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... and guides to take us up the mountain to the sanctuary (Abby's first horse!) It was absolutely incredible to have hundreds of butterflies flittering around us, filling the sky with orange and black. The Aztecs believed that when you die, your soul becomes a butterfly. In such a magical place, it's easy to see how they might have thought that.
It can't get any better, right? Oh man. The next morning we got up early to head out to Xochicalco, a vast, well ...
... main areas of focus: organizing a weekly prayer vigil, education, humanitarian aid, and advocating for legislative change. The weekly prayer vigil takes place every Tuesday evening along the Pan American Highway in Douglas, Arizona. Participants gather to remember and pray for those who have died crossing the border through Cochise County.
In 1988, BorderLinks began providing ...
Today I would like to share this prayer with you.
Thanksgiving Day Prayer
by Walter Rauschenbusch (1861–1918)
For the wide sky and the blessed sun,
For the salt sea and the running water,
For the everlasting hills
And the never-resting winds,
For trees and the common grass underfoot.
... not one of them. I finished the damned desk didn't I?
I witnessed a seemingly stressed conversation between my administrator and another teacher yesterday. After we walked away, my administrator told me that the other teacher was pregnant. This is exciting! This is worrisome. Mexican law requires expecting women to stop work 40 days before and after the child is born.
I've worn the same pair of pants going ...
... t expect was how little I would care.The town of Cuentepec met us with open arms and intense curiosity on our first day. We had been taught that smiling and saying a greeting to everyone we passed was the custom, but the intense stares of interest that followed us were certainly telling of the effect our visit had on the town. Most of the inhabitants of Cuentepec speak Nahuatl, an ancient language spoken by the Aztecs, and are still in the process of ...