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Welcome to my Circumnavigator’s Blog

Kind World, I would like to cordially welcome you all to my blog, tracking my Circumnavigator’s trip during the coming summer 2019. As you can read in the “About” section in the corner of the lovely cover photo of the Australian Baha’i Choral Festival, I have been afforded a once-in-a-lifetime experience… to travel around the… Read more »

From an English Pub in a Filipino shopping mall:

Disclaimer: ‘Twas supposed to post this exactly week ago, but I didn’t. Oh well. Happy reading. Just trying to keep things interesting here. Exactly two months in, folks! It’s day three in the Philippines—and I’m in love. I’ve stuck with the mindset of “no expectations” throughout this trip. It’s prevented me losing morale when things… Read more »

We approach the end

Lankey, my host program, gave me the opportunity to do a week-long internship where I teach students about the SAT. I decided to take it. While I’m here in Morocco practicing and studying French, I wanted to give back to the community I’m a part of. Plus, while I’m here I can speak French as… Read more »

The Immaculate “Conceptions”

Many contemporary theologians consider Mother Mary to the first Christian, as “if she never believed it, she never would have conceived it.” Today we will explore the word “conception” and the ways in which Mary interacts with different types of conceptions, from the physical to the mental. Although there was no linguistic connection between types… Read more »