Life is Too Short for Ordinary
Rachel Miller tells us what life lessons she has learned from her years of world travel.
Azhar Alfadl Miranda tells On The Cusp about losing her religion, only to find it again.
"So last week was the 69th annual United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), here in New York City. For some, the UNGA is kind of as important as New York Fashion Week, except instead of people walking around with satellites on their heads, delegates are rocking power suits and leather shoes. The UNGA is an event virtually made for Libras. It’s an event designed to promote discussion and debate in an effort to move towards worldwide harmony. And it’s the only United Nations event which gives all member nations equal representation. Smells like Libra spirit to me.
Anyway, whether you care about the United Nations or not, I’m here to tell you that you probably should. Unless you plan on living your life like an ignorant jellyfish then be my guest. But for the rest of you, here is my 2014 UNGA list of highlights."