No matter how much we may think otherwise, everything we say and do has an impact on those around us. Since the challenge of others are not always apparent to us part of being a good human requires us to be mindful of other people. All of the time.
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My mom, Meredith from My Way Home Life, and I thought it would be fun to do a week-in-the-life post, so last week we took notes about what we did each day. I hope you find it interesting! Shae On Sunday, we got in quite a bit of relaxing. Church was canceled, morning and night, because […]
You can’t control the things that happen to you. A whole myriad of weird and wonderful stuff is occurring all of the time and you can easily get mixed up in it. Shying away from feedback and creating a negative thought pattern around it can disorientate you in the long-term. It’s a skill and probably […]
Colombian born filmmaker living in Dallas, TX. Director Statement Film is a tool with powerful transformation capabilities and I use it to generate change and impact by telling stories that matter, stories that can change the way we think. All for a better society.
This is a longish blog post….as if I have any other type lol! But I hope it reaches someone out there who may need to hear the same truths that God challenged me with, as uncomfortable as they maybe. Yesterday was a bit of a rough one around here and I really didn’t see it […]
Remember Jamari with the beautiful blue eyes? He has stopped by for a visit. He does spend a few minutes chatting with Sade but then he spots Yasmin and rushes to talk to her. Did they know each other already?! N matter how many times I have Sade try and talk to Jamari his attention […]
If you know me just a bit, you know that I am a color lover. Especially the bright colors make my heart bounce with joy, because I find them full of life and optimism. I have shared some collections of yellow, orange and lots of pink. I also collected colors in my city and tried […]
This is a movie that came out right when I was first getting in to Indian film, and I really liked it. It hasn’t held up super well as the years have gone by, but it is still fun and the central performances are still great. Even if the ending is a wee bit silly.
By Daisy Luther and J.G. Martinez D. If you want a totalitarian regime, you have to take extra steps to control the populace. And that’s just what Venezuela has done with the advent of a biometric ID called Carnet, loosely translated as The Fatherland Card. Carnet is closely related to the dystopian Chinese social credit […]
Manga whoopie for the disappoint. Futari Ecchi; seinen manga, Young Animal/ Young Animal Arashi (extra chapters only) by Katsu Aki, 74 Volumes, Hakusensha, January 1997 – present [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Futari_Ecchi ] WARNING: Adult themes and over-consideration of traditions of Japanese cartoon intimacy, including sex below the cut. Part 1 of x essays on limitations within Japanese […]
When you go to work & you bring your lunch it’s kind of a given that it for you & not for everyone else. You get up early, you make your sandwich you put your crackers in tiny little ziplocks. It’s a fucking process. Would I love to eat a PF Chang’s everyday? Ah, duh! […]
The road to war has many signposts along the way, even that small sign buried under weeds, squashed down by marching boots, that has scribbled on it, in haste, by a fleeing hand, “the lost path to peace”. But the US-NATO war alliance and its allies litter the road with threatening alarms, proclamations, and edicts, […]
Orlov is one of our favorite essayists on Russia and all sorts of other things. He moved to the US as a child, and lives in the Boston area. He is one of the better-known thinkers The New Yorker has dubbed ‘The Dystopians’ in an excellent 2009 profile, along with James Howard Kunstler, another regular contributor to RI (archive). These […]
My daughter, Shae (Teen, Meet God and Shae’s Days), and I thought it would be fun to record and share bits and pieces of our daily lives, as we enjoy reading those sorts of get-to-know-you-better posts. 🙂 We welcome your comments as always, friends! Meredith Sunday, February 10 What an unusual Sunday – icy roads […]