Dear friends on PulseWire,
The condensed edition of my story is that Ula Kuras, photo editor at World Pulse contacted me in October 2010, about obtaining usage rights for a photograph of the Women’s Garden in Kabul, Afghanistan
6 months passed now since the Syrian uprise started, and with it, government crackdown on innocent and peaceful civilians.
Our hearts stopped beating as our roofless windowless Landrover Zeep failed to start after three ignition during our Safari at Mosi-oa-Tunya ('The Smoke Which Thunders’) Park in Zambia.
Having spent the holidays alone and in a foreign country gave me all the time to think about the past, the present and the future. It was a quiet time for me to reflect on my life journey.
Lately I've been struggling with this question, and with the thought, 'what am I really accomplishing with my life?' Two things have prompted this journal entry: today is my 32nd birthday, and I've be
This an article from Kenya Stockholm Blog (KBS) you can still check it out from the blog for both clarity and continuity.htt://kenyastockholm.com/2009/07/14/i-never-promised-you-a-garden-of-roses/
The answers to this week’s questions are all intertwined for me. What is my vision for myself, my community, my world?