Voyage for Peace
STUDY: How figures of speech affect our thoughts and attitude – Planet Earth
Gahl Sasson is an established author and has been teaching workshops on Kabbalah, Astrology, and Mysticism around the globe for over 15 years. In his study he looks at how local "figures of speech affect our thoughts and attitude" explaining, "One of the great benefits of traveling around the world is that I get to hear vastly different languages in a short span of time. My ears process ancient sound bits, carried from one generation to the other, producing sometimes tones and melodies I cannot even repeat. This affords me the opportunity to examine different cultures based on their tongues without even knowing how to speak their language."
Voyage for Peace
STUDY: My journey to Africa is the culmination of my dream of exploring the world and doing humanitarian aid work – Africa
Mascha Anne Davis is a humanitarian aid worker, registered dietitian, world traveler and eternal optimist, her moving Voyage for peace takes place in East Africa, where she is currently working to give aid to the community in the beguiling and war torn land of Sudan.
STUDY: Istanbul rising – ISTANBUL
Something dramatic and exhilarating is happening in Istanbul. In late May, the habitants of this ancient city, once a capital to Roman, Byzantines, Latin and Ottoman Empires and now the largest city of modern Turkey, took to the streets in what would become the biggest uprising in Turkish history. The Turkish photographer and filmmaker Can Evgin went back to the city of Istanbul to document his home cities moment in history.
STUDY: Time to stop and smell the roses – Peru and Bolvia
Kirsty Caylor is the co-founder and creative director of Maiyet an ethical luxury goods brand. Her Voyage took her to Peru and Bolivia to connect with two places that are very important to Maiyet. With her schedule so busy, trips can be quite quick – one or two days in any given place. This was time to stop and smell the roses –if even only for a few extra moments.