Again this week there are reasons to celebrate. The days are slowly overtaking the dark nights. Birds sing for the arrival of the last flowers of winter. In six months the soldiers of the PLA can get in their swimsuits. Amputees can still admire the world with their eyes. Pollution is so beautiful to look at, so colorful. The poor people on the lost islands of India simply made the wrong choice to be born there. They just wanted to be near the sea.
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