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Curry and rice, with a dash of injustice

I’m thinking a lot about food lately. Often my food consumption goes without a lot of thought, such as a quick run to the local Subway for a sandwich which I can mindlessly eat at my desk while I read … Continue reading

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Notes from India

Yet another exhausting and exhilarating day in India as we wind down our mission exploration trip.  Today we ate breakfast crepes filled with freshly grated coconut toured two housing rehabilitation projects for victims of the 2004 tsunami (photo left) visited … Continue reading

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India in Pictures

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Picture India

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India Update

It’s late Tuesday night as I write this, and I’m way too tired to attempt anything eloquent.  But in the past few days, our group has experienced things I never dreamed possible: spent time with the 200 children of Family … Continue reading

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India, Part One

We had just taken off from Newark to New Delhi when I realized that things were going to be different for the next two weeks. Continental served a meal for Indian tastes, and I was already trying to figure out … Continue reading

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With the best of intentions…

We’re safe in India, but exhausted mentally and physically. Though my hope was to write every day possible, the reality is that we have had only occasional internet access, and when I’ve had network connections I’ve been too tired to … Continue reading

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Off to India!

I will be traveling today to India with four others (including 2 from Olmsted Community Church) to begin a mission exploration of that wonderful nation.  It will be my first visit to India, though I’m traveling with Rev. Dr. James … Continue reading

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Portland, Maine

I left Boston’s rains to head north to Portland, Maine to spend a little time at the coast.  Unfortunately, so did Hurricane Kyle.  While the hurricane never made landfall in Maine, it did trigger several days of wind and rain. … Continue reading

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A walk on the wild side

If you can handle the heights, this video is amazing, but I had to grip my chair to watch it. Originally built in 1901, this walkway now serves as an approach to Makinodromo, the famous climbing sector of El Chorro, … Continue reading

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