Archive for December, 2009

I come not to bury love, but to complicate it.  There is something wrong with our concept of love.  Romantic love (just “love” hereafter) isn’t...

It’s called the “December dilemma” – how to mix different family and cultural traditions around the holidays.  Here are some tips to manage the season....

Ching Tor Lee Businessman Shanghai – China It would be fascinating to visit an Amish community as in Amish Not Irish. Your Autumn issue is an excellent read. In...

Israel is the country of milk and honey, tiny in size but a giant in history and world opinion.  The capital is Jerusalem – the...

  The exhibition Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs has been traveling the United States since 2005, the Boy King’s first visit since...

Christmas celebrations around the world vary greatly.  The food that is enjoyed, the Christmas decorations, the great expectations by the children are all different.  The...

Ambergris Caye is Belize’s largest island and the largest of some 200 cayes that dot the coastline of Belize.  It is 25 miles long and...

The financial crisis has caused massive loss in wealth and employment.  Governments are trying to change regulation to prevent reoccurrence.  I hope these efforts are...

More than 2,000 years ago Plato coined the term misologist.  It is defined as a hatred of reason and debate, particularly when it contradicts myths...

Colleen Walker Brooks is a prolific writer whose brilliance has kept alive the true art of dry humor.  In most part, Colleen resides among the...

My daughter was a member of the Acton High Swim Team from Grade 9 to Grade 13. She was blessed with athletic skill as well...