It is so much easier to stay where we are comfortable even if that place is one of tremendous pain, of sadness. It isn't so much that such a place is addicting, it's just that we know it so well. This and fear kept me in my place of sadness, actually, my place of misery for a long time. Maybe I sound like a broken record, sometimes, but, when I took a risk, just a tiny, tiny one to step out of my hell, it was the beginning of the end of my abusers death-lock grip. Take that tiny risk.
The first episode of Captain Pugwash aired on 22 October 1957. The children's animation was written, illustrated and produced by John Ryan. The bumbling Captain was brought to life by Peter Hawkins, who provided all the voices. The simple but beautifully crafted cartoon, with cut-out figures moved by cardboard levers, contributed to the overall charm of the programme, which is still fondly remembered years after it was last shown.
Instead of having laws controlling the population, each person has laws assigned to them specifically. Some people aren't allowed to murder, some aren't allowed to wear green. They forgot to tell you what you law was, but you're 47 and you still haven't broken it.
Narrow street of Haworth, West Yorkshire.Nestling just below the West Yorkshire moors,the beautiful village of Haworth is the jewel in the crown of the Worth Valley. Just to the north of Bradford,Haworth is internationally famous for its connections with the Brontë family, and the three sisters in particular. The majority of their famous works were written during the time they lived at the village Parsonage,whilst their father was parson at the nearby church of St. Michael and all the…
"Anger like I had never experienced engulfed me, red hot and furious, and before I knew it I was charging forward, afraid and unsure of everything except the overwhelming urge to protect somebody I cared about."