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... in pictures, you find two wide and deep, square waterfalls with an even deeper square falls in the center. Names of those killed in those buildings, the Pentagon, the Fire Companies and on the ground are inscribed around all the sides. Peering into the watery abyss clearly and powerfully conveys the sense that these people are gone, swept away by something dark and terrible. It’s impossible not ...
... and jumped up over
passes but it still took about an hour to get to Tribeca and our hotel
(The Cosmoplitan). We checked in to our tiny room with two twin beds
and then had a call from our good friend Gloria who dropped by to take
us for an amazing Northern Italian dinner very close. The food was
amazing and so the company. We laughted and shared stories of all our
travels. Gloria had just been to Viet Nam, Thailand and Malaysia. We ...
... to say that most interfaith activists (secular and religious alike) dream about going to Israel and seeing the relationships between worldviews. The Israeli-palestinian conflict is not new to the world. Its been going on for years! Both sides argue a point about being right or a case for why they have done one thing or another to the opposing side. What I want to know and understand on a deeper level is how do we talk to ...
... I went to the cafeteria downstairs for a light lunch.
I headed first to the impressionist painting section of the museum, and I was not disappointed. Not only did they have ...
... park built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets of Manhattan’s West Side. The High Line was built in the 1930s, as part of a massive public-private infrastructure project called the West Side Improvement. It lifted freight traffic 30 feet in the air, removing dangerous trains from the streets of Manhattan's largest industrial district. No trains have run on the High Line since 1980. We started at 14th ...