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Share Your Success Story to Inspire Others Today

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Everyone has a success story for the world to hear. You are invited to share your Success story with the world. If you someone with a success story tell them to visit this blog. Thank you for trying to make this world a more positive place to live. All it takes is one success story for a person to get inspired enough to change his or her life for the better. Your story may be that story which can change one person's life.

Letter of Invitation to Share Your Success Story with the World 2013
  You are invited to share your story of Success with the World. There are so many people in the world who have given up hope of succeeding in life due to their own limiting beliefs and circumstances. These broken people in the world today need to read stories of a person like yourself who has made a mark in your field of endeavour and who is making a positive difference in the world today.   I would like to have the honour of sharing your life and success story with the world today.   Kindly send m…

Publish Your Success Story

You can publish your success story on the Publish Success blog.
If you, a family member, a relative or a friend have a success story to share you are welcome to send in your entry by email for posting on the Publish Success blog.
Email your Success story to wbrown070@aol.com

Your success story can be an inspiration for someone else in the world and it could change someone's life for the better.
If you want to change the world, share your success story with the world today.

Publish Success

Poem: The Kingdom of Snow

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An original poem on the Kingdom of Snow by Poet and Amazon published author Warren Brown.

Kingdom of Snow

Anglo-Indians "Blending Into" Indian Society

Anglo-Indians in India have no alternative but to adapt and try to blend into Indian culture. Anglo-Indians are timid of standing out in Indian society. Anglo-Indian women ( like my Mum and my wife and all the other women of the community had to start wearing the salwar kameez) were also open to humiliation and ridicule by Indian men if they wore blouses, dresses and skirts. I recall several incidents of having elbowed out of the way, Indian men who would come out of their way to walk into my mother and my wife. Wearing the salwar kameez and trying to speak the lingo is just one of the ways which Anglos in India have to adapt in order to "blend in" to Indian society. Anglo-Indians in India and abroad are nervous of revealing their humble origins. There are still large numbers of Anglo-Indians in India and all across the globe who are still proud of being Anglo-Indian(in their own homes and in groups) and the race is not dying out, it is just disappearing from public view. I …

Is the Anglo-Indian Community Disappearing?

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A product of the British Empire, with a mixture of Western and Indian names, customs and complexions, 2,000 Anglo-Indians are to attend a reunion in Calcutta. But their communities in both the UK and the subcontinent are disappearing, writes Anglo-Indian Kris Griffiths.Read more...
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-20857969