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Maureen Kris focuses on socio-spiritual and religio-spiritual issues that present in government and the everyday life of the people with an intention to find solutions toward peaceful co-existence and harmony.
The blog posts by Maureen Kris are published as preliminary study that may advance more formal research at universities and government. Her study is based on observation, experience and training according to the disciplines within which she is merited.
Realized today that the Ruby port is disrespectful to the mixology (really cheapens and demeans the libation), especially to the Venezuelan reserve rum. Spoke with Harry, the Brentwood Wine and Spirits Vendor, and he suggested the Taylor Fladgate Port Wine instead that is aged in oak and middle of the road price (keeping true to the Bacardi distinction). It is made in Portugal (of course) but its owners are British with a base in New York. I also gave equal proportions of both rums and the port (1 oz each) as the spirit for the mixology. Pomegranate was a little more than 1 oz with a twist of lemon. A splash of pure cane syrup. Very balanced, sweet and unique. A nice cocktail for easy enjoyment with insight.
Maureen Kris is educated in advanced spiritual studies, political science and international relations. For more details please visit: http://brentwoodspiritualstudiesinstitute.org/maureen-kris-bio.html