Giving

The last few days have been rainy here in Los Angeles. In addition to rain, there’s been wind. Enough wind to leave my house without power for 24 hours. In some ways it was awful, but in others it was great. 24 hours without computers is really quite lovely. 24 hours of candlelight, monopoly, reading … Read more

Tech Talk Tuesday: Doing Good

Remember the refugees?

After I finish writing this post, I’m going to bed. Upstairs, in a bed which rests above the carpet and under the roof. I am a recipient of The American Dream.

The refugee dream is simpler. A tent.

A tent keeps a family safe, a tent is $200. Not very much, really, but a little more than what I can do on my own.

The guys over at the UN introduced me to Clare, and she did this.

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First I Was A Wilzig

Recently I was contacted by the UNHCR (The United Nations Refugee Agency), they would like to reach my audience. It’s been a week, and I’ve been trying to think of how I would tackle this subject. Because it’s close to my heart and I’m fearful of editing myself too much, I’m just going to write … Read more