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19 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

The Glorious Journey Home – Part 1 (Beachcomber)

Alright, so many if you want to know how it was to be back in Fiji, what we all did, where we went, and curse us for telling you about the wonderful, life-changing times we had while we were there. We landed at Nadi International Airport on Sunday morning. The air was fresh and crisp–though […]

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06 October 2014 ~ 5 Comments


It’s hard to imagine how a fish can survive without water, how a plant can live without sunlight, how a human can survive without air. Actually, it is rather impossible. And I can no longer do it. I went home on August 22, 2014, for the first time in 14 years, 9 months and 9 […]

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16 July 2014 ~ 4 Comments

Coming Soon: Fiji Islands

Speaking from personal experience, I’m sensitive to the fact that many of my friends, clients, and community members are practically trapped in the United States, unable to visit their home countries, unable to see loved ones, and even attend their funerals abroad. But going back to Fiji, my home country, is all I’ve ever wanted […]

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02 April 2014 ~ 4 Comments

Can An Undocumented Immigrant Travel to Hawaii?

Short answer, yes, with a valid, unexpired government-issued ID, one can go to Hawaii and come back to the U.S. Well, at least I did with my California state-issued ID. (Results may differ for different people so proceed with caution or seek legal advice before you travel!) How was Hawaii? It’s like any other tropical […]

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11 March 2014 ~ 3 Comments

2014 Windcall Residency for Transformative Organizing

I’ve received great news – I’ve been awarded a 2014 Windcall Residency in the Olympic Peninsula of Washington state to pursue resilient, healing and transformative organizing! As you may know, the Windcall Residency Program is a nationally recognized and pioneering leadership renewal program. It is one of the most powerful programs that many of its […]

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