Don't know if this is true or not, however a relative of mine had someone posting some pretty bad things that appeared to be from her and it wasn't. So, if you see something posted from me that doesn't involve my kids, or my dog, or cooking at my store, Read More
Faces of Myanmar itinerary 10 days
Day trip from Jehan Numa Retreat in Yangon, Central Burma.
http://www.myanmardiscovery.com/trip-ideas/off-the-beaten-track/myanmar-off-the-beaten-track-tour-10-days/ Read More
Vung Tau has become a popular tourist destination to attract domestic and foreign tourists. If you have the opportunity to set foot in Vung Tau, you watch the sunset on the sea to love this city again.
Named after the "sea city", this place attracts tourists not only by the beautiful Read More
Tahitians use Monoi oil from birth. Newborn babies are slathered in the elixir rather than water during the first month of life. They continue to use it as a moisturizer over the years and their skin is GORGEOUS! It's produced by squeezing coconut pulp to get the oil, which is Read More
Robert L. Hunter and I have spent the week thus far communicating principles of Family Systems to a group of eager students. What a joy!
Thank you Bob for joining me on this regular and welcome Myanmar hiking tours- your collaboration makes it all the more appealing.
These pictures are taken at Read More
LA embraces me upon returning from Thailand:
Reconnecting with friends, good food, and FemJam
I loved seeing the practice of self care being brought into the conversation at FemJam this past Saturday.
What do you do for self care to prevent compassion exhaustion and burnout?
Also a suggestion was made to fight attacks on Read More
Finally!!! I've been waiting
to see this movie
FYI: I like those kind of movies
along with it's sequels since
2002 which that includes
the video games made by
Capcom too, just like how
I like all of the "Alien" & "Preadtor"
movies since 1992 also!!!
Not to mention Milla Jovovich's character Alice is almost like Sigourney Weaver's Read More
JP Sears and Brad Axelrad are on fire in this hilarious and insightful podcast. Brilliant on so many levels
Visit Old Navy - an online retailer that offers a variety of clothing, shoes and accessories for babies, kids, women and men. They make it easier to shop online with FREE shipping Read More
Dick Gregory, along with empowering families to come together to curb police brutality, his opposition to the Vietnam War, his stand against Apartheid, standing up for the rights of African Americans and Native Americans, he became active in the cause of world hunger and nutritional advocacy, as well as spiritual Read More
The overtly religious and complexity in Indian society which is riddled with numbers of faiths, castes, classes, languages, food habits, patriarchy, unique regional equations, individual strength and failings etc, has little or no room for liberals, atheists and agnostics of any religion.
Indian society doesn't actually know how to deal with Read More