Dressale International New Year Giveaway

How are you starting this 2014? Are you still sticking to your New Year’s resolutions or have given up this early? Have you done/achieved some things in your bucket list already? However you want to live out the first month of 2014 is up to you, but I hope this January brings you a fresh start to have a better and happier life. To celebrate the first item to be ticked off in my bucket list, I am sharing you yet another amazing giveaway here on Impressions of a Princess. That’s the third I am having for this month! Read Read More …

Whose Innocence?

Early this month, a trailer of Innocence of Muslims, an anti-Islam film, was posted in YouTube which sparked protests from different parts of the globe – from Middle East, Africa, and Asia. The 14-minute video was a mockery of Islam’s prophet Mohammed who was shown to be “a homosexual son of undetermined patrimony, who rises to advocate child slavery and extramarital sex, for himself, in the name of religion” according to Wall Street Journal. As a result, many Muslims around the world were enraged with the insult given to their messiah. The film triggered riots, protests and even violence in Read More …

67th year of Nagasaki Atomic Bombing

I realize the tragic significance of the atomic bomb… It is an awful responsibility which has come to us… We thank God that it has come to us, instead of to our enemies; and we pray that He may guide us to use it in His ways and for His purposes. —President Harry S Truman, August 9, 1945 On August 9, 1945 at 11:02 AM, American B-29 Superfortress Bockscar dropped Fat Man, an atomic bomb containing a core of 6.4 kilograms of plutonium, in an industrial valley in Nagasaki, Japan. This was in relation to United States Potsdam Declaration – threatening Japan Read More …