Books & Film
I am very privileged to have the opportunity to read Dr. Séverine Autesserre’s book Peaceland: Conflict Resolution and the Everyday Politics of International Intervention.
He's at it again. Author Talon Windwalker (I'm sure you've read his Rise of the Djall) has a new book out - the sequel (YAY!) to Rise of the Djall.
One of the pure joys of travel is the food. Yes, that's right - food is a window to culture. Think about it - from the night markets of Southeast Asia to the traditional recipes of, well, any culture, what people make and eat is a product of terroir, seasons, climate, history, and more.
When our daughter was small, I remember searching (and searching, and searching) for kids music to play on road trips that well, to be honest, my husband and I could listen to and not run screaming from the car. You know what I'm talking about (let's not even mention kidzbop).
Every once in a while, you come across a book filled with such goodness, love, and kindness that it not only makes you smile, but reminds you of the goodness in your own life and inspires you to work harder at connecting, helping, loving.