Archive for “No Borders” Travel
Most people accept that we modern American’s gave the native Alaskans the gift of civilization. This article presents the native point of view.
Michelangelo’s First Love Michelangelo is best known for his incredible frescos in the Sistine Chapel. But he didn’t enjoy painting. He really didn’t want to do the chapel ceiling. He was coaxed into it, and he sometimes complained and felt resentful. His body took a pounding due to the strange posture that was necessary to [...]
Many people believe that the ancient art of sun worship was primitive, even stupid. But that belief is born out of an inability to see through ancient eyes. Once you can see the ancient point of view, you might even find it to be a truly enlightened perspective. The sun was a symbol for the [...]
By Cathy Eck Egyptian Taxi Drivers I’ve traveled all over, and I’m very trusting of taxi and bus drivers. It is a rare occasion when I don’t thoroughly enjoy being driven. I love soaking in the scenery and snapping an occasional photo. But my foot is usually pressed tightly to the floor, as if I [...]
A chance meeting with an angry Muslim woman provokes some deep thinking and a lot of letting go before I can truly love her.
A chance encounter with a delightful juice bar operator reminds me that heaven is just a local call away.
Many people ask me how to be a cruise ship guest speaker. This article explains how I did it and provides the links to the websites that I used.
The pyramids are unique in that they cannot be explained. This article reminds us that in a world of answers, we have lost our right to doubt and to challenge the accepted point of view.
Most people don’t realize that the modern tale of the Lion King was a remake of the ancient Egyptian tale of Isis and Osiris. Simba was the Son of God, Horus.
We often make fun of the ancient native beliefs. But in this article, I point out how our current point of view is more insane.