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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.
Following a wonderful two weeks in Quertero, I headed back south to Mexico City for a long weekend with my Mexican friends.
On Saturday we journeyed south west to the small colonial town of Tepoztlan, a town surrounded by beautiful landscape. The mountains neighbouring this town create a hugely contrasting environment to Mexico City, and I immediately notice the towns slower pace. We have lunch in the market, a vibrant ...
... under which we were expected to work. It was a far cry from her ritzy North Vancouver clinic. Alexandra was her mentor. She is a veterinarian who works for AMAC and has done thousands and thousands of surgeries. She estimates 125 spays and neuter per month for the last 22 years! When Steph told her of her usual protocols for surgery, what with IV fluids, ET tubes, gas anesthetics, ECG and ...
In the neighboring town of Temixco, we went to a great project which is a temporary home for kids and teenagers who are placed there while their family situations are worked out. Sometimes they are placed there because there is a complicated divorce in process, or sometimes there are situations of abuse. We went there simply to visit and play with the kids, and what ...
... of the things I noticed there was that in Mexico most of the men only work on weights and other devices to bulk up their muscles. In the UK, you usually see less than 10% "pumping iron" In Mexico, it's 90%. I found it very difficult to make many friends (at the school there were very few "mature" students, and most of them only stayed for a couple of weeks) and I never found a club/bar where I might find others of my age. As a result, my social life was negligible, ...