India became the world’s most populous country in April, eclipsing an aging China, the United Nations reported. The milestone raises questions on whether India can repeat the economic success that has made China central to the world economy and a leading global power.
We can all remember family trips and excursions we took as children. For me, these were opportunities to escape the oppressive summer heat in one of Oregon’s inland valleys where we lived. Trips to the state’s coast, exploring the mountains, or wandering through the Redwood Forest immediately come to mind. Yet the big trips were not the only ones that made an impression on me, but also many smaller, personal family activities.