Starve the beast

As someone who writes about the meaning of personal freedom, I’ve so far stayed clear of political issues, preferring to focus on the power of conscious living. Despite living in Thailand most of the year and enjoying progressive Seattle in the summers, because I remain a U.S. citizen, I am still in servitude to a […]

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The first top 50

In last week’s post, I questioned the wisdom of buying into the “Baby Music” industry, when there is so much wonderful to choose from. So after some thorough consideration of music that we could all enjoy together, here’s baby’s first Top 50 pop playlist:

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Ginkgo Academy

Ginkgo Academy¬†is a joint project between Beijing Normal University, St. Cloud State University, myself, and a group of western volunteers. When completed in 2013, this K-12 school for physically disabled children in Yangshuo, China will accommodate 100 students plus parent caretakers, teachers and administrative staff. It will be one of the first such schools in […]

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Piyawat Orphan House

About the Orphanage The Orphanage, Piyawat Orphan House was founded in Sansai District, Chiang Mai, Thailand on June 4th 2008 with these objectives: To protect and love the Hmong orphans through the love of Jesus Christ. To provide a friendly environment with shelter and 3 meals for the Hmong orphans. To provide an opportunity for […]

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