Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Reunion

  I have always heard that it is impossible to  “go home.”  Obviously, this is a metaphor for the years and wisdom and growth each of us  has lived,  making it impossible to return to the beginning.  But  on reunion … Continue reading

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Ahmedabad Heritage Video

  This is the newest in the videos about Ahmedabad where we were and will be located in India. When Mr. Modi was the Chief Minster of this state, he had a series of videos produced showing  tourist sites in … Continue reading

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Music Monday East Meets West Rani Taj

Rani Taj is a British Pakistani dhol player from Birmingham. The dhol is a double headed drum played throughout the Indian subcontinent. Happy Monday!  

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“We Know Jimmy’s Free. He’s Finally Free” John Foley,Father

You Know How James Foley Died. This Is How He Lived. HuffPost  | By Carina Kolodny & Damon Dahlen Posted: 08/22/2014 5:54 pm EDT Updated: 08/22/2014 6:59 pm EDT When we think of James Wright Foley now, one image is seared … Continue reading

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An Indian Dream House?

Namaste:  This post  drew lots of discussion last year when it was first posted. I am interested in hearing  the comments of bloggers new to my site. Magazines are filled with pictures of the  homes of the rich and famous. … Continue reading

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James Foley, Son, Photographer, Martyr, and Hero

Seeing this interview with  James’ extraordinary parents gives me  an idea of their son’s character and heart.  One person, no matter the shortness of time they live, can make a significant difference  on others’ lives.  His work on this earth … Continue reading

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The Truth about Elephant Artists. . . . . .

Elephants, as do lions, have two spies, African and Asian.  The males are the largest living land mammals who can also swim using their trunk as a snorkel to  breathe.  In fact there is a theory in Scotland that the … Continue reading

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