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Sep
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Recently my wife and I got to experience the mile stone all parents know is on the horizon. Our oldest turned 18, and is on to upper-education, and a new chapter in life. Looking back on the journey through fatherhood there have been some amazing moments, life-long lessons, and memories. Water-proof and World-proof Like many […]

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Jun
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The similarities between Haiti’s earthquake, and Nepal’s are tragic. They offer some lessons about what’s broken in the way first-world countries respond to third-world relief. Like Haiti, Nepal was hit with a range 7. quake, a relatively minor one by first-world standards. Like Haiti, Nepal is a largely impoverished country. Like Haiti, corruption is the […]

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May
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  The contrast between our county’s coast and homelessness is stark. In every beach community from San Clemente to Seal Beach the homeless are easy to spot. Among Orange County’s total homeless population there are approximately 2000 kids who live a homeless existence in local motels. These families live in cramped single rooms, some as […]

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05
May
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January 12th, 2010 was a day that changed many lives.  What would have been a relatively minor 7.0 quake in North America, left the impoverished tiny Caribbean country of Haiti devastated. Estimates range from 60k to 316k dead, over 300k injured, and 1.5m people displaced into camps. Regardless of the accuracy of the estimates the […]

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Apr
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Cyclone Pam devastated Vanuatu on Friday, March 13, 2015 in what could be one of the worst disasters to hit the South Pacific. The storm struck the island with the force of a Category 5 hurricane, with wind gusts reported as high as 200mph (source: CNN). It is certain that the needs among the nations […]

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05
Mar
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We all have ties together as humans that transcend beyond this world. When we come together around a cause for others we feel how truly connected we are. Yesterday at Ho’okipa Beach Park on Maui, something special happened. Close to one hundred people–friends, family, and complete strangers–gathered for an 8am paddle out for a young […]

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Jan
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Dr. King’s words are more profound than a single quote can do justice to. The natural order states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. So some would say, responding to darkness with something that is equal to darkness is natural. Does that mean responding to darkness with light is supernatural, […]

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Jan
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When Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast in 2005, Facebook had only been in use for a year. Standard forms of communication were: television, newspapers, radio, landline telephones and cell phones. ‘Social media’ was not overly prominent, and it certainly did not hold the major influence on disaster preparedness, recovery and relief as it does […]

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