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A Refugee’s Take on America

A Refugee’s Take on America

Sometimes the most unexpected conversations happen in the most unexpected places. She was my nail beautician, slim and petite, wearing a pair of glasses and a mask. But she possesses an attitude of ”I’ve seen it all, know it all” which raised my curiosity. Somehow...

Fearless

Fearless

Before I tell you the background about this painting, please let me ask you, friend: Did this past year feel very heavy to you too? Tell me about it, sister! The vision of this painting came into my mind when I was wrestling with the dark spirit. This image conveyed...

Our Children are Our Treasure, Not Our Trophies

Our Children are Our Treasure, Not Our Trophies

“I want this one! “ “And I like that one! “ My four years old twins shouted with excitement while their little fingers pointed to the trophies in the display glass. We were at the entrance to the arena for their first skating lesson, and that hockey trophy display...

When the world is overwhelming

I am so over it!  Over the new normal, over the feeling of being overwhelmed. It seems every day there is new information to trigger me, confuse me, or burden me. And if there is good news to bring me some hope, the next day it will crash to the ground. I,...