“Silence is something that must be found within.”
I went to a Black Lives Matter protest in San Diego, Saturday morning on June 6th; it was organized by a first-time activist and proud LBGTN member Charles Brownie. The protest emphasized peacefulness, and the undercurrent of LBGTN allowed for an intriguing collection of gay, black speakers. The speakers all took turns sharing their stories,…
Quarantine was a medicine I did not want to take, but it has become an elixir of rest that I had forgotten how to brew.
Time in quarantine feels nonsensical. How can we infuse meaning back into our days– and reclaim our 2020?
I am in South Korea now. I actually should be in New Orleans, but delayed my flight to April 20th. I was going to be a part-time volunteer intern before getting a job, but got an email two days ago that New Orleans became another hotspot for covid-19. I really haven’t expected New Orleans to…
COVID-19 is the world’s wildfire—it is touching every inch of the land, spreading in every direction without rhythm or reason, and devastating families.
Pattern breaking contrasts with the status quo, which in turn causes you to think about the situation, concept, or problem in a different way. However, when you constantly break patterns, you lose a comparison point; you cannot find the normal, balance point, on the scale of possible reactions.
“We have been told to be reasonable and rational, and it didn’t work. Now, it is Mapuche way.”
“Morocco is the most beautiful country in the world. Because why? Because we have everything: two oceans, mountains, deserts, fresh water, and sunshine. What more do humans need?”
“All religion, they asking the same thing. Don’t do bad to human. That’s it, this is the thing. Finished. Don’t do bad to human.”