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Holier Than Thou: The Israel Dilemma (+pics)

14 Sep

I had the opportunity to tour Israel this summer (as mentioned a million times before this). I thought I would expand a little bit on my observations and conclusions after getting a first hand look at what really goes on in a place that is so misconstrued by, well, everyone. Continue reading

To Israel And Beyond…

25 Jun

Tomorrow I will be on my way to the other side of the world.

I’m going to Israel for the next two weeks, and Greece for one week. It’s a hot spot world tour!

Though I’m going for recreational reasons, I will try my best to include my social commentary / some pics / general observations while I’m traveling. Don’t expect daily blogs, or even every other day because I’m not sure how much internet access I will have, but I look forward to sharing my experiences with you.

I know you’ll miss me dearly. If this is the case, I suggest you do the following:

1) Catch up on some archived posts.

2) Check out my blogroll!

3) Draft some wicked guest posts so that when I come back, my mailbox (romisez@gmail.com) will be full of content to publish.

Hugs and kisses.

See y’all soon.

R.

Binary Problem

11 Feb

You’re either with us or against us.

Friend or foe.

Good or bad.

Pro or anti.

Is there no middle ground? Why do people feel inclined to pick a side. So many political values, morals, opinions and beliefs are based on dichotomies and binaries where they can’t seem to take the valid points from each side to create a fine balance. Continue reading

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