Belize In America “on the go”
As you tour Belize, you will undoubtedly discover some great places to eat and sleep; you will also meet a lot of friendly faces, but not all will leave a mark. I stayed at Casa Placencia for four nights, and each day left indelible memories in my mind. My entire stay, from check-in to check-out, […]
The pleasure I had on Blackbird Caye a few months ago to bask for almost a week on sandy shores near turquoise, azure, navy blue waters, and to soak in the feel of nature’s elements as I learned about the island’s ecology was a rare treat. There is a way in which such environments hug […]
This video was shot at the Habinahan Wanaragua competition in Dangriga, Belize on December 14th, 2014.
The healing work of Chancy Deanna, one of my former students who has dedicated her life to enabling women to awaken their feminine consciousness (see, www.chancydeanna.com) reinforces my awareness of the sacredness of women and their vast role in transforming a society. I first met Chancy, now a Shamanic energy healer and women’s empowerment coach, […]
That was a popular song of Wilfred Peters (http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PYr3gkGXzA8). But I kept thinking of it this morning and it wasn’t in a positive way. I felt Mister Peters would run away if he saw how our national identity is slipping when it comes to music. Music like sports binds people together. That is why countries […]
Here are some photos from this year’s Official St. George’s Caye Day Ceremony in Belize City, Belize.
The Pantempters performing at the Pan Yaad Bands Concert at the House of Culture in Belize City, Belize – Marching toward the September 21st, Belize’s 33rd anniversary as an independent nation.
An important standard by which the quality of a democracy is determined, is not only the degree to which all citizens – men and women – are able to effectively participate in the political system, but also how equitably represented they are public office. The participation of women in positions of political power not only […]