Launching Bahá’í Chronicles

Three years ago, Neda  Najibi started a series on her Facebook page titled ‘Did You Know?’ portraying stories about Bahá’í Heroes and Heroines. She  did this because she noticed there wasn’t a single online location systematically attempting to capture the heroism, struggles, victories, sacrifices, and  the dedication of  past and present Bahá’ís. The death ofContinue reading “Launching Bahá’í Chronicles”

Playing Robin Hood

To play, to dream, to collaborate – the collage above involved all these three things, and was a result of my son’s brilliant idea to play Robin Hood and have me photograph him. Today he is away on a camp for leaders, and no there is no archery set with him, but he is goingContinue reading “Playing Robin Hood”

Bolt of Talent: Lessons in the Making of a Champion

Today’s blog continues my interest in running.  This morning I was inspired by watching the fastest 100 metres final ever,  seven finalists ran under 10 seconds. I don’t profess to be a professional sports writer, but there is something about Usain Bolt’s achievement that can inspire us all and something magical about today’s final thatContinue reading “Bolt of Talent: Lessons in the Making of a Champion”