The Book Of Life

Live Your Dreams 24/7

Is it all over? That’s the end of life for you?
Why the hell would you say that? Not all is lost
Why, what happened? Did she leave you?
Did you lose your love? Is that all?

Close your eyes and let the heaviness settle
A few deep breaths and you will feel light
Move towards a new beginning, you can
Walk, unsteadily maybe but just walk forward

Because you are not just a chapter that ends
You are book which comes in series, that will go on

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Are you on Instagram?

COLLEGE MATE

Who are we kidding?
Of course you are!
Who isn’t these days?!

So Let’s Cut to the Chase

We’ve had a lot of fun on Twitter, really diving into the authentic college experience, by sharing the trials and triumphs of students along the way.

We’ve tip-toed through timelines, encouraging students to pull through that all-nighter, ditch that party to write their paper, and make the best of graduation day despite the sadness of separation from family and friends.

We’ve really enjoyed this, and would like to expand…

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France aims to have ‘driverless’ high-speed TGV trains by 2023

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SNCF will begin testing ‘drone train’ in 2019, though conductors will still be onboard to handle emergencies

from “TheVerge

France’s national railway operator aims to have autonomous high-speed TGV trains running by 2023, according to a report from FranceInfo. The train operator, known by the French acronym SNCF, will begin testing a prototype of its so-called “drone train” in 2019, FranceInfo reports.

 The new TGV train would be equipped with sensors that would allow it to detect obstacles and automatically brake, if necessary. The TGV, which reaches speeds of nearly 200mph, could be remotely piloted, though conductors will remain onboard in the short term to handle emergencies or unexpected events. SNCF President Guillaume Pepy tells Le Figaro that if the project is successful, SNCF would be the first operator in the world to run automated high-speed trains.

In an interview with FranceInfo, Matthieu Chabanel, the adjoint…

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