Beyond Poverty & First World Problems is Beauty

Dina and Monica

“I don’t want to have lived in vain like most people. I want to be useful or bring enjoyment to people, even those I’ve never met.”  –Anne Frank We walk down a narrow, rocky, muddy path, littered with garbage. We pass by a grandfather with white hair working in a shop, fixing what appears to [Read More...]

Tramp for the Lord

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I must uphold  my ideals, for perhaps the time will come when I shall be able to carry them out.  – Anne Frank- It is either an appalling thing or a good thing that I have walked more in the past 48 hours in Amsterdam than I did all of last year in America.  As [Read More...]

Amsterdam: God’s Rembrandt

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Amsterdam is God’s Rembrandt, a piece of stunningly horrific beauty.  Built in 1956, the year I was born, this World War II memorial represents the suffering inflicted upon this region. This, after all, is the place where dozens of youngsters like Anne Frank, like Corrie Ten Boom, participated in very treacherous adventures of hide-and-seek with the Germans. [Read More...]


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