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The Poet’s Passage in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico is a quaint, classy cafe in the heart of the old city area of San Juan, where artisan coffee and homemade plum cakes are sold, and where this blog post. It was more of the cafe's charm and less my feelings and desire, which inspired me to start writing there, honestly.…

If I were to walk up to you and ask you what you've achieved so far, what is the first thing you’d think of? A large number of us will instantly think of the money we've made. Or the possessions we, err, possess because of the money we've made. I’ve not achieved anything financially. Sure, I made money. I’ve been working…

We absolutely love education initiatives. And more so when they are reminiscent of something from the childhood. PenPal Schools is one such. An online learning community, PenPal Schools connects its students with a partner from around the world to discover and learn about other cultures, languages, people, issues and perspectives. Learners (usually between ages 9 and 22) from different backgrounds share…

After a personal analysis of my work calendar I have found that I meet, on an average, two thousand new people every month. Working as an educator, song writer, screenplay writer, executive producer, and poet, I feel like I am in the business of saying first hellos and final goodbyes all the time. This October though was different. I travelled…

I’ve got a coach. It’s the little voice in my head that talks to me. You know what I’m talking about when I say voice in my head – it’s that little version of you who’s watching you go through life, and when you’re alone, he/she is awake and talking, especially at 2 in the night when you want to…

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