Month: March 2014

A Turkish Coffee-House, Constantinople

I like coffee shops. They hum with discussion, writing, thought. That deliciously dark and aromatic liquid is imbibed in its varying degree of strength. And though not all countries have had this coffee culture, gatherings to discuss and share a drink of some sort is a custom that we can trace back to various forms. […]

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I hope we are on the way to a better, more generous, equitable, thriving society today 2014.  Some are pessimistic. I am optimistic. Why, because we have so much history and wisdom to draw from. We  have access to stores of information that have been collected by many.  And the frame of a website, database, […]

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