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    Disconnect to Connect

    We live in an increasingly technological world, and it has been proven beneficial during this pandemic. It has allowed companies to conduct business from the comfort of their homes and shoppers to order food and clothing online. Brick-and-mortar businesses have felt the effect of not having an online presence, and many are plunging into bankruptcy […]
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    We Say, “Thank You!”

    It has been 43 years since the Universal Church began. 43 difficult years. Years of struggle, hardships, challenges and injustices. Although there has been a lot of pain, the goal has always been the same – the souls – and this has made the toil worthwhile. From city centres and high streets to the depths […]
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    A 113-year-old woman has already made history!

      As the oldest woman in Spain, she is now setting more records and has officially become the country’s oldest coronavirus survivor. Maria Branyas was born on 4 March 1907 and diagnosed with COVID-19 in April 2020. A spokesman said her battle with the virus started shortly after her family visited on her birthday to celebrate […]
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    The importance of having someone to open your heart to

    24h Helpline: 020 7686 6000 Due to the social isolation during the quarantine period, loneliness has put a huge  psychological pressure on thousands of people. The psychological impact caused by the new coronavirus pandemic has been an “avalanche” in many people’s lives. Whether it is due to the stress caused by the media or the […]
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    Keep calm during the isolation period with these 7 tips

    Many people are anxious and stressed about the possibility of staying at home indefinitely. If this is your case, read the suggestions below: 1. Keep your usual routine Keep doing the things you used to do as much as possible. Wake up at your usual time, follow your morning hygiene routine, get dressed and eat […]
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    The Mountain of the Impossible

    For decades, historians, archaeologists and theologians have had conflicting theories about the location of various historical sites – especially in the Middle East, a region marked by centuries of war, where cities were destroyed, rebuilt or reshaped countless times. In the case of these populous places, the multitude of evidence about them helps guide scholars […]
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