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An Epidemic

Every time a loving or sensitive person gets hurt, they go through an identity crisis; a mental battle about whether or not their traits are a hindrance in life or a blessing. So when the world is all out of love and empathy, don’t wonder why. Advertisements

How to foster wholeness from a young age 

To the children growing up too fast I say this: everything in life is about balance. And finding balance between your childhood and adulthood is essential for self fulfillment. In order to feel whole, you mustn’t taint your precious and time-sensitive childhood by giving in to your desires to be ripened. Your childhood is all … Continue reading

Obsolete 

New media art is in. Paint brushes and pens are out. And I don’t know how to use photoshop. Does this make anyone else feel a tad bit irrelevant?

What Words or Phrases are Overused?

I have been practicing argumentative essays with my sixth grade students. Here is a sample I wrote for them about today’s journal topic. How many times have you heard some obnoxious preteen spew out the words, “swag,” “yolo,” or “twerk?” What do these words even mean? Many people of an older generation may not understand … Continue reading

Liberty & Tolerance for All

A Reflective Narration on Resistance, Oppression and Pride May We End The Intrusion of Lesser Advanced Cultures Resistance is a byproduct of oppression as well as a source of pride for the people of the region and all those seeking freedom and justice from their oppressors. Resistance doesn’t exist without oppression, but pride can exist … Continue reading