

Hope they’ll find their destination

Us in parting, we’re parting heaven ripping apart the sea

Left is how many markings of yearning

The moon shall be cold alone from now on

Life around the waterfall through the rapids

The spirit like a mirror shattered into pieces

A vessel from now on far from docking

When I leave as blood bled outside of the heart

In all corners of the world the prayers

May our homeland wakeup from its torpor

So joy be in…

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Peaceful Mind

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Anything that decides our day depends on how we start our day at our home, and how we started thinking as soon as we wake up. Therefore, a peaceful mind and a harmonious homely environment are as important as Churches and Temples that leave everyone in peace and ease.

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The cost of Orban′s pro-Russian policy offers nothing to win but much to lose | Europe | News and current affairs from around the continent | DW | 18.08.2022

So although the benefits to Hungary of Orban’s pro-Russian stance are highly questionable, all of the above indicates it is unlikely that Hungary’s stance on Russia will move any closer to that of its increasingly frustrated Western allies.

And quite apart from the usual criticism from EU institutions and the United States about rule of law issues that have already cemented Hungary’s image as the EU’s problem child, the Hungarian government’s stance on Russia is costing it its most important ally: the Polish Law and Justice (PiS) government.

Deteriorating relations in Visegrad Group

According to Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, the paths of the two countries have diverged. Even Orban is now talking about saving cooperation for after the war.

Hungary’s other two Visegrad allies, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, were already turning away from the Hungarian government before the war; the latter’s pro-Russian stance has only served to exacerbate their differences.

Source: The cost of Orban′s pro-Russian policy offers nothing to win but much to lose | Europe | News and current affairs from around the continent | DW | 18.08.2022

WHO recommends new Ebola treatments | News | DW | 19.08.2022

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday said two existing treatments significantly reduced deaths from the Ebola virus, which has killed thousands in Africa and elsewhere.

The organization recommended that the treatments be given to people of all ages. It said that this had “revolutionized” the treatment of the often-fatal disease.

What does the WHO recommend for Ebola treatment?

The WHO has recommended the use of two monoclonal antibodies, Ebanga (mAb114) and Inmazeb (REGN-EB3).

Janet Diaz, head of the WHO Health Emergencies Programme’s clinical management unit, said studies showed that the two treatments significantly reduced mortality.

She said the use of the new drugs could save 230-400 lives for every 1,000 infections, depending on the standard of care.

The organization said the two treatments were appropriate for older people, pregnant and breastfeeding people, children and newborns.

“Patients should receive recommended neutralizing monoclonal antibodies as soon as possible after laboratory confirmation of diagnosis,” the UN health agency said in a statement.

Source: WHO recommends new Ebola treatments | News | DW | 19.08.2022

He’s Well! + Book Love x 5 + Podcast 44: Incredible India by Niks

Happiness Between Tails by da-AL

Blog headline over book covers and photo of Khashayar and da-AL.


Click H-E-R-E for my new podcast page at AnchorFM. This week’s episode is the audio version of Incredible India by Niks.

At the Happiness Between Tails podcast page, you’ll also find links to subscribe, hear, and share it via most any platform, from Spotify and Apple Podcasts, to Google Podcasts and Pocket Casts, along with RadioPublic and Castbox and Stitcher and more, plus an RSS feed. The full list of 50+ places is at LinkTree.

Thanks, everyone, for your kind thoughts for my husband’s speedy recovery. For anyone who missed last week’s post, Khashayar had Covid.

Fortunately, six days later, he tested negative and no one else in our home came down with it. His experience was along the lines of an awful cold. For the last bit, each day he’s coughing less and has more energy, definitely on the mend. We thank…

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