Travel: Angkor Wat

What images float through your mind when you think about Cambodia? Do you see images where nature meets technology, and the ancient meets the modern? If so, then you’re already on your way to understanding a piece of Cambodian culture. If you’re going to travel to Cambodia, then there are lots of places to go … Continue reading Travel: Angkor Wat

Travel: The Dwell Hotel

Overview  Chattanooga, Tennessee is known for many things. From the beautiful Tennessee river that runs through the city, to the beautiful Appalachian mountains that frame it, it is truly a tourist's playground. Chattanooga is also well known for being the site of many battles during the Civil War. As a result, Chattanooga has a wealth … Continue reading Travel: The Dwell Hotel

Q/A with a Hellenic and Norse Pagan

I tried to take Christianity seriously, as in, follow the bible carefully, accept Jesus, pray etc., but I felt nothing and this went on until the middle of 2012, when I met a pagan. It was then I got introduced and the seeds were planted. So around early 2013, I found out about Hellenism. After researching Christianity, as well as history and other religions, I converted to Hellenism. It touched my being in ways Christianity never did or could.

What is Anthropology to Anthropologists?

by 罗子禾 At a social event that took place not so long ago, I met a group of anthropologists, some of whom recently received their PhD's. I have always thought that scientists are a strange bunch. They tend to not place so much value on monetary gains in life. Instead, they spend their time digging … Continue reading What is Anthropology to Anthropologists?

To Have or not to Have?

Building a 'Portfolio' or Building a 'Life.' I woke up this morning a little hazy, but the first thing that came to mind was Peaks Journal. The second thing that came to mind was my recently published book, Evanescence: A Fairytale. These two things have been at the forefront of my mind for months, accompanied … Continue reading To Have or not to Have?

Summer Daze, Summer Haze

by Vivian The sun blasts through the window. Hazy rays of light illuminating Through the translucent pink curtains. Specks of light fall through green leaves and little eyelids. Little legs run through fresh-cut greens. Silky grass grazes through little toes and tickles little armpits. The warm air kisses the tips of little foreheads and flat … Continue reading Summer Daze, Summer Haze

Travel: Chateau Elan

Chateau Elan Winery and Resort is a luxury, 18th century french style chateau. It is located in Braselton, GA. It's about an hour north of Atlanta. The Chateau sits on several hundred acres of land. Upon entering the road to Chateau, you’re met with a grand building, and a magnificent sculpture of a woman, with … Continue reading Travel: Chateau Elan

Profile: Kylie and Leafy Co.

The following article is about Kylie, a six-year-old girl who owns her own business. She’s an energetic, and unforgettable child whose interests are multifaceted. She has a red belt in Martial Arts and is a gardener and animal lover. She’s an outward-facing child, always on the look-out for new adventures. She’s also on the Autism … Continue reading Profile: Kylie and Leafy Co.

Tolerance of Narratives

A Rule of Thumb Inspired by Rudolf Carnap Written by: 罗子禾 One day, I was striking up an interesting conversation with a friend about laws. We looked into the diversity of laws, viz. laws differ from region to region, from country to country, from era to era. We shared a moment of silent admiration after … Continue reading Tolerance of Narratives

The Broken Heart Syndrome

By: Swesuny, an excerpt from In to Her Heart   The Broken Heart Syndrome Love is like a heart disease It will never leave you in peace 'Coz when your heart is broken Underneath your rib cage there is an aching pain Sudden, intense, unbearable, chest pain Symptoms similar to a heart attack But it's … Continue reading The Broken Heart Syndrome