“I became an American citizen a year ago, so to call myself an American is very powerful and meaningful for me. To me, it means freedom with responsibility, freedom to be yourself, freedom to speak your mind, and freedom to dream bigger dreams. The privilege of calling oneself an American comes with great responsibility and awareness—it means that we have the power to change and impact our own and others’ lives in a positive way. And if we want change, then we need to be agents of change. Inaction is not an option.” #imwithher
Nightline: Prabal Gurung on Michelle Obama and The American Dream
Himalayan Carrot Pudding
T-4 until Thanksgiving. How do you prep? Add this recipe to your repertoire to maintain grace under pressure this holiday. HIMALAYAN CARROT PUDDING ...
Enigma, by Pablo Neruda: Victory. It has come late, I had not learnt how to arrive, like the lily, at will, the white figure, that pierces the motionless et...