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Before you know what kindness really is
you must lose things,
feel the future dissolve in a moment
like salt in a weakened broth.
What you held in your hand, 221 more words

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Understanding at Last!

The litter I picked up was from a college math class. Both sides were practically covered with calculations, figures, equations, etc.

It was algebra—I think. Just because it didn’t make sense to me doesn’t mean it didn’t make sense. 110 more words

Unfair Generosity

I often hear statements like these “life’s not for”, or ‘this is not fair’. We uttered these words during times of hardships or whenever we are faced with difficult circumstances.. 684 more words


Sometimes You're the Doughnut, Sometimes the Hole

The star of the workplace breakfast is the Doughnut. The Doughnut has the attention, the mouths drool, the doughnutless are envious, the one with the doughnuts is the hot one. 356 more words


Normalcy 2016 - 2 Utopia? Not really...

Okay, I know I did a ‘Normalcy’ conference post yesterday, but there is just too much still clattering around my head that I am trying to make sense of. 793 more words

Morning-After 03 - A case for being selfish.

When I said that I thought the best thing for us is to cooperate and trust each other, it’s not that I don’t think (and believe) cheating is the best outcome event in game theory on a short run. 798 more words


The Human Cost of Mass Incarceration

By Grace Masback

The Washington County Jail looks a lot like the prison in the HBO show “Oz,” though it is clean, almost sterile. The inmates look like people you might meet at a park or see at the supermarket, except for the fact that they are wearing bright orange jumpsuits. 1,676 more words