Monthly Archives: July 2013

What Good is Raging, If There is No Machine to Rage Against?

Last week, Rolling Stone magazine printed bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover of its latest issue inciting outrage across the country. The cover probably deserved this negative reaction. If it hadn’t, there would be something questionable about the America we live … Continue reading

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This Post Reeks of Privilege

I’ve been thinking a lot about privilege lately. The other day I spent time with a newly arrived refugee couple, helping them get registered with different social services. The process, like any governmental one, took hours and hours to complete. … Continue reading

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Navigating a Politically Correct World

(This piece is best accompanied by my other piece written a few weeks ago which you can find here) The other day I went to a shop in order to get some Boba tea, it was hot and I wanted … Continue reading

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Things I cannot wait to show my kids

As a pop culture fiend who engulfed everything to the fullest of my imagination from an early age (my imaginary friends were the kid characters from Barney), I have fond memories of the things I watched, listened to, and read … Continue reading

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You People

The other day at a meeting for my internship with World Relief Garden Grove, we had Vice President Dan Kosten in the office to tell us about the history and the vision of World Relief. During the meeting he said … Continue reading

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