Sometimes we need to read the Declaration of Independence to understand the oppression, unhappiness and inequality our forefathers endured in this country. Our statement on human rights is based on the second paragraph. At the end of the day, don't we want to strive for fairness and equality? Don't we want to live in harmony? … Continue reading Human Rights for All Humans!
This year's trip to Trinidad was different than last year's spiritual awakening. I was very sick with the flu when I left snowy New York. Being sick on vacation can put a damper on plans but I actually found it to be refreshing. Hmm, maybe not refreshing but relaxing. I had no choice but to … Continue reading Reflection
As I battle the end of this flu on this lovely vacation, I would be lying if I said that I have been care-free and fancy-free with thoughts of life back in New York. If anything, this flu (the first in over a decade) has totally laid me out. The fever, the chills, the extreme … Continue reading Rest, Relaxation and Questions
I am off to the Caribbean for some R&R&R (Rest & Relaxation & Rejueventation) and maybe, some adventure. This week I came across Ang Lee's personal story of pursuing his dream. I can identify with him as I am a West-Indian woman who as a young girl, hitting cattle calls, didn't see anyone like me. … Continue reading A Never-Ending Dream