Monthly Archives: February 2015

333 Slaves Rescued in Second Largest Operation in IJM History

International Justice Mission is doing such wonderful work all over the world, but of late  they have been especially successful in India.  The new government has been very open  inviting IJM  to  join Indian  attorneys, social workers, and the police. … Continue reading

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Speaking Truth to Power

I have had this video for a while, but want to post it now. I read in the last couple of days that 65%  of the American public want troops on the ground. to fight Isiis.  These are  difficult revelations … Continue reading

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Sarkhez Roza

  Amdavad has long been an  economic and cultural center and is known for her hospitality and the spirit of enterprise of her people.   Another important  aspect of Amdavad is the architecture of glory and worship  with Gandhi Ashram, … Continue reading

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Top 10 Most Beautiful Cities in the World 2014

These are  beautiful images for your eyes today.  Now,  I want to plan trips to Australia and Brazil ! This is the Incredible World Where  We Live! What do you think of the list?   Anyone have additions or  corrections? … Continue reading

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On the Road with Royd in Rajasthan

On our Rajasthan trip, Royd road shotgun in the bus so as to be able to take some of his amazing images. And he has been so gracious to give me his images of people and  some architecture, too. Yesterday … Continue reading

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Fort at Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India. . . . . and Connections. . . .

  Jaisalmer Fort is one of the largest fortifications in the world. It is listed as a World Heritage Sites  and is located in the heart of the ancient city of Jailsalmer. It was built  nearly a thousand years ago … Continue reading

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What This Tree Has Seen. . . . . . .

Left to right: Cassie, Matt, August, and Jennifer I am including my former posts on this Banyan Tree and Adalaj Vav.  This is one of my favorite sties on the outskirts of Amdavad and part of the filming that the … Continue reading

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Monday Music, “Falling Slowly” from “Once”, the film

This is not a current film. but was out in 2007 and I thought a good contrast to “50 Shades of Grey) which was just released.  “Once ”  touched me on several levels.  The music  is a haunting and a … Continue reading

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Cricket World Cup Fever. . . . . from Down Under

  The World Cup series in Cricket has begun !  Today for my part of the world the meeting of India and Pakistan on the field of a cricket match was a very big deal. Such a better competion and … Continue reading

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Bono on America. . . . .

  Yesterday, it was upsetting to realize and post that America is #49 in the world as far as freedom of speech. Today, be encouraged by Bono , the U2 front-man. With all we seem to be doing that is … Continue reading

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