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Divided: The Death of Community and the Rise of Individualism

A person thrust into a new environment first scans their surroundings for danger. As such, they have a heightened attention to detail, a cautiousness of the phenomena occuring around them, and an awareness of the effects on their person. 1,916 more words

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Random Hiking in Summer

Once 95% settled into the new apartment, an impromptu hike was explored during the weekend. Since the popular hiking spots have already been crossed in the list, it was decided to go out to a new hiking spot, which is 1 hour away from… 427 more words

Shabbat Matot-Masey: We're In This Together

Shalom Shir Tikvah Learning Community,

On this Shabbat we read a double parashah, both Matot and Masey, and at the end of it we finish the Book BaMidbar, the account of much wandering in geography and in relationships. 722 more words

Archetypal Perspective of "A Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley

The novel, “Brave New World” written by Aldous Huxley revolves around a fictional story in the future.  It consists of a world where humans are born in test tubes and turkey basters. 791 more words

'OUTLET' Exhibition

6th July 2018- We visited the ‘OUTLET’ Exhibition held at KES Highschool in Kings Lynn Norfolk, which was Curated and Organised by Meghan Martin-Lewis. Walking into the main hall, we are greeted by a semi-circle of worn easels holding a range of artwork all centred around the theme of ‘Mental Health’.  277 more words

Grind

Pinballs lacking

kinetic inspiration

people ping

between places

and more people

on one level

with nothing

between.

The grind

wears away

what they could

have been… 32 more words

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On Human Nature and Ethical Education: Part I

Our innate characteristics are oft demarcated as Human Nature and since antiquity efforts to isolate and comprehend them have deliberated whether they are naturally fixated or a product of culture and education. 1,172 more words

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