Salt Lake City, UT -- July 22, 2007

Reading Hinduism, A Cultural Perspective, by David R. Kinsley . She’s trying to find a correlation between idea of female diety and how females participate in socity and culture.

Her favorite book--The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho.

Recently she read The Dark Ages of America, by Morris Berman, which is about how our country is severely declining. It makes you sad, she said. She had to put it down a lot. It’s apocalyptic and it makes you feel like crap.

About three months ago she read , Emergency Sex and Other Desperate Measures: A TRUE STORY FROM HELL ON EARTH, by Kenneth Cain, Heidi Postlewait and Andrw Thomson, which Is about three U.N. Peackeeping missions. Reading this was a turning point for hier. It initiated a start of political awarness and a new path, along the lines of doing school to U.N. working on reform. There’s got to be a better way, she said.

1 comment:

heather said...

it is really amazing how much more diverse the reading seems to be in salt lake than nampa.

am so enjoying your journey (vicariously)!