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Consideration, Community & “Chef-ery”

mise en place - French (in a professional kitchen) the preparation of dishes and ingredients before the beginning of service Before the picnic, there's the planning and the prep, the gathering, creating and displaying. There's an enti...

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What Peace Is & What Peace Is Not ~ a Zambezi Lesson

You know the moment just before you fall asleep? When, if you're lucky, and still conscious enough, you can catch yourself falling, slipping... You feel your body and mind passing over. It's out of your control. One minute you're thinkin...

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The Simple Freedom of Royal Chundu’s Island Treehouse

What's essential to you? We've been asking this in our quest to ensure that we're living from the heart. To make sure that we don't forget what is really important to us as individuals and as a community, as humanity, as we move along th...

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Changing Lives Through Photography on the Zambezi

“Essentially what photography is is life lit up.” — Sam Abell Photography is purpose and storytelling, it is celebration and conservation. It is so much more than a camera and a subject. We've felt the way it has transformed us on the ...

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