Monday, January 20, 2020

Out & About re #RandomThoughts On this #MLKDay2020

It is #MLKDay2020.  As I have been on a weekend of reflection and engagement, I decided to headline it with this I captured from Dr. King about not being afraid.    I also wanted to share some #RandomThoughts about grace, class and dignity (exemplified by what Justin Trudeau and Canada has done remembering the fallen angels of Ukraine Flight P572): 

I was heartbroken when I saw this from the Son of Narges Mohammadi speaking up for the plight of his Mother who was assaulted in Prison in Iran: 

As I was thinking about the plight of the prisoners and all Iranians, I caught this as a Mother reported to Prison for a year --and all her crime was to seek Justice for Her Son: 

I took comfort in this about righteousness, though: 

As I reflect upon this thought, I close out with this thought:

Sunday, January 12, 2020

Out & About with Brief #RandomThoughts

I decided to "break the ice" for the year as I began the year featuring the Retrospective on my Life I produced in close collaboration with StoryCorp.    It was important as this week will be 90 days since My Aunt Mahroo Left Us.

As I have hit the ground running for the year, I decided to share this Visual Essay I produced of my Year-End Travels in 2019 --and how I was in awe as to what I saw both in National Harbor and in Washington.    Please enjoy these scenes as I look forward to being supportive of the Daily Outsider and the challenging times we're faced with. 

Friday, January 10, 2020

"Who Am I?" Mike Pouraryan

I wanted to break the ice for the new year by featuring this I produced as part of the story “project last year kind of introduce myself to the world be proud of where I’ve been with Nghiem for a future of profound possibilities this is as or the last number of days and weeks there have been some distressing things about our world -They need to stay upbeat is ever so critical specially as we begin a new decade onward