The Metro Mosh

I stood three feet from the edge of the platform looking overtop of everyone into the dark corridor. I heard the rushing sound of wind. Then the rhythmic clicking of the train passing over the tracks. Thirty seconds later I saw a light appear from the subway tunnel.

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Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay

I sat staring out a starboard window mesmerized by the slow churning turbid water. My mind was adrift being sucked out to sea by the current until my gaze was interrupted by an approaching ship. Uruguay lay to the front of us only an hour away but all I could see out of the forward window was what appeared to be a vast ocean.

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Real Simple and Tiny Homes

Check out these simple and tiny homes.

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Freddo or Volta?

The Argentines love their sweets. Cafes and pastry shops dot nearly every corner of Buenos Aires. The sell amazing cakes, chocolates, flan and alfajores.

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Café Tortoni

Café Tortoni serves more than just coffee. They serve up the memories of Buenos Aires repast.

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Pot Holes, Speed Bumps and Detours

Our journey down the Simple Living path has been anything but simple and has been repeatedly marked by the unexpected. Many of these events were unwanted but some have been a blessing.

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Where Are We Most Alive?

The essence of voluntary simplicity as stated by Kabir is...

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The Power of Nothing

What is the most powerful substance known to man?

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Where is my Fortune?

The other day I had lunch at a Chinese restaurant with a good friend. At the conclusion of our meal the waitress dropped off the customary fortune cookies and that is when things got interesting.

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Persistence

As a kid sports came easy for me. I was quick with fast reflexes and did not have to practice as hard as my friends. Many would consider this a blessing. In my case it cultivated improper expectations.

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