Ode to Terra Firma
I’ve been back on land for over two weeks now and I have to honestly say I’ve never been happier to be home! I guess deep…Read article
Life Lessons From My One Year Old Guru
For the past couple of months, I’ve been living with a one year old. The first time we met was during month two and three of…Read article
Ramadan: A Time Of Critical Reflection And Courageous Truth Telling
Terry* readers, yesterday I began a month long journey through a mental, physical and emotional detox program. Not to worry, I’ll still be online chatting and…Read article
Dear France: I want to be friends, I really do. But you’re making it so very hard, and I’m starting to get the feeling you don’t like me very much.
You know that part in the Harry Potter books where Harry is in Dumbledore’s office and he sees the Pensieve on his desk? And he leans…Read article
Help! I think I have a bad case of travel fever.
I love love love travel. I love the details: stamps in my passport, picking the book I’m going to read on the plane, and planning my…Read article
Joie de vivre, and the art of living fabulously (or an ingredient list to creating social change)
Terry readers, I’ve been bursting to tell you a story all weekend. (And I’m home sick today, which just goes to show you should never let…Read article
The Kind of Random Chat I’m Always Glad To Have.
By Shagufta Pasta,
When your involvement is very visible and public, it is easy to consider the work that you do to be momentous. Important. To think of yourself…Read article