Monthly Archives: September 2016

War Timeline of Nuclear Neighbors, Pakistan and India

General Singh  reviews his troops in India.  My Indian filmmaker friend Chandresh Bhatt  messaged me last night with this news. We were surprised that it had not been more visible in the  news  here. Yesterday, the news was about the … Continue reading

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Alcohol In Predominately Hindu India

World One of India’s most-populous states recently banned alcohol. Mayhem ensued. Praveen Kumar, in a white sleeveless vest, says he is too afraid to a drink since prohibition started in April. His wife, Sumedhi Kumar, is part of a women’s … Continue reading

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Proud to Be An Indian

I wish we could make this pledge in America, too!

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Dog Food at the Food Pantry?

The last two Mondays volunteering at Concerns-U, the food pantry,  most of my work was dividing up some 50 pound bags of pet food into three pound bags.    You might be surprised as I was the first time learn … Continue reading

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Faith in Sedona

Most people would think of New Age Religion  with an  empathizes on nature  when questioned about  faith in Sedona, vortexes, crystals, and the red rocks.  There are many Crystal Shops and New Age card reading.  But it is the magnificent … Continue reading

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Restaurants in Tlaquepaque

This is The Secret Garden where I had one very special meal while living in Arizona.  My two oldest and first friends from growing up until today, Mary and Page came to spend  several  days in the Valley of the … Continue reading

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A Little Piece of Old Mexico in Sedona, Arizona

No need to drive south to Mexico when you can spend a day in Tlaquepaque in Sedona, Arizona.  For my nonspeaking Spanish speakers, the name means “the best of everything.” When Abe Miller, a Nevada businessman, began  to fulfill his … Continue reading

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