Monthly Archives: April 2020

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“Taking time with this shrub opens something up in my chest and reminds me that I’m also rooted into the earth, permeable and part of an endless exchange of energy—of magic.” My mom has a beautiful habit, every spring and … Continue reading

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“Whether it’s at my grandparents’ table in their chilly kitchen or close to a fire in a cozy pub, the smell of soda bread makes me think of rolling green hills and good cheer.” I like to cook, but I … Continue reading

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    “I keep turning back to words to help me make sense of the world and my place in it. I ingest them restlessly as if I’m looking for something specific — some bit of truth, wisdom or validation.” … Continue reading

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“As my eyes rose above the top of the water it started to sunshower. I stood all the way up and reached my hands into the rain.” Ever since I was 4 years old and my Dad threw me screaming … Continue reading

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“Hope is this kind of arm you extend into the dark on behalf of others… all the privilege that I have and what’s working out for me… how dare I be hopeless.” In his 2019 interview for The On Being … Continue reading