I Wish I’d Had the Courage to Live a Life True to Myself, Not The Life Others Expected of Me

An Australian woman named Bronnie Ware spent several years as a nurse in palliative care, focusing on relieving and preventing the suffering of patients. Many times, she would tend to the needs of dying patients, and would often ask them if they had any regrets or would do anything differently. The most common regret of … Continue reading I Wish I’d Had the Courage to Live a Life True to Myself, Not The Life Others Expected of Me

How to Thrive.

So I officially have fourteen days left of my World Race. It’s information that I have been trying my best to avoid, but is lovingly repeated over and over again by my squad mates. It’s the kind of stuff that makes me want to listen to Graduation by Vitamin C and cry. It’s also the … Continue reading How to Thrive.

The Tattooed Preacher

(Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Rachel Barnette, currently serving in Nepal, but this post is from Rachel’s time in India.) “Who wants to preach tonight?” “I will.” We get there. There: a Hindu village. Hinduism is he dominant religion of India that emphasizes dharma with its resulting ritual and social observances and … Continue reading The Tattooed Preacher