I guess I can consider myself a movie star now, even if The Brothel Project is the only film I ever star in. I don’t know if I’ve ever been as nervous as I was in the moments just before the movie started, having not been allowed to see it before its debut on January 31 at the Victoria Film Festival.
“Who are you going to pray to? Those bearded guys with the towels on their heads?” he sneered … I wanted to punch that kid in the face. “Hey, I can pray to whoever I want!”
The book Olive Kitteridge inspires reflections on “what it means to be human”, the power of words, and a broken stained glass window.
The first thing we can do for Haiti, besides giving the crisis support already occurring, is to push for wealthy nations who prospered from colonialism for two, three, four hundred years, to put an end to any debt schemes currently hog-tieing the Haitian government.
Life As A Human has begun! We hope you visit often and provide us with feedback and new ideas born of that wonderful quality called human creativity.
In his Notes on a Crisis, Steven Erikson, best-selling author of Malazan Book of the Fallen series, writes about moving from Canada to the UK, his archeological adventures in Mongolia, and his dicey encounter with goat’s head soup.
Charisma is no longer magic, it’s measurable. So will the winner keep winning if the rest of us can now study her secrets to success? The playing field’s been leveled.
As far as I know, I am a human. Last time I had an MRI, nobody saw anything alien in my body — or at least nothing that worried them. My blood tests don’t raise eyebrows. It appears my human-ness is valid. But how do I really know?
Are media people — the journalists, filmmakers and others — the magi of our time? Bill Weaver explores how to re-ignite the power that each of us has to create change.
A journey is often repeated in our minds. As travelers, we continue to learn (and experience the journey) well after the trip is over as writer Sandra Phinney learned after her trip to Senegal in Africa.