Daily Archives: 28 May 2011

How to save the world on a regular basis by sending out at least one e-mail a week

In recognition of Amnesty International’s 50th birthday today, I thought it would be a good idea to show everyone how saving the world doesn’t mean having to be the President of the United States, the United Nations Secretary General, or Aung Saan Suu Kyi, but an ordinary individual who wants to make a difference. By wanting to make a difference and actually going out there, you already have the power. When you have power and don’t use it, it is wasted and a waste of the potential you have to make change with it. As the maxim goes, “The only way for evil to succeed is for good men to stand by idly and do nothing”. Continue reading

So you’ve just discovered you’re a Third Culture Kid

The following is an article I contributed to my.tckid.com on 14 December 2009. Here it is, republished for your enjoyment and to allow more people to read (and hopefully appreciate it). Continue reading