nathan f. elmore
Along the Wahiba Sands, in Oman, in 2012.
A story is a way to say something that can’t be said any other way.
While we may cherish our various rich religious inheritances, the essence of our being cannot be contained by the boundaries of religious definition.
In Thailand, not your ordinary tale of human interest.
Flashback. Ryan Seacrest needs a boost. Vladimir Putin issues a tweet, and a warning. Mitt Romney offers a little advice to Missy Franklin.
Flashback. Ryan Lochte's father grabs a parenting award. The Italian men's water polo team visits the British Museum. Usain Bolt and Carl Lewis collaborate on an album.
My four-course meal at the Golden Corral, in photos.
In China, a Confucian revival reminds me of a music video by M. Ward, which reminds me of the Hebrew Bible.
It just came over me.