Artists teach the world that peace begins with each of us.

“Don’t worry about the mistakes, play from the heart!” she proclaimed, in between numerous statements of wisdom as her fingers danced from key to key. There may not be any greater experience than meeting a new friend. I met my new friend recently by chance through a last minute invitation. ...

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Your silence embodies and embraces injustice and genocide.

I had the privilege this past weekend to be invited to witness the Mothers of Srebrenica grieve, memorialize, mourn and engage in social activism as they visited six execution sites where their husbands, fathers, sons and beloved relatives were senselessly slaughtered during the genocide that occurred during the Bosnian war. ...

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Your silence embodies and embraces injustice and genocide.

I had the privilege this past weekend to be invited to witness the Mothers of Srebrenica grieve, memorialize, mourn and engage in social activism as they visited six execution sites where their husbands, fathers, sons and beloved relatives were senselessly slaughtered during the genocide that occurred during the Bosnian war. ...

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“Excuse me, where can I find a free ticket?”

                                                                                            One of my favorite recurring ...

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Football and Football

With this being the eve of the United States versus Belgium playing in the World Cup I find it only suiting that I should discuss some of my impressions of the differences between American football and the beloved international past time of football (soccer). American football is a sport that people ...

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Bosnia 2.0

What a gift. It has been approximately one year since I left Bosnia. I must first express my deep gratitude as I have been given an amazing opportunity to be here for a second time. Coming back began with an invitation followed by paperwork and other priority to-dos, finishing my master’s ...

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