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Photos of one of my favorite places taken on the weekend of February 25th, 2012.

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It is very simple: elephant balls. When I was growing up in Beardstown, Illinois I asked my Dad what the round balls were for that some people had in their front yards. He said they were to keep the elephants away. Since then, I have always referred to these mysterious yard ornaments as elephant balls.

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That’s right, I’m not in the USA. I’m attending a summit conference in Toronto, Canada with a few hundred other homeopaths learning more about case-taking from Rajan Sankaran. Just around the corner from the venue, I saw this sign in a local pharmacy. How nice to see! Maybe someday we’ll see more of these signs

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t Better Days….   That was our first gut impression. But it was only kids playing with firecrackers on the streets outside the hotel. We had arrived in Tripoli, Libya and were a bit apprehensive at first. Posters of  Muammar al-Qaddafi greet you in the airport, and are scattered on buildings and billboards across the

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It’s my first time. blogging on a cell phone pad. I’m now in Dallas and about to catch a fly to Miami ending the first leg of this trip to Haiti. I’m headed back for another week, this time joining a medical team already in place. I had to sign a 5 page waiver to

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I took my nephew to Vegas while he was out for a visit on his Christmas break. First time for him, so walked the strip, checked out most of the hotels, saw a few shows, and I lost some money on slots. But the best money I spent was $30 for a foot massage. After

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The morning was spent seeing patient at St. Vincent’s School for the Handicapped with the team from Homeopaths Without Borders. Mostly new patients but a few that came back for follow ups, with big smiles. Fevers were gone, pains were improved. In the afternoon I connected with an acquaintance I had previously met in India

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At this school– St. Vincent’s for Handicapped Children, the children are taught their value, what they can do. Everyone is important to someone else. So we see those with legs helping those who can’t walk. Ones who can’t see are led by kids who can see, but are deaf. And they are learning Braille, typing,

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I have been to 5 total solar eclipses. Each was unique, overwhelming, and awe-inspiring. But, that wasn’t the best part. It’s about the journey. Eclipses can happen anywhere, anytime-when the conditions are right. That’s when the moon aligns between the sun and the earth. I traveled to a beach in Guatemala, the coast of Venezuela,

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Travel opens your mind. Travel is good for the soul. It gives you a new perspective; gets you out of your bubble,  out of the safe zone. I have always had the travel bug. Not sure why – part of my “makeup”, or my homeopathy remedy picture I guess. Some people have no desire to

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About Me

I graduated from the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine, and completed a residency in Internal Medicine at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. My classical Homeopathy training was completed in 2008 at the American Medical College of Homeopathy. When not working, I enjoy travelling the world, visiting other countries and cultures. Photography, gardening and hiking are my hobbies.

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Phone:(602) 320-5181
Location: Near 15th Ave & Thomas, Central Phoenix.
Email: gmeyer28@cox.net