A Journey Into The World Of The Naga People (Part 2)

Continuation of A Journey into the World of the Naga People At one time, the naga people were headhunters. English anthropologist, writer and in time to be guerrilla fighter, Ursula Graham Bower described the Naga Hills as the “paradise of head-hunters.” Most villages had a skull house and each man in the village was expected…
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A Journey Into The World Of The Naga People

The world about us is diverse to say the least. It’s a magnificent tapestry of interesting faces and incredible places, of awe-inspiring beauty and of inconceivable mysteries just waiting to be discovered. Many of us go about our daily lives without even contemplating the magnitude of life. We begin our conventional mornings with mugs of…
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Odd Socks For Down Syndrome

As many of you already know, I work with special needs children. It’s an amazing job and one that I hope to continue doing for many years to come. Special needs children are no different than you and me, apart from that fact that they have certain difficulties that we don’t have to deal with.…
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Rite Of Spring

Pussy willow buds or “catkins” opening right before my spring-starved eyes was truly an amazing nature moment bestowed upon me this lovely March day in central Minnesota. I have been fortunate for the past eleven years to only have to peer out my window to witness this transformation of winter to spring!  This tree was…
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The Bus Stop Of Humanity

Just last week I watched a short video clip. It was an interview with writer, actor and all-round funny guy, Stephen Fry. He was being interviewed by an Irish TV presenter named Gay Byrne. He was asked what he would say to God if he died and had to confront him. I am not sure…
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