Hello, World.


Look ma, I’m on the internet. Not the first time it’s happened, of course, but it’s been a while since I’ve had a dedicated space of my own to share my thoughts and perspectives. Back when I lived in India, I kept the blog Live From Bombay, documenting my time living in that city while working in an NGO and exploring what it meant to be immediately out of college and in a city very far from home.

This, I think, is a little different. I’ve settled down a bit since then, am back in my home town of NYC, and have made what is sure to be a temporarily comfortable little life of work, family and community with a smattering of travels and projects peppered in here and there. And I’ve felt settled long enough that I thought it might be time to start another blog to share some of the insights or random thoughts and experiences that punctuate my life.

I don’t have a full sense of what this blog will be, but for me it starts with the intention to make my presence on the internet a bit more intentional. Beyond that, it’s an experiment, and one which I look forward to sharing with you. Cheers.

Photo by Oskay, licensed under Creative Commons.

5 Responses to “Hello, World.”

  1. 1 alist December 5, 2008 at 8:24 pm

    RAFI! So excited you have your own “web presence.” You know, cuz that’s all about Today’s Youth. Gotta keep up with these kids.

  2. 3 rikomatic December 5, 2008 at 11:15 pm

    Welcome to the blogoverse! Mazeltov!

  3. 4 Rafi December 6, 2008 at 6:21 pm

    Thanks all, glad to be back in the blogotubes!

  4. 5 gettheshot December 6, 2008 at 11:47 pm

    Welcome to the interwebs, Rafi! Glad you were able to get your blog up. I look forward to your posts.

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