Ghana. A Cultural Pact

“Ghanaian values stem from a cultural lineage built upon trust.” Clare Cutler. Clare Cutler, a graduate of the University of Illinois, holds a bachelor’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning with a minor in Landscape studies, and she is about to pursue a master’s degree in Environmental Justice at the University of Michigan. In 2015,Continue reading “Ghana. A Cultural Pact”

150,000 Children Die Every Year in Pakistan from Drinking Dirty Water

It was a dream come true to help people by providing something they needed every day. — Franklin Woodland. One child dies every four minutes in Pakistan from drinking dirty water. According to Franklin Wright, a software engineer and founder of Pristine Water, a water company in Pakistan, these deaths are preventable. You don’t need aContinue reading “150,000 Children Die Every Year in Pakistan from Drinking Dirty Water”

The Transformative Power of Meditation

There are no mistakes, just happy accidents. — Bob Ross. You are holding a bar of soap. If you want to keep this bar of soap in your hand, you must allow it to just be there. The moment that you squeeze it, it is going to shoot out of your hand. This metaphor canContinue reading “The Transformative Power of Meditation”