Tag Archives: humanity

March to Protect History

Today, Armenians commemorate those who lost their lives during the Genocide on April 24, the day in 1915 when several hundred Armenian intellectuals and professionals were arrested and executed as the start of the genocide. This was the prelude to … Continue reading

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Red

Red. It is the color of Love. It is hot, vibrant, and intense. It is exciting and even aggressive. Red is passion, bold, provocative, seductive, sexy. It is also the color of extremes; the core symbol of power and spirituality, … Continue reading

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Your Roots, Your Backbone

Last week I had the honor of addressing the 2018 Winter Graduates of University of La Verne College of Arts and Sciences. Here is the speech. Traditionally commencement speeches contain life advice, words of wisdom, ideas on how to be … Continue reading

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I’ve Watched Mothers

Dedicated to the women who’ve lost a child and to the women who share the burden of loss. To the women of soldiers and to the women soldiers. To the women who pray and to the women who ask for a prayer.  Mother: she … Continue reading

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Look in the Mirror

There comes a pivotal moment in everyone’s life when fleeting past a window or mirror, he or she stops for a split second because the image reflected appears as that of his or her parent. Looking in the mirror these … Continue reading

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Empowering Women

The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day, celebrated globally on March 8, is “Empowering Women, Empowering Humanity: Picture It.”  This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, a significant turning point in … Continue reading

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