Monthly Archives: October 2015

Sacred Places. . . . Cordaba

This site has been a sacred site since ancient Roman times in Spain. It was a Roman Temple to the goddess Janus who was the double headed goddess. Next it was converted to a Christian church dedicated to St. Vincent … Continue reading

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A Walk Around the Park

Yesterday was an unexpected gift.  The temperature was around 70 degrees and it is almost Halloween in Upstate New York. The sky was blue and the the sun was streaming through the still colorful trees.  The most of the red … Continue reading

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Help for the Homeless in Dublin

Five modular housing sites for homeless families identified Dublin City Council report says 150-153 homes will be allocated to homeless A modular home, as part of an exhibition in Dublin. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw Olivia Kelly from irishtimes.com  Wed, Oct 28, … Continue reading

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Peaceful Transition of Leadership

Paul Ryan elected the youngest Speaker of  the House in 100 years with former speaker Boener.  from BBC This morning was a new beginning for the House of Representatives in Washington , DC. There were smiles and waves and a … Continue reading

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Water Wheels in Kerala, India

The history of Kerala begins  at 5000 BC with the European contact in 1498 and  Vasco Da Gama.  The British colonized this state. Kerala has the distinction of being the  only Communist state government in India as well as boasting … Continue reading

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Castel Sant’ Angelo

From Google Public Domain   If you asked my son today, many years after our times in Roma with groups of students, he would tell you that the Castel  was and is his favorite site.  He has a picture or … Continue reading

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Grandma at the Window

‘Grandma in the window’ shares special bond with students that goes beyond a wave by Alexandra Zaslow TODAY.com It has become a daily routine for the students on bus No. 7 in Arlington, Washington, to wave to the “grandma in … Continue reading

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