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Humanity and culture: the Pleasant and the Unpleasant

Nearly 4 months living in Guatemala and I’m beginning to realize how absolutely little I know about this small Central American country.  In this time, I’ve also come to realize how little many Guatemalans know about the people and vast cultural differences within their borders. 1,152 more words


November 25, 2016, Chula Vista-  Son is steadily healing and uses a “space boot” on his left foot, so he’s more mobile than a month ago.   477 more words

Personal Values

The Red City


From issue 2-1984 of my publication THE SOURCE…

(timely to reflect upon in 2016)


The sacred history of the Hopi Indians of North America tell of “the Red City of the South,” and… 3,636 more words


Antigua Guatemala

Another travel poem written while I was in Guatemala.

Antigua Guatemala

Where full moons shine on cobblestones
And sunshine bleaches Mayan bones
Volcanos stand so strong and tall… 154 more words


Emily and the Hummingbird's Colors

Good day everyone! I’m going to delve into unknown territory for me and do a myth from the Mayans. As a archaeology nerd, I’ve always adored their pyramids and learning a bit about their culture. 586 more words