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i was touched by a man who, just a few years ago, walked and talked just like me. although i’d seen him once in the past few years and knew of his health condition, i was still moved by what he did today. 235 more words


Apathy, dignity, and homelessness

By Josh Kelety | Campus News Editor

It was a warm August night. I was shooting the breeze with a former classmate from my hometown at a local park, laughing about various high school memories ranging from alcohol-fueled antics to another classmate who ejaculated while observing a couple engage in passionate behavior at a school dance. 690 more words


Life is Beautiful-I'm back

I have not written in a very long time, but my abilities have only become stronger. I’ve recently started to work on myself through deep mediation, and the vibrations of the universe are unfolding. 379 more words

Rethinking the left-right spectrum

Centrist, centre-left, centre-right, far-left, far-right. These are all political terms that get constantly thrown around and that bear different definitions depending on the national context in which they’re used. 1,268 more words

Being Human

Boxes, labels, and illusions.

That’s what we’re all made of. We have to fit into these nifty little boxes of what it means to be a woman or a man, a child or a teen, adolescent or adult, beautiful or ugly, fat or skinny, great personality or asshole- we are all of it. 362 more words


Taking action is the only way to solve our issues and change our circumstances.

It sounds obvious, but many people overlook this simple fact.

If we don’t take action, don’t change something – nothing will change for the better. 240 more words

Creative Hiatus

It’s been two weeks since I have written anything. It’s not that I didn’t try; I just could not make the thoughts in my head make sense on paper.   718 more words