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"And this I dreamt, and this I dream, and some time this I will dream again, and all will be repeated, all be re-embodied. You will dream everything I have seen in dream. 

To one side from ourselves, to one side from the world. Wave follows wave to break on the shore, on each wave is a star, a person, a bird. Dreams, reality, death - on wave after wave. 

No need for a date: I was, I am, and I will be. Life is a wonder of wonders, and to wonder I dedicate myself, on my knees, like an orphan, alone - among mirrors - fenced in by reflections: cities and seas, iridescent, intensified. 
A mother in tears takes a child on her lap".



The date of April 14 is marked by the birthday of an amazing person who contributed a huge amount of her efforts to the development of the Organization - former MUNRFE Executive Director [id5073251|Ms. Elena Kiseleva].

Dear Elena, MUNRFE warmly congratulates you on your Birthday and wishes you even more bright moments in your life than you currently have. Grow up in the professional sphere, be among goal-oriented and committed people as you are, shine as a star of diplomacy. We sincerely wish you marvelous trips and discoveries. Enjoy this amazing and fresh day!



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Song: All The Things You Are
Artist: Ella Fitzgerald
Album: Best of the Song Books: The Collection
Release Date: Sep 24, 1996
Recording Date: Feb 7, 1956 - Oct 1964
Genre: Vocal
Composer: Oscar II Hammerstein / Jerome Kern

All the things you are is a song composed by Jerome Kern, with lyrics written by Oscar Hammerstein II. It was later featured in the film Broadway Rhythm (1944) and was performed during the opening credits and as a recurring theme for the romantic comedy A Letter for Evie (1945). It was used in the 2005 film Mrs. Henderson Presents starring Judi Dench.