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Traditional and Modern Culture: Confusion in Bahrain, Qatar, and United Arab Emirates

Part 3 in a Series on Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and Qatar (Our blogs will be taking a holiday break! Part 4 in the series will return on Tuesday, January 5th.) 1,267 more words

Global Community

Bull Jumping, Ethiopia

Coming of age can involve many hurdles to jump. For adolescent boys of the Hamer tribe, in Ethiopia’s the remote Omo Valley, the hurdles are literal and of the horned bovine variety. 344 more words

Africa

Creative Mapping Feature: Images from Around the Globe

Thrilled to have my work presented on Creative Mapping- the creative collective blog.

Infrared Photographer Terri Gold

Award-winning, fine art photographer and creative nomad Terri Gold… 269 more words

Infrared Imagery

The Devil Is Out to Getcha!!!

When I first ventured onto Facebook several years ago, I was filling out the personal info forms which included books that I had read, two of which were by Neal Donald Walsch.  743 more words

Biblical Literalism

BIBLICAL CULTURES & Gaining an understanding of life during Old Testament cultural shifts

Commentary by Dr. Whitesel: The following excerpt is from an interview Ben Witherington published with Wheaton College Old Testament scholar Sandra Richter. Dr. Richter explains that we today often miss the full message of the Old Testament because we don’t understand the cultural shifts in Old Testament culture from tribe to monarchy to exiles to Hellenized and then Romanized culture. 298 more words

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Huffington Post Features Images from Niger

I am pleased to announce that the Huffington Post has featured my images of the nomadic tribes of Niger.

I want to create a visual document that reminds us, and generations to come, how beautiful and diverse the world is. 65 more words

Tribal Culture

How to Be Someone in Medicine

 By Garon Coriz, MD

Like a playful spirit, the sun seemed to stop its descent just beyond the flat-topped mesas to the west and paint the cerulean blues of the sky a soft orange and spatter the high-flying cirrus a brilliant pink. 808 more words