Over 20 years ago my neighborhood, Habitat, was constructed by Habitat for Humanity. When it was built, this neighborhood was the last frontier of the city of Tacna. Beyond Habitat were farms, dirt, and somewhere out there, the Peruvian-Chilean border. Today, Habitat stands strong as its own community and is no longer the last neighborhood […]Read More When There is No Water: The Stress of Uncertainty
I have always been fascinated by dreams. How is it that our brain can invent stories, people, places that we never seemed to encounter in our waking life? How is it that I can close my eyes and find myself in a world defying gravity, filled with things my rather mundane and ordinary imagination could […]Read More A Volunteer Who Happens to Work as a Teacher? A Teacher Who’s Just a Volunteer?