An August Photo Diary

By: Gabriela Yareliz Hello, friends. Here we are. At the end of another month. It has been one of a lot of growth for me, I feel. One of those months where you feel the way gum looks when you lift up your shoe, and it is stretched into little strings. Expanded. Here are someContinue reading “An August Photo Diary”

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY, DECEMBER 10

By: Gabriela Yareliz Today, we are celebrating Human Rights Day. It’s a cause worth fighting for. I know Humanitarian Day is August 19, but I want to honor humanitarians and missionaries on this day, too. They are, day-by-day, fighting for people’s basic needs all over the world; they spread hope, joy and love. There is still much toContinue reading “HUMAN RIGHTS DAY, DECEMBER 10”

Celebrating Women: Radhika Coomaraswamy

By: Gabriela Yareliz Radhika Coomaraswamy is under the UN Secretary General as a Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict. She fought an arranged marriage, and in 1994 served as U.N. Human Rights Commission Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women (See: pg. 136, Marie Claire, March 2007). When asked who her role model was, sheContinue reading “Celebrating Women: Radhika Coomaraswamy”

Quote of the Day: Ravi Zacharias

“Mahatma Gandhi made the comment that of all the truths of the Christian faith, the one that stood supreme to him was the cross of Jesus. He granted that it was without parallel. It was the innocent dying for the guilty, the pure exchange for the impure. This evil cannot be understood through the eyesContinue reading “Quote of the Day: Ravi Zacharias”

Cultural Relativism and the Emasculation of Truth: Ravi Zacharias

By: Gabriela Yareliz AGE OF REASON I have been listening to this series by Ravi Zarcharias, Oxford University Scholar and Professor, called Cultural Relativism and the Emasculation of Truth. He starts off mentioning so many different news headlines, like the ones of children killing others, and young people mindlessly killing peers and even family membersContinue reading “Cultural Relativism and the Emasculation of Truth: Ravi Zacharias”

This weeks picks

By: Gabriela Yareliz Here are some awesome things I came across: 1] Gandhi’s Seven Dangers to Human Virtue: 1. Wealth without work 2. Pleasure without conscience 3.Knowledge without character 4. Business without ethics 5. Science without humanity 6.Religion without sacrifice 7. Politics without principle 2] Still- By Hillsong One of the prettiest songs I haveContinue reading “This weeks picks”

‘Put your hearts up’ and ‘Send it on’…

By: Gabriela Yareliz Songs on my inspiration playlist: ‘Put your hearts up’ with Ariana Grande. /You think you’re so small Like you’re itty bitty. Just one match in the lights of the city Walking by strangers on the side of the street Like a quarter in a cup’ll get ’em up on their feet, likeContinue reading “‘Put your hearts up’ and ‘Send it on’…”