It's not enough to know that "fake news" exists; we need to be humble enough to acknowledge that we are susceptible to it, and to blame for it.
And now the second and final leg of my trip to Portugal, with two days in Porto and a return to Lisbon.
We booked eight days in Spain's neighbor on the Iberian peninsula, Portugal.
Enjoy these visuals from Porto and I'll return next week with more photos and details about the trip.
Today, I spoke to an Iraqi man about the lasting effects of the American intervention in his home country. A half hour before meeting him, I spoke with a Catholic priest from Brazil who was studying "Canon Law". Every week, I spend hours talking with people from South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and other nations. … Continue reading The World from a Chair
It's very difficult to keep the line between the past and the present.
Model: Eriana Lawrence Location: Parque del Retiro de Madrid Date: 03/03/18 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOyA4ShwouE
Months have roared passed - September, October, November, December, January, February - and I have arrived at the sixth month mark. This moment has traditionally represented a pivotal moment, the halfway point to something new, the vantage point off a mountain's peak from which I could see where I've been and where I was headed … Continue reading Six Months