Procession to the local Buddhist Temple on the Thai-Burma Border to celebrate and offer new robes and gifts to the monks.
During my third year of college - and my first year at LIU Global/Global College - I traveled through four countries studying religion and culture. Half of the second semester was in India and I got the chance to take a short trip to Bodhgaya and see where the Buddha gained enlightenment. The picture above … Continue reading Bodhgaya
In true form I have fallen behind in updating my blog. I promise to be better! I think my trouble is a lack of focus, procrastination, and a new development in my life. I hoped that focusing on education would drive the blog but I fear that might not be the case. Instead, it is … Continue reading MIA & Good News
or....The one time I wish I went to Harvard To my excitement and dismay I found out that Pasi Sahlberg, lauded Finnish and International Educator and author of Finnish Lessons, is currently a visiting Professor of Practice at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education. He is teaching a course called The Teaching Profession Around The … Continue reading Series: Ghost Student: Intro
After graduating in May 2014 from Long University Global I was done with academics. Not for forever, but my brain was fried and I wanted to drift for a while. Drifting allowed me to do nothing and reflect on my last four years and the future without pressure. I had plans but nothing ready to … Continue reading The Intro: Reignited