Monthly Archives: April 2012

Originally posted on National Post | News:
The 4,500-square-foot vault is a temperature-controlled former television studio, maintained at a precise 18 C with a relative humidity of 30%. The shelved boxes — all 23,000 of them — are made of acid-free…

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Originally posted on TRACK:
You may now download the TRACK-KoRoot-KUMFA-Dandelions joint NGO submission to the U.N. Universal Periodic Review, “Monitoring South Korean Intercountry and Domestic Adoption From a Human Rights Perspective,” which we submitted earlier in April. The UPR is one…

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A challenge.

At home packing for my templestay at Musang-sa in the mountains around Gyeryong. Here is the schedule. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. – special ceremony chanting 11:30 to 12 p.m. – ceremony dharma talk (Korean) 12 p.m. – lunch … Continue reading

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I love me.

Speaking of Daeun… She handed me this note today before class.

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Capiche?

This is Daeun. She came to my school about a month ago and I wasn’t sure how we were going to get on as she reminded me of someone: Me. I smelled payback time and was afraid. Since then I … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Dr. Jen Gunter:
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has polarized many people (if you are among the 3% that don’t believe me, check out the responses on my post Cancer v. The Constitution). While I am the…

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transient beauty

My life isn’t this hurtling hour, in which you see me scuttling. I am a tree, standing in front of so much… – I am the pause between two notes that may somehow always be out of harmony because Death’s … Continue reading

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