I will be travelling to Turkey on May 21 and will be returning on June 1. I may not post while I am on my trip, but when I return, I will share some highlights and pictures for those who are interested in the travel blogging aspect of this whole blogging endeavour. Au revoir.
When we are with you, what fear of loss could we possibly have? You change every grief to gold. You give us the key to each world we come to. You sweeten the lips of those we love and open their mouths in desire. You are beyond all guessing, yet within each guess. Hidden, yet … Continue reading “What Fear of Loss?” (Rumi)
Not only does the decision by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) to overturn Roe v. Wade lack a scientific basis, but it also lacks an institutional basis, in the sense that one of the unwritten rules and norms of SCOTUS is to respect precedents and to uphold decisions made by previous courts. … Continue reading Bildung
If one were to look back at some of my older blog posts – which I noticed some folks have actually done based on some of the statistics and information generated by my blog host – I discussed issues such as “Replacement Theory” and Roe v. Wade long before they broke the headlines in recent … Continue reading Red Tsunami
Almost three months into the war between Russia and Ukraine, one of the few changes to the Russian military strategy has been the scope of its encirclement of Ukraine. The Russian war effort began in late February with a tight encirclement of Ukraine’s major cities. But then, the Russian military strategy shifted towards a widening … Continue reading Don’t Procrastinate