The Lure of Comfort: Gaining the Right Perspective
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Aran had a problem. While completing his undergraduate and graduate study in the U.S., he had experienced the lure of comfort. He slowly became accustomed to many amenities he often didn’t … Read More

How Can Perspective Help You Become More Grateful? Yelena’s Story
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Gain a new perspective! Become more grateful! Which comes first – the chicken or the egg? Hearing this story from my Russian friend, Yelena, gave me an entirely new, deeply … Read More

3 International Perspectives: How America Has Made Me Better
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Three international perspectives. Women I had come to know and respect. I sat on couches with these three women from three very different parts of the world. They were nearing … Read More

Are You Blinded by Home? You Should Consider This!
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So, you’re not blind, right? You’re reading this. But are you blinded? For me, traveling and living abroad have opened my eyes to a lot. But, I’ll confess. I still … Read More

Arranged Marriage: A View from the Inside Out
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“My belief is that whatever your parents decide for you is for the better.” “My parents, especially my father, always encouraged me to do things for myself.” It would be … Read More

You can Stretch Beyond your Home Page
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“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” St. Augustine Many people find adventure in activity. Climbing the mountain, rafting the river, even … Read More