Monthly Archives: December 2011

A Day to Remember

Today is a day of celebration: 29 years ago, my wife, Carrla was in labor when an up-til-that-moment normal pregnancy suddenly went haywire.  Our son’s heart rate unexpectedly skyrocketed then dropped to nearly inperceptible, and then shot back up again. The obstetrician was not a very … Continue reading

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Unpopular thoughts concerning trafficking (child, sex, otherwise) and other sins

After traipsing through several small villages in Sri Lanka, Haiti, and Orissa, India over the past few months, I have found myself thinking more and more about the “industries” of child and women sex trafficking. Actually, I’ve been pondering all sorts of … Continue reading

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