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family

Taking selfies with your (long) dead relatives

An app is being developed in South Korea that can create avatars of your dead relatives. It then lets you speak to the avatars and take selfies with them. Yet another step towards replacing the real with the fake, if… Continue reading →

Lion

A few days ago, I went to the cinema and saw this beautiful film in VO! Let’s watch the trailer: In center of India, a woman lost his son Saroo as he was looking for food with his older brother… Continue reading →

Harry Potter: To share or not to share. (A play in one act?)

Act 1, Scene 1: Emmanuelle is reading “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”. Jean-Marc is reading a newspaper but from time to time he takes a look at his wife. He seems impatient. Jean-Marc: Is it interesting ? Emmanuelle is… Continue reading →

Would you do this to your child?

Mom goals!

You never listen to me!

Now, it’s a common complaint, isn’t it? Wives often complain that their husbands don’t listen to them, or if they do, they only hear what they want to hear… but how true is it? Any personal experiences?

What Grandfather had on him when he died…

Here is a photo someone has posted on the Internet of what his Grandfather had on him when he died. “My Grandfather died suddenly from a heart attack in 1946. These are the items he had in his possession when… Continue reading →

Never give up: father’s dream

So what do you think of the dad’s dream and his perseverance? Note: This is the first post in the “never give up” series. In addition to making comments, you’re welcome to contribute posts to this series.

The man is the head of the family

Following up on your comments on Brigitte’s post (the changing Iranian society), especially the comments by Reza and Monique, here is an excerpt from the film My Big Fat Greek Wedding. The father, the indisputable head of the family, is… Continue reading →

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