Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Ferry Across the River

The allure of a deserted and isolated beach was all it took to get me and a few friends out of our lethargy and onto a rickety bus out of the small south Indian town where we were spending a … Continue reading

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Life Outside in India

It is always such a welcomed change that in most of India, especially small town India, no one is self-conscious about sitting outside and doing whatever they feel like or have to do. For some it is just watching the … Continue reading

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Where Water Comes From

I kept tripping over the water hoses on the hill that leads down to the village center where I spend many months of every winter in a small, rural “pueblo” in Mexico. The hoses snake all over the hill and … Continue reading

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Arunachalam Muruganantham & his Indian Menstrual Health Revolution

“Menstrual Man” was selected as one of the 100 most influential people by Time Magazine for 2014. He is a true hero of our time. If you haven’t heard about him, I am re-blogging this post about him. Quite a … Continue reading

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