Talia

I was living in an earth-based spiritual community on a volcanic island in Nicaragua when I first met Talia, an Israeli nomad who started traveling seven years ago after completing national service. Instantly, I could tell we were going to be good friends. The tattoo of Peter Pan on her ankle and her wild, lion’s…

Reina

The fragile economic and political situation in Venezuela has been a recurring topic of conversation throughout this leg of my journey in the Americas. Mostly because I’ve met dozens of Venezuelans who’ve left home as a means to provide for their families, or to seek out a future that is brighter than the one Venezuela…

Black and White Film

If my life were a movie, as my dear friend Amina once said, it’d be one of those movies that follow multiple interrelated storylines. Because each and every person I’ve had the pleasure of colliding into over the last three years has a story worth mentioning. This isn’t about me so much as it is…

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