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Self Sufficiency. Spanish couple have lived alone in La Estrella village for 45 years. Spaniards Juan Martin and Sinforosa Colomer have lived alone for 45 yearsThe couple are the only inhabitants of a small, abandoned rural townLocated near Valencia in eastern Spain, it was once home to 200 peopleHe said he would have left the town years ago if his wife had wanted toBut she was born and grew up in the town, and she refuses to leaveThe couple spend their days looking after animals and taking care of crops By Corey Charlton for MailOnline Published: 09:40 GMT, 5 November 2015 | Updated: 18:58 GMT, 5 November 2015 When the Spanish Civil War tore through Spain in 1936, thousands of people fled the country's rural towns for the cities in search of work.

Spanish couple have lived alone in La Estrella village for 45 years

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7 Reasons the 21st Century is Making You Miserable

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Great Leadership, before being a way to walk, is first a potential to realize.

5 Most Ignored Principles Of Great Leadership

There are five principles from which a good Leader turns into Great. Five very powerful statements one must accept, experience and integrate so that the Humanist within becomes the voice of the Leader and the steps he walks becomes the embodiment of the Wisdom he owns. Here is a list with the 5 most ignored principles of Great Leadership and yet, like a 5 pointed star, this list displays the 5 pillars that hold the space for Leadership to be extraordinary. 1). Integrity means to be willing to be misunderstood The Human Being is unique in every way. 2).

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7Life System: The Simple Structure That Will Change Your Life

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