learning & Surveying compassion in Jordan

In Amman the buildings are dense, piled on top of each other, no spaces in between - evidence of a city that grew out of necessity. During the day the sight can be overwhelming, but at sunset the repetitive architecture reflects back a pink light that captures the city and you can feel a collective … Continue reading learning & Surveying compassion in Jordan


It’s the Fourth of July and I can hear the bombs dropping on Syria. Here in Ramtha we are 5km from the city of Dara’a. It’s loud and constant for months in Dara’a and for years throughout Syria. I used to love fireworks. I don’t anymore. ARRIVAL: I arrived in Jordan on June 29th excited … Continue reading Jordan