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#Alfredo Jesus of light on the sea in Algroli


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEIZcokwxfQ&list=RDILRCfeITBns&index=2 Baby, I see this world has made you sad Some people can be bad The things they do, the things they say But baby, I'll wipe away those bitter tears I'll chase away those restless fears That turn your blue skies into grey Why worry, there should be laughter after the pain There should be sunshine after rain These things have always been the same So why worry now Why worry now Baby, when I get down I turn to you And you make sense of what I do I know it isn't hard to say But baby, just when this world seems mean and cold Our love comes shining red and gold And all the rest is by the way Why worry, there should be laughter after pain There should be sunshine after rain These things have always been the same So why worry now Why worry now I Loved You Before I Was Born I loved you before I was born. It doesn’t make sense, I know....See more

    • Tran Thi Diem Chau  Ngôn ngữ trái tim tư tưởng nào hiểu được tình yêu mà Thượng Đế ban cho loài người bao la... 18:08 21/02/2020
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-You don't seem like a bad guy.

-That's what makes me good at it.


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CORONAVIRUS có biến thể và chúng ta phải sống chung với nó.
(Gs Dịch tễ học Nguyễn Văn Tuấn- Viện Nghiên cứu Y khoa Garvan, Úc)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kz54wBKi2c



    • Tran Thi Diem Chau  VN không được quan tâm? 11:53 20/02/2020
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China Is the Real Sick Man of Asia By Walter Russell Mead Feb. 3, 2020 A Chinese woman wears a protective mask in Beijing, Feb. 3. Photo: Kevin Frayer/Getty Images The mighty Chinese juggernaut has been humbled this week, apparently by a species-hopping bat virus. While Chinese authorities struggle to control the epidemic and restart their economy, a world that has grown accustomed to contemplating China’s inexorable rise was reminded that nothing, not even Beijing’s power, can be taken for granted. We do not know how dangerous the new coronavirus will be. There are signs that Chinese authorities are still trying to conceal the true scale of the problem, but at this point the virus appears to be more contagious but considerably less deadly than the pathogens behind diseases such as Ebola or SARS—though some experts say SARS and coronavirus are about equally contagious. China’s initial response to the crisis was less...See more

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