Our heart aches – not from regret, but from the memory of what was.
Archives for October 2016
We loved our earlier visits to Punta Cana but we were enchanted by Puerto Plata and the opportunity to enjoy its excellent wide, sandy beaches (among the best in the Caribbean) and wonderful mountain views, but also the many attractions beyond our Iberostar resort.
A group of Seattle tech veterans recently released a proposal to introduce a driverless ribbon of highway I-5 stretching from Seattle to Vancouver they are calling “The Cascadia Corridor.” The suggested plan released by Madrona venture Group, could be phased in over a decade and could allow self-driving vehicles in dedicated car-pool lanes in off-peak hours to start.
Barcelona is Spain’s top tourist destination and for good reason, its art and architecture rivals that of any other great European city… a thriving and evolving cultural centre, there is something for everyone in Barcelona.
You’re looking to broaden your experience by visiting somewhere different and do things that you’ve not done before. Enter Turkey. This country with its city of Istanbul which stands at the gateway where East meets West has much to offer anyone who comes here on a spiritual retreat or soul-searching journey. Here are a few suggestions.
Without the benefits of medical research, the human lifespan would be much shorter than it is today. In order to continue making medical breakthroughs, we must find ways to fund and support research of diseases and cures.
Beings and versions of us who are calling out to be heard, no matter how small the sound might feel, amid the noise of it all … calling out for someone to notice … to hear and listen and respond, with simple kindness. To interrupt the rude, and to stop the ride, and to pause on the timeline.
These symbols appear distinctly pagan, consisting of linear figures, similar or identical to Viking runes or pagan Lithuanian ideograms.
The New York City of America’s Midwest, not only is Chicago dynamic, but its residents are the most welcoming of any major American city… our three-day visit only scratched the city’s surface.
A result of the very long unpaid or inadequately paid period of apprenticeship, during which survival is dependent on adhering closely to programs established at the higher levels of the hierarchy, is training in avoiding independent thought, especially avoiding noticing when the results of research are not serving the general public.