Apprehension oozed from my senses as I boarded a local bus, or red devil, knowing that, by day’s end, I would reach the borderline of the Darien Gap, the end of the earth for Panama.
Across the channel, where life concealed itself, the natural habitats would allow us to travel, at least in our imagination, to the origins of time.
Walking back in time to the 1930s and imagine what life was like without electricity and running water at the home of author Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings.
It is very comforting to know every detail of each day after you wake up. As we get older, where have the challenges, excitement, and learning experiences gone? Might “anticipation” be the answer? Take a minute to reflect with me!
In San Miguel, Mexico, my interaction with a young boy served as a reminder of what happens when you make assumptions about people and situations.