The Other Side of the World

I had to travel to the other side of the world to actually feel it. I had always understood it, intellectually, and we frequently talk about it as if it’s a given (because it is). But being that far away, I could feel in my belly that the things I truly loved and needed were not there; they were at home. There is Continue reading “The Other Side of the World”

When Better Feels More Important Than Good

I met a taxi driver in Cambodia who has two kids and is trying to make a better life for himself. He says he understands the current government is controlling, censoring, corrupt and dangerous. While is dislikes the tactics of the government, he also appreciates that the country has stabilized; he Continue reading “When Better Feels More Important Than Good”