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Building a Dream

This is the inaugural post for Amen Farms, and as such, it is our duty to explain who we are and what we do.  

It all started four years ago when two people came together.   184 more words

Charity

Surrender Instead of Resigning

Purge the pain; pop the pimple,

Don’t use your hair to cover that wrinkle.

Catch and release, so you can find peace.

It’s surely gonna burn, but today is your turn. 374 more words

Catholic

Sunday fishing event to "Tackle the Storm"

Fishing derby to benefit Mayflower tornado victims

The April 27 tornado devastated Mayflower and Vilonia and stripped many residents of their homes and belongings. Three months later, the non-profit Tackle the Storm Foundation seeks to give a little something back to Arkansans who were affected by the storm. 177 more words

Fishing

To You, From Me: The Last Letter

To whom it may concern,

I don’t know where to start. I have so many things I wanted to say to you and regret that I didn’t have the courage to say it personally. 912 more words

Emotions

Dripping along...

Seattle can be very strange and unique place when it comes to weather.  Last week, while riding the STP we were in the 90s.  It hadn’t rained in over a month, and I was hating life. 651 more words

Bike Commuting

Yes, I changed my profile picture, doesn't mean I think I'm Jesus: my thoughts about "voluntourism" and "white savior complex" blogs trolling Facebook these days.

Voluntourist- just because I change my profile picture doesn’t make me a shallow, rich little white girl with a narcissistic “savior complex.” Frankly, no, I don’t think because I went to Haiti that I am Jesus. 1,122 more words

Live With Heart

What do you possibly do to help and exist in a world that feels so incredibly heavy? I’m constantly and relentlessly surrounded by images of hate, ignorance, violence, grief and despair lately. 128 more words

Inspiration