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July 06, 2017
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Travel Alex

The way to Martha's Vineyard

I was traveling from London to Martha’s Vineyard, a tricky route considering Martha’s Vineyard is an island that one can access from mainland Massachusetts either by ferry or the less popular and more expensive route via a small plane. Already anxious about…
April 03, 2017
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Travel Aimee

Flux happens

A reminder for those who gather no moss, for those who wish to dig out. A day too similar, dry and terrifying with hours that swim back and forth like deep water things with unkind, empty mouths. Anxious again, the feeling shaking inside me with a red…

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January 04, 2021

Sustainability - "it's the economy, stupid"

in Nature by jim devine
CORVALLIS, OR: US journalist and author Robert S. Devine has been writing about the intersection of economics and the environment for several decades. In his latest book ‘The Sustainable Economy’ he suggests the growing climate crisis is the result of a… read more
March 31, 2020

A Letter from the Heart of Divine Love

in Family by Rhonda Ings
At 3 a.m. one morning, this letter percolated onto paper after asking the Divine for understanding about the current times. I began by first opening my heart and singing an ancient word/ sound of the highest love, the song of HU. It opens one's heart to the… read more
September 11, 2017

Prince's Quarters

in Memoir by John Mojica
T'was a dream, a dream that started when I was a little boy and my brother never made it to an age of only two years old. When as a child I never minded being my self most of the very time and it never occurred to me what having a sibling would have surely… read more

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