Destination: Albuquerque, New Mexico — Rebecca Goes Rendezvous

Spring Break has just started for many schools across the nation. Even if I am no longer in the education system, I would like to recount a couple of my Spring Break travels from previous years, back when I used to be in school. It brings back memories, and also the wanderlust that I always […]

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Supreme Court Allows Trump Administration to Continue “Remain in Mexico” Policy… — The Last Refuge

The Supreme Court announced today the Trump administration may continue to enforce the “Remain in Mexico” policy requiring asylum-seekers to remain in Mexico pending a review of their claims. A lower court deemed the program illegal and ordered a suspension that was scheduled to take effect Thursday. However the Supreme Court stay allows the Trump […]

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Views of COVID 19 – Thailand, Mexico, Spain and Australia — Darlene Foster’s Blog

A great post featuring articles from people in various parts of the world and how they are dealing with the pandemic. Proof that we are all in this together, and globally we will get through it. My article about our little corner of Spain is included. Let us know how you are doing as well. […]

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – Seeing Red In Chicago — Getting the Picture

This week, Patti has asked us to Find Something Red for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge. I can’t wait for the weather to warm up so I can take a leisurely stroll around downtown Chicago with the camera.

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Chicago street art — This, that and the other thing

After the WNDR Museum but before lunch, we came across a variety of art, indoor and out. This one is out. This one is in…in the Groundswell Coffee Roasters shop where I had my delicious oolong tea.

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Japan declares coronavirus emergency, prepares near $1 trln stimulus — Financial Post

TOKYO — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday declared a state of emergency to fight new coronavirus infections in major population centers and unveiled a stimulus package he described as among the world’s biggest to soften the economic blow. Read More

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The War Of Faith — Unshakable Hope

It is becoming apparent for everyone to see just how fragile the hopes of this world are. It only took a microscopic organism to expose that the hopes of this world don’t deserve our trust. Mary and I learned this lesson twenty-three years ago when diagnosed with ALS. My health was taken from me, and […]

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Faith — Mitch Teemley

I have my doubts about those who have no doubts (there’s a reason it’s called faith). So, why do I believe? Because there’s Someone I trust more than I trust myself.

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To Australia, With Love — Jane Lurie Photography

A tribute to Australia with hope that recovery has begun in the midst of the worst bushfires in history.

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Peace — Jet Eliot

Whether it’s a pandemic, disaster, or personal devastation, there are times in all our lives when a few moments of peace can bring us into balance. Here are a few reminders of the sweetness of life on earth, I hope they bring you peace. No matter what is unfolding in these weeks of chaos […]

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