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The fence: between a world of need and a world of excess

Sometimes there is a photograph that captures in one image an essential truth.

Jose Palazon is a resident of the tiny Spanish enclave of Melilla, a nick in the Mediterranean coastline of Morocco. 1,085 more words

Ideas And Politics

Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood is one of my favorite story-tellers. I’ve been composing a lesson plan to read and study her recent story Stone Mattress (which is a great story, btw). 58 more words

Literature

Wattpad vs. Write On

What is Wattpad? Yes, I know that 99% of the InstaScribe readers are highly intelligent, highly educated and paragons of virtue, but let’s be nice to the other one %, OK? 1,740 more words

E-book

Quick Veggie Stir Fry over Creamy Coconut Quiona + Book Recommendation

This past Monday was one of those classic “Manic Mondays” for me. I got up extra early, but still managed to have to run out the door because of a just plain tragic hair day, had a million emails to answer at work since our system was down the previous week, took my lunch time run and shoveled in some food before I had to be back on the clock, and had an equally stressful afternoon, which, I hate to admit, involved just how shitty my hair continued to look all day long. 396 more words

Vegan

The Life of a Shadow

“When we have to change our opinion about someone we hold the inconvenience he has therewith caused us greatly to his discredit.” – Friedrich Nietzsche… 615 more words

Literature

“A word after a word after a word is power.” -Margaret Atwood

Pieces Of Me

'Bodily Harm' by Margaret Atwood

There are some authors I greatly admire. I know many of their titles and I might even know their story. I know they are important and that most certainly changed something with their writing, or gave voice to some particularly difficult part of society. 370 more words

Fiction