Why Humanity Has Hope

Humanity has hope. A concept I found hard to accept after the physical bullying, mental abuse, antisemitism, and hate I have experienced in my world. My body is covered in scars that only prove humanity can be horrible and cruel. Yet now, I truly do believe that humanity can be saved and its problems can…

France’s Election: Which wolf did we choose?

The recent French election was very controversial. Like many recent elections, the people had to choose between two bad candidates. Emmanuel Macron was elected president of France, but was he the lesser of two evils? This reminds me of a story the elders of my native tribe, the Northern Cheyenne, once told me. It was…

Wild and Free

Today I went hiking in the woods, In the middle of no where, an hour north of Montreal. I ran along the paths, feeling the wind on my face, howling and laughing as I went. Until I tripped on a rock and planted my face in a rock. Im fine, but my knee is a…

Food for Friends

As I was doing research with my contact in Haiti, I was unable to find the church’s website. I believe it to be just a mistake, but I can continued as planned. Time will tell. Hopefully Food for Friends will happen. In the mean time, I think that a four way food drive, one at…

Project 2: Haiti

I have a friend down in Haiti who is a pastor in his community. He tells me stories of how the children down there are starving because there is nothing left after the hurricane and earthquake destroyed the village he lives in.  Most of the children have lost parents and siblings due to the events and…

Project one: Liberia

  I have a very good friend who is Liberian. He used to be a journalist and now he is runs an orphanage. My friend tells me stories of the war and what he went through while civil war ensued. His story is horrific. He is lucky to be alive. I am thankful that he…