Monthly Archives: October 2010

The ACTIVE struggle for change … A lesson from the Dalai Lama’s Visit

I was happy to be able to see the 14th Dalai Lama speak on “Human Approaches to World Peace” yesterday (October 22nd, 2010) and thought I would relay some of his message in the context of other work I recently … Continue reading

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Khalil Gibran’s Lebanon

Dedicated to my dearest Lebanese friends! You Have Your Lebanon, I Have Mine by¬† Khalil Gibran You have your Lebanon and its dilemma. I have my Lebanon and its beauty. Your Lebanon is an arena for men from the West … Continue reading

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Sun in my mouth… Fate and Faith

I was inspired to write about Fate after listening to the song “Sun in My Mouth” by Bjork, which is largely taken from the poem “I Will Wade Out” by e.e. cummings. I Will Wade Out by E. E. Cummings … Continue reading

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