I have been enchanted with Cuenca since the day I arrived. I’ve also been writing about Cuenca since my earliest days. This article was originally printed in CuencaHighLife. I recently wrote an article about the tragedy facing Venezuela, and the river of refugees and immigrants seeking comfort. I’ve been thinking for weeks about the misery and hardships these people are enduring every day, and my heart aches. That they are swimming in a river of tears is hardly an exaggeration. Most disconcerting, however, are the draconian policies enacted in the U.S. and reported by the world press. One must strain to…
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