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What's brought me... and you here?

The year of 2016 has opened my eyes to issues that are much larger than me and the bubble I live in. After a whirlwind tour of various corners of the world, I came to realise that while global warming may not seem like an immediate threat to my life in a country like India its effects are already… 495 more words


The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad, Twinkle Khanna

Going against the grain is a hard and abrasive endeavour. Trust me, I am living the tale. A tale I might or might not tell later. 750 more words


Changing culture through our words

“It’s easier to build strong children than repair broken men.” Frederick Douglass

As a community, as a county we have had a rough time lately. It has affected all of us at least indirectly. 588 more words


Local DC Metro Realtor Helps Raise over $21,000 for our Military and Their Families

We had one goal: to raise as much money as we can for the TRUE American Heroes – our Veterans! It was a few months ago and we were meeting for our quarterly Mastermind Group on how to do an even better job for our clients.   448 more words

The Reynolds Team

Remembering Tom

Everyone knew Tom. He was the dark-skinned guy who sat outside a tailoring shop along the infamous Kanu Street in Nakuru County. He sat on the ground, always surrounded by heaps and piles of shoes.   714 more words

Everyday Heroes

RKF Everyday Hero: Christina Comeaux Richard

Beauty Shop Bae, Dog Lover, Jelly Bean Junkie, Netflix Nut… Rocketchix

Note: October is National Depression Awareness Month. This week’s Hero bravely shares her own struggles with depression, how triathlon has helped and encourages anyone who may have symptoms to reach out and get the help they need. 893 more words

Everyday Heroes