This is my third week of Thanksgiving November 2016, a challenge in which I share what I’m thankful for this year. In midst of one of the most divise elections in the US, I realized how grateful I am that I can speak my mind freely without severe consequences. Usually, this is how “free speech” happens…… Continue reading Thanksgiving November: My Freedom
Last week I heard lots of opinions and passionate speeches and rants about the Syrian refugees coming here, and along with that, the topic of terrorism. So I decided to share how I feel. I feel over-the-top, overwhelmingly, never-felt-this-way ANGRY. I have so much rage inside of me. Rage that’s not directed at anyone or…… Continue reading Refugees
This is a variety of views on the events of last Friday. My heart still goes out to all that are mourning and under attack. Bloggers in France, Lebanon, and beyond share their stories, analyses, and art after a week of violence. Source: “Don’t be who ISIS wants you to be”: Bloggers on Paris and Beirut… Continue reading “Don’t be who ISIS wants you to be”: Bloggers on Paris and Beirut
This was published on my previous blog, Paradox Sisters, on 5/16/2015. At least that’s what Beth Green tells me… In an article for Huffington Post, Beth Green wrote about how wrong we are in interpreting the Bible and other sacred texts (Read the article HERE). First, let me give you some background on the lady:…… Continue reading You’re Not Reading Correctly…
This was published in my previous blog, Paradox Sisters, on 5/3/2015. It was National Decision Day for high school seniors on Friday. It inspired me to write about how much I love community colleges. I was at the top of my class in high school, with a high GPA, honors, awards, and all the works. Going…… Continue reading I Love Community Colleges!