Aung Myo Ming’s Gift to Burma

I believe this a worthy cause and hope that readers will support it. Burmese human rights activist,  Aung Myo Ming returns to Burma, now Myanmar, after 24 years in exile, bearing a gift to his homeland, that, hopefully, its current rulers  will appreciate. Continue reading “Aung Myo Ming’s Gift to Burma”

Still the Chosen People?

News reports of the carnage in Gaza and Occupied Territories is horrifying. Everyday, children, fathers, mothers, grandparents, teenagers, anyone we can think of, dies. In these places, they live with war, it’s an everyday hazard that one doesn’t get used to. Continue reading “Still the Chosen People?”

Indecent Actions

The idea of indecency is often narrowly interpreted, restricted to indecent exposure or flashing, sexual indecency, vulgarity and pornographic literature, films etc.  Yet, thinking about it, indecency covers a whole range of actions, especially when the cowardly powerful think it necessary to treat the marginalized, weak and vulnerable like dirt. That the Devil is alive and well in the world today is true. Continue reading “Indecent Actions”

God is a Socialist

When I was young, I was taught that different faiths were different pathways to the same supreme Spirit, called God, for practical purposes. Thinking about it, and this is a layman’s view, not that of an expert on religion, God  must seem different to people of different ethnicity, culture and social background. Continue reading “God is a Socialist”