Monthly Archives: August 2012

Women in Afghanistan (Or, I get by with some help from my friends)

Women in Afghanistan (Or, I get by with some help from my friends). Advertisements

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Women in Afghanistan (Or, I get by with some help from my friends)

In response to the “Typical day in an Afghan Village” post, reader gumiii asked the following question: “Do women have some sort of informal gathering among themselves too as a way of socializing or is this outright banned?” I think … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Bridging War and Hope:
The creative elements of Bridging War & Hope were wrapped up a few weeks ago.  The day after I finished it I started a two-week vacation.  I’m still on that vacation, but wanted…

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Thank you for reading

I’d like to take time out from the normal blog to thank each and everyone who has read the material. I am new to blogging, as many of you might notice, and frankly, the etiquette and methodologies are new and … Continue reading

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An essay on Open Eyes and Mind, while “Walking the Walk”

An essay on Open Eyes and Mind, while “Walking the Walk”.

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An essay on Open Eyes and Mind, while “Walking the Walk”

This is a guest blog by my good friend, Zok.  Zok is an interesting character, a person who has lived through the break up of the former Yugoslavia, and expert on ethnic relations, a talented geographer, a gifted photographer and … Continue reading

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A Day in a Village

A Day in a Village.

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