In Solidarity With Beloved Weeping Mother India
I viewed with great interest the movie documentary, Mother India: Life through the Eyes of the Orphan (2012). With 31,000,000 orphans in India, this movie invites us briefly into the lives of 25 orphaned or abandoned young people (ages three to 25) who live along the railway in South India. I have been thinking a lot about India which is suffering intensely from COVID.Our Un-Pleasant World
While the world still is being ravaged by the Covid-19 virus and all it’s mutations somehow one can not help think that maybe this pandemic was no accident. The three largest Pharmaceutical corporations have already reaped billions of dollars of profits on the swift development of vaccines. But what is so discerning is the very slow and ignored response on developing antidotes for people already infected.The Internet Has the Power to Overcome Poverty
For countries and people who can cross what’s been labeled “the digital divide”, poverty can often be vanquished as people become educated on how to use the Internet. When access to that important resource is established, there is no limit to the possibilities for entrepreneurship and personal development.Netanyahu Must Be Charged With War Crimes
The catastrophe in the Gaza Strip must end. How many children must be injured or killed before the world wakes up to what Netanyahu is about? Tethering on the edge of political defeat and being wiped out of office he is using this as a stunt for his own political advantage.International Tequilla Day: Celebrate The Tequilla Day
July 24 is the official Tequilla day. If not, then grab a slice of lime and some salt and let’s celebrate the Tequilla day the Tequilla way. The old saying goes ” one Tequila,two Tequilla, three Tequilla,floor”,but before you hit the floor,you should know where your favorite spirit comes from!