It’s All Maya!

If Life is an illusion, then why do I keep banging my head against the wall?

Si la Vie est une illusion, pourquoi je n'arrête pas de me taper la tête sur les murs?

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The Tale of TrumpelThinskin

August 4th, 2016 · By Lynn

Once upon a time there was a man who lived in a tall glass tower in a large kingdom. This man believed he was the greatest and he surrounded himself with gold and marble and many fine luxuries, but the man was unhappy. He was bored and when he was bored everyone around him suffered, […]

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Tags: In The News · Is Anyone Listening? · Political Parlance

God Help America In This Presidential Election

March 3rd, 2016 · By Lynn

They’re all so great I don’t know who to choose. Choosing a presidential candidate isn’t like the Bachelor/Bachelorette narrowing the competition down to two beautiful candidates, each one with a great personality and has all the things they’re looking for in a future mate. No, this year we have a bunch of candidates competing, that […]

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Tags: In The News · Is Anyone Listening? · Political Parlance

The Good And Evil In This World We Live In

September 11th, 2015 · By Lynn

The spirit of New York City lives on. Today, fourteen years after 9/11, it’s a day of reflection. A day to look back and to look ahead. The spirit of New Yorkers on that fateful day gave us hope that although evil could bring them to their knees, it couldn’t destroy them. It says a […]

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Tags: In The News · Is Anyone Listening? · Political Parlance

Capture Kony in 2012? – I For One Believe!

March 9th, 2012 · By Lynn

Maya Muses:  2012 is a landmark year in many ways and capturing Joseph Kony can be one way of making this world a better place.  No, his capture will not be a panacea for our troubled world, but it will make a difference in the lives of many Ugandan children and that alone is worth […]

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Tags: In The News · Is Anyone Listening? · Political Parlance

The Girl Who Silenced the World

December 14th, 2010 · By Lynn

Maya Muses:  Severn Suzuki was 12 years old when she spoke at the UN Earth Summit in 1992 in Rio de Janeiro.  She spoke from the heart and you can’t help but listen to her. Traduit en Français Has anything changed? Sadly, no.

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Tags: If....Then.... · Is Anyone Listening? · Political Parlance · Special Moments

Ramblings, Thoughts And Wondering When Tibet Will Be Free

November 9th, 2010 · By Lynn

Potala Palace, Lhasa, Tibet I met ten refugees from Tibet not too long ago.  They had been given political asylum in France and were happy to be here while missing their homes, their families, and their friends. Kangchenjunga, Himalayas They told me how they had walked across the Himalayas from their homeland to Nepal.  It […]

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Tags: Baby Boomer Babbles · Is Anyone Listening? · Political Parlance · Travel

Don’t BS Me That SB 1070 (Arizona’s New Law) Is Not Racial Profiling!!!

May 20th, 2010 · By Lynn

When you have ten Mexican-Americans in a sleek silver gray rented mini-bus traveling together with one Anglo in tow it doesn’t turn heads in the Southwest, at least not in Texas, New Mexico, Nevada, or California.  As we ventured our way into the depths of Arizona, however, we caused a stir among the local authorities […]

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Tags: In The News · Is Anyone Listening? · Political Parlance

Pedophile Polanski Praised By Hollywood

October 1st, 2009 · By Lynn

Is it any wonder that Hollywood is in an uproar that Roman Polanski was held by Swiss authorities when he was on his way to the Zurich Film Festival for a lifetime achievement award???  Of course not!  These people don’t live by the same standards that you and I live by!  When the rich and famous […]

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Tags: Entertainment · In The News · Paris - Paname · Political Parlance

Where Is She?

June 29th, 2009 · By Lynn

In 1979 I met a young Iranian girl, Sharareh, who had come to Paris to study French.  Her father brought her to France and then returned to Iran.  Sharareh was left alone for the first time in her life in a strange city and a strange country, but she was excited to be in Paris and we became […]

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Tags: Baby Boomer Babbles · In The News · Paris - Paname · Political Parlance

To Burka Or Not To Burka – That Is The Question!

June 23rd, 2009 · By Lynn

If there aren’t enough problems in France with the Arab population not feeling integrated into French society (it’s not just a feeling, the majority are not) then French President Sarkozy wanting to ban the Burka in France will only add to the discord that already exist. Today I will play Devil’s Advocate and say that […]

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Tags: In The News · Paris - Paname · Political Parlance


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