Rage Against the Machine Day 3 by Karuna Poole

Creating Light in the Darkness by Karuna Poole of Living, Learning and Letting Go I’ve watched and read more news in the last two years than in the rest of my life combined. I feel almost compelled to keep informed about what is going on in my country, and to some extent in the world. …

Portraits of India

         

Life on the Tracks

I spent some time riding the rails of India recently.  As a photographer, it is a great place to be; the crush of humanity just waiting to be captured.   Where do you go when you’re looking for inspiration?

Your Tropical Paradise Comes With Calluses

Amma’s Indian Tour Recap:  A cook’s perspective Eleven buses, three big rigs, twenty cars, one ambulance, and one camper.  That is how many vehicles it takes to haul all the necessities, including volunteer staff, for an Amma tour in India. While all who come for the programs are immersed in the bliss of Amma’s embrace, …

Last Seen: 26/9/2012, 8:28 am – by Levantine

I wrote this story on the memorial of my beloved one, Maya Naser, a journalist who was martyred on 26/9/2012, but I didn’t then have the courage or the strength to share it. Last seen:  26/9/2012 8:28 am That’s what is written on his WhatsApp profile, but for me he was last seen at 24/9/2012 …

The Growth of a Natural – Featured Artists: Aleksandra Kerzhentceva

You may have noticed, over the last few months, the major upgrade in the quality of the art and pictures featured here.  That is thanks to a new friend that I am happy to introduce to you today.

The Blogger’s Way

For we are a mad blend desperate for attention creating a haven that makes kings out of laymen; creating new worlds inside the minds of the seekers, so as not to rest in reality’s bleakness. Though it’s true that there’s no fee on dignity, we’re wrapped around a system of desperation. Like a thief pressed …