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“I want you now”

Time to Reflect or just Rediscover romance this year by stealing away to one of these hot spots.

“Missing someone isn’t about how long since you’ve seen them or the amount of time you’ve talked to them. It’s about that very moment when you’re doing something and wishing they were right there with you….” Quote of the day 🙂

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Retreat and Spa, Vieques Island.

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Botswana safari. Rothschild Safaris

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The Romance Vacation Experience – Romance is about being swept away to a world far from the everyday stress of your busy life.
It’s about exotic scenery, romantic dinners and dancing under the stars. Whether you’re celebrating your honeymoon, learning to scuba dive together, or wandering through museums hand-in-hand, a romantic vacation can add a spark to your relationship.
Enjoy a city getaway with dinner out at a fabulous restaurant and tickets to a hot new show, or a relaxing week at a beach resort, with plenty of time for sunbathing, splashing in the surf, and walking hand-in-hand on the Beach.

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Maui Island Romantic Getaway

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Bali

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Renowned Caribbean destinations like Grand Cayman, Punta Cana and Anguilla offer short walks to white-sand beaches.

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Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. The Bilila Lodge Kempinski.

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The Nam Hai, Hoi An, Vietnam

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Disappear in Fiji and French Polynesia, The Turquoise waters of the Maldives or the Seychelles Secluded private Islands in the South Pacific and our tempted camp resorts in Africa, India, Thailand, Australia and the Indian Ocean Region.

AMAZING GRACE

William Wilberforce (24 August 1759 – 29 July 1833) was a British politician, a philanthropist and a leader of the movement to abolish the slave trade. A native of Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, he began his political career in 1780 and became the independent Member of Parliament for Yorkshire (1784–1812). In 1785, he underwent a conversion experience and became an evangelical Christian, resulting in major changes to his lifestyle and a lifelong concern for reform. In 1787, he came into contact with Thomas Clarkson and a group of anti-slave-trade activists, including Granville Sharp, Hannah More and Charles Middleton. They persuaded Wilberforce to take on the cause of abolition, and he soon became one of the leading English abolitionists. He headed the parliamentary campaign against the British slave trade for twenty-six years until the passage of the Slave Trade Act 1807.

William Wilberforce Statue

Wilberforce was convinced of the importance of religion, morality, and education. He championed causes and campaigns such as the Society for Suppression of Vice, British missionary work in India, the creation of a free colony in Sierra Leone, the foundation of the Church Mission Society and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. His underlying conservatism led him to support politically and socially repressive legislation, and resulted in criticism that he was ignoring injustices at home while campaigning for the enslaved abroad.

In later years, Wilberforce supported the campaign for the complete abolition of slavery, and continued his involvement after 1826, when he resigned from Parliament because of his failing health. That campaign led to the Slavery Abolition Act 1833, which abolished slavery in most of the British Empire; Wilberforce died just three days after hearing that the passage of the Act through Parliament was assured. He was buried in Westminster Abbey, close to his friend William Pitt.

Wilberforce still plodded on with only a handful of supporters.

“A change of tactics, which involved introducing a bill to ban British subjects from aiding or participating in the slave trade to the French colonies, was advised by maritime lawyer James Stephen in early 1806. It was a smart move, as the majority of the ships were, in fact, now flying under American flags and were manned by British crews, sailing out of Liverpool. The new Foreign Slave Trade Act was quickly passed and the tactic proved successful. The new legislation effectively prohibited two-thirds of the British slave trade. This was in part enabled by Lord Nelson’s victory at the Trafalgar which had given Britain the sea power to ensure that any ban could be enforced.”

The tactic should proceed as follows:

1. The public will be made aware that actual infanticide is going on in these killing places. Abortionists will be prosecuted.
2. A variety of other health and medical code violations in these killing chains will be publicized. Abortionists will be prosecuted.
3. Public sentiment against abortions of viable unborn children will rise as stories of premature birth success stories are published.
4. State by state, second and third trimester abortions will be outlawed as infanticide.
5. State by state, abortion can be pushed back to the original intent of Roe v. Wade, which is to limit abortion to the less than three percent of all abortions currently procured for the so-called “exceptions.”
6. A Constitutional Amendment banning all abortion will be enacted.

http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/REwilberforce.htm

http://www.brycchancarey.com/abolition/wilberforce.htm

* Thank you Mr. Wilberforce for a life of dedication and for others around the world who fought against injustice.Humans are created equal.We are all Divine creation. Love , Peace and Harmony.People like Wilberforce make a difference in the world.

This movie is educational,the photography is very sharp.A big 5 star rating for all who helped produce such an amazing Masterpiece.