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The Mother of Learning

January 23, 2010


Had a memory of watching Granito de Arena about the public teachers’ strikes and resistance to globalization in Mexico.  Remembering this one moment when a local technical university was being shut down/endangered and one of the students who attended this school spoke so clearly about how this place was like a Mother to the kids […]

Fragments of a Letter to My Heart

January 17, 2010


namaste as  much as i like to rely on words to communicate sometimes they escape me… sometimes the Word these days cannot capture the detail, dip, curve and texture of my experience unfolding… Martin Luther King, Jr. Occasionally in life there are those moments of unutterable fulfillment which cannot be completely explained by those symbols […]

2010 = 3 = Numerology

December 13, 2009


Been distracting myself with the future, with the end of 2009 and the anticipation of what 2010 will bring forth.  Looking into it from a numerological standpoint (read:  uhhh, Googlin’ what “3” means in numerology) I am beginning to find out some fun, creative and inspired explanations for what the “3” year holds. 2010: A […]


December 5, 2009


Om sarasiddhi hring hring soha! The name Saraswati came from “Saras” meaning flow and “wati” meaning a women. So, Saraswati is symbol of knowledge, its flow (or growth) is like a river and knowledge is very interesting, like a beautiful woman. – – – – – – – – This morning, my mind is turning […]