Within this writing I share my congratulations and best wishes for Mexican Independence Day, and offer a moment to reflect upon the Mexican interconnections with Spanish history and the Americas.
Within this writing I share my Happy 74th Birthday wishes to the U.S. Airforce to connect with the American Afghanistan Evacuation Missions that exemplify humanitarian service in action. Thank You and HAPPY 74th BIRTHDAY!!!
Within this writing I share my wished for the celebrations of National Hispanic Heritage Month! I wish everyone a very happy Hispanic Heritage Month!
Within this writing I share a moment of hope that was derived from reading passages from the book entitled: “THE WORLDS GREATEST PROPOSALS” by Fred Cuellar. This reading was very personal and deep especially as I reflected upon the pain of severed relations, to once again find the continual hope of human to human love.
Originally hand-written on September 14th 2021, all images are my own. With Love & Kindness! 🕊
Within this writing I reflect upon the 9|11 commemoration, remembrances and T. V. broadcasts. I felt that it was important as a mechanism to share one another’s grief and honor that the victims and survivors of the 9/11 attacks are real, their stories continue to exist on this 20th Anniversary.
On September 11th 2021 the nation of America united to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attack that took place on September 11th 2001. On this solemn day of remembrance, I share your sorrow and grief. God Bless You, protect you and keep you safe. God Bless America. Thank you for your service.Continue reading “09.11.2021.”
Within this writing I reflect upon my personal experience of visiting the 9/11 memorial in New York between May 19-20 in 2017.
A point of view (POV) with the continuation of thoughts from the American withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.
Within this writing I reflect to provide a summary of “Chapter 13 New York, ca. 1920s-’60s” from the book entitled “EL NORTE” I found this chapter refreshing to learn of the evolutions and blending of cultural infusions with arts, poetry and dance. Puerto Rican, Cuban and Spanish migration to New York led to the creation of the idea of Hispanidad, that aimed to create a shared Latin American cultural heritage.