Tag Archives: Nepal

Look at all you’ve done: Maggie Doyne’s story

Things get better when someone demands they do, and follows up that demand by action. That’s not the right word. Things. Too  cold, too empty. Wrong. Lives. That’s better. Lives and hearts and minds. That’s what gets better. When hearts … Continue reading

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Celebrate Ravi (and thanks for letting me participate)

About a dozen years ago I had the pleasure of interviewing a young woman from Mendham, N.J. who had started a remarkable journey: Opening an orphanage in the Kopila Valley, Nepal. Later, when the world became aware of Maggie Doyne’s … Continue reading

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