Category Archives: Life

Sometimes an Ounce of Prevention is Measured in What? Cups.

While studying Unani Medicine at the Aligarh Muslim University in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India, we were shown their vast pharmacopeia as well as live demonstrations of some treatment methods, including the traditional Chinese practice of dry, vacuum cupping.  This woman,

Sometimes an Ounce of Prevention is Measured in What? Cups.

While studying Unani Medicine at the Aligarh Muslim University in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India, we were shown their vast pharmacopeia as well as live demonstrations of some treatment methods, including the traditional Chinese practice of dry, vacuum cupping.  This woman,

The Little One with the Bow and Arrow, at Mandu.

I was caught completely off guard.  Staring into the viewfinder while balancing another camera across my shoulder, I snapped several photos of my friend atop the crumbling fortress in Mandu, Madhya Pradesh.  As I was doing this, my friend jokingly

The Little One with the Bow and Arrow, at Mandu.

I was caught completely off guard.  Staring into the viewfinder while balancing another camera across my shoulder, I snapped several photos of my friend atop the crumbling fortress in Mandu, Madhya Pradesh.  As I was doing this, my friend jokingly

Povertees, stitching much more than fabric.

As I type this, I can imagine that at this very moment, somewhere bobbins are spinning like saucers, boxes are being packed up and shipped off, and a dream is becoming a reality.  Tyler Patterson, the founder of Povertees, stitched

Povertees, stitching much more than fabric.

As I type this, I can imagine that at this very moment, somewhere bobbins are spinning like saucers, boxes are being packed up and shipped off, and a dream is becoming a reality.  Tyler Patterson, the founder of Povertees, stitched

Planting a Tree is Only the Beginning, at MotleyGreen.com

A click of the mouse (or a touch of the screen, for that matter) has never had more of an impact than it does in today’s society.  Take, for example, the fact that you can help end world hunger by

Planting a Tree is Only the Beginning, at MotleyGreen.com

A click of the mouse (or a touch of the screen, for that matter) has never had more of an impact than it does in today’s society.  Take, for example, the fact that you can help end world hunger by

Global Medicine

Global Medicine, The Universal Language of Health and Human Rights

The field of medicine has never been neutral.  As healthcare professionals, our daily goal should be nothing short of curing the world.  That involves more than simply applying band-aids.  That involves addressing the underlying causes of human suffering on our

Global Medicine

Global Medicine, The Universal Language of Health and Human Rights

The field of medicine has never been neutral.  As healthcare professionals, our daily goal should be nothing short of curing the world.  That involves more than simply applying band-aids.  That involves addressing the underlying causes of human suffering on our

The Arrogant Bastards at Stone Brewing Co. in Escondido, California

As the windows were rolled down on a gorgeous early afternoon in Escondido, California, the pleasant aroma of freshly baked bread filled the air.  This was deceiving, however, for we were not at a small, French patisserie, but were in

The Arrogant Bastards at Stone Brewing Co. in Escondido, California

As the windows were rolled down on a gorgeous early afternoon in Escondido, California, the pleasant aroma of freshly baked bread filled the air.  This was deceiving, however, for we were not at a small, French patisserie, but were in

The Flames I Never Saw Coming, A Suburban Fire.

In between my long bouts of coughing and scanning pages from a book I was reading, I heard my mother shout out, “ANDREW, COME QUICK!!!”  Mind you, I’ve heard this phrase for my entire life thus far, and it has

The Flames I Never Saw Coming, A Suburban Fire.

In between my long bouts of coughing and scanning pages from a book I was reading, I heard my mother shout out, “ANDREW, COME QUICK!!!”  Mind you, I’ve heard this phrase for my entire life thus far, and it has