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The Clean White Paper

By Julia Magsombol Somebody told me that living is the same thing as writing.  God gave us a clean paper to write on for this journey of ours.  We write our own stories on this paper.  We must, of course, write something correct, pleasant and amusing on this paper, like our…

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Tough Enough

By Taryn Pawlivsky He stares at his reflection in the mirror with mixed emotions. Regret, sadness, disgust and shame. Age has hardened him but the result is a near handsome ruggedness. He traces the indents in his forehead with his index finger. Lack of sleep has cast dark shadows under his…

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Zenith of Humanity’s Collective Intelligence

By Samar Pant Can we, in all honesty, stake the claim that humanity’s collective intelligence has reached its zenith? Like the flag planted on the Moon, a testament to humanity’s breakthrough in space travel, could we plant a flag on the highest peak of intelligence and knowledge? We are, after all,…

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Fibromyalgia’s Reigns

By Ela Sakotic On a cold day, every muscle in my back feels like concrete: stiff and unyielding. I can tell you that it’s cold outside before I even open my eyes in the morning because my hips are so cramped that getting out of bed seems like an impossible task.…

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