From the Diary of our first foreign correspondent: How sympathetic objectivity helped me in Indonesia
This kind of trust in my sources gave me the courage to leap into uncharted territories.
A pair of blood shot, hazy eyes stared coldly at Apostle Pauline McKnight. Pacing back and forth, McKnight prayed.
“We are going to wake our consciousness,” announced Antonio Perez to his three students, “To succeed, we need to learn the higher level of thinking, which is not to think. We need to stop being slaves to our minds.” The attentive adults nodded their heads in agreement as Perez hung each word in the [...]
When Dawn Eden was five years old, she was molested by the janitor at the local Jewish temple. The janitor placed his hand on her pre-adolescent thighs in the temple’s library. After Eden complained, her mother’s response was, “How could you let him do that?”
A Journey special report from New York City and Chiang Mai, Thailand*
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