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I'm Carolyn Parker: The Good, the Mad and the Beautiful

The U.S. Federal government was useless during and after Hurricane Katrina. No one knows that more than Carolyn Parker, a life-long resident of the impoverished, and battered Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans, Louisiana. 288 more words


Feedburner subscription issue

Dear My Sacred Journey subscribers,

As you may have noticed, my feedburner subscription notification system has a mind of its own and is sending out too many notices. 40 more words


Kick - Movie Review

My uncle once said to me, “You NGO philanthropic types work with poor people because it makes you feel better about yourself.” As acerbic that statement sounded back then, Salman’s latest flick KICK really proved my uncle right. 658 more words

Cinema, Books & TV

Sister Wiederholt's Address

This blog will have all the emails that Sister Katrina Wiederholt sends out to her family and friends. It’s to help keep track of everything she says and all the pictures she sends out. 113 more words


The Children, the President, and the Lady

Recently, the right-wing media and their favorite politicians lambasted President Obama for not taking a quick field trip to the Texas/Mexico border. They were suggesting that as long as he was in Austin, he was already “in the neighborhood,” and therefore, it was some kind of dereliction of duty unless he personally reviewed the situation of the Central American children — so he could truly comprehend it, I suppose.   1,381 more words


Review of "The Fault In Our Stars" by Katrina

The Fault In Our Stars is a heart wrenching yet beautiful love story. The book starts off with a sixteen year old girl named Hazel. She is diagnosed with Stage 4 Thyroid Cancer with metastasis forming in her lungs. 118 more words

Book Review

Prayer, Meditation, Edgar Cayce and Hurricanes

While Edgar Cayce himself participated in drilling for oil in the 1920′s, and the readings tried to help him, he didn’t succeed at that particular time.  777 more words

Consciousness Shift