Author: El Borak

Can A Leopard Change His Spots?

Or, can a white guy change his skin? TAMPA, Fla. — Ja Du, born a white male named Adam, now considers himself a Filipino. He even drives what he calls a Tuk Tuk, an Asian-derived vehicle used for public transit in the Philippines. Ja Du is part of a small but growing number of people who call themselves transracial. The term once referred only to someone (or a couple) of a one race adopting a child of another, but now it’s becoming associated with someone born of one race who identifies with another. As of today, people who ‘identify’...

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Pray for your leaders

I was at a Wednesday night bible study the day after Bill Clinton was first elected president, and people were bummed. Our large, conservative, suburban church had lots of folks who were politically active. Some had won their races or been involved in winning campaigns, others had lost. But local and state elections were overshadowed by this unknown if charismatic Democrat who was about to lead the nation.  “What are we to do about it?” many people were asking. “We are going to pray for him,” answered one wizened old gent. “Right now.” And we gathered around him and...

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Garlic in the Garden

Late fall is usually the time when the garden gets cleaned out. The last of the pumpkin vines and pepper plants are added to the compost bin, those pesky grasses get dug out, and a fat layer of chopped leaves is added in preparation for a quiet winter. But fall is also an excellent time to plant one of the easiest and tastiest vegetables: garlic. Garlic is a member of the onion family, and can be found in innumerable recipes. Its health benefits are widely acknowledged. It is also among America’s most imported vegetables – The United States imports...

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A Test of His Metal, Part II

(Part I can be found here). “What did your grandfather kill to win his man-hunt?” Jack’s query brought Dominic back to the soft forest road they had been traveling together in unspoken agreement. “I asked him once, but he wouldn’t say. Maybe he doesn’t remember. He is always complaining that his mind is ebbing as quickly as his strength.” “It had to be something,” Jack offered. Dominic shrugged. Jack still retained a firm grasp of the obvious, he thought. What might be less obvious was a path that would lead them far from the forest road, even as it led...

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A Test of His Metal, Part I

Dominic raised his longsword into what he hoped was a threatening stance: blade high above his left shoulder, his right elbow pointed forward. He tried to slow his breathing, lest it reveal his fear. First one foot right and then the other, he slid from the forest road, careful to avoid the fallen limbs that lay in wait just below the floor of ferns. The short man he kept in his sights, but the taller man, the one with the club, was getting behind him. He slid again to the right, but soon found his way blocked by a...

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