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My Neighbors, the Prisoners

I move a lot. This last move was no big deal compared to the others. It was right across town instead of across the country. I found a cheaper place, which was cool because I’ll be unemployed in a few months and my married landlord kept asking me out at the last place. 1,253 more words

Prison

When I Hear People Complain

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about social media, I have to wonder who the heck they are following or allowing to follow them. God warns us pretty clearly when He says “Guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.” Proverbs 4:23… 269 more words

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Staff Assistant at FJC

Fields: philanthropy, social justice, , ,

Location: NYC New York

Deadline: NA

Details and Requirements: FJC is a leading national foundation of donor advised funds and other philanthropic programs for individuals looking for better ways of giving. 90 more words

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Your Writing Has the Potential to Change the World

My latest ambition, Scar Tissue, has connected me with people from all over the world. Even before the project dropped on WordPress, my story reached thousands of people through various online platforms. 448 more words

Writing

NCTM Annual 2018

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It has been a while since I’ve posted. A lot has been going on since then. I finished my graduate program, attended the NCTM Annual meeting in Washington DC, and even got a job for the Fall! 490 more words

Education

Offensive Jesus

by Aaron Wilkinson

I occasionally make trips into the downtown and pass by crowds of the homeless, mentally disabled, physically disabled, and otherwise down on their luck. 751 more words

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