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History of Key West and the Iguana

When we first moved here before the hurricane hit, we lived at Key by the Sea, which the neighbors and staff were very friendly, I miss living there because of the neighbors, the rec room, and again the people who lived there where great, very neighborly to say the least, anyway although I was told […]

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The Nature Versus Nurture Debate

By James Sale  |   Submitted On March 29, 2018 A friend of mine recently had a debate with their partner and discovered they had very different views: one, thinking that all beliefs and values come down to one’s upbringing and surroundings. The other, thinking that whilst ‘upbringing’ is a contributory factor, there were people they knew […]

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Butterfly Symbol Meaning in Feng Shui and Chinese Culture

By Susan Wong  |   Submitted On January 30, 2011 In China, butterfly has been a popular symbol for centuries. The butterfly is called ‘hu tieh’ in Mandarin language. The word ‘tieh’ translates as seventy years, and because of this the animals are taken as a symbol of long life. Butterfly to the Chinese also represents love, […]

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