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ISSUE 6 | JAN. 2024

Even a child knows how valuable the forest is. The fresh, breathtaking smell of trees. Echoing birds flying above that dense magnitude. A stable climate, a sustainable diverse life and a source of culture. Yet, forests and other ecosystems hang in the balance, threatened to become croplands, pasture, and plantations.

Not For Sale
Gogo was raised by her uncle after her mother died and her father left for Argentina. Her father never returned from South America, and whether he was alive or dead she never cared to find …
A Thousand Happy Lives
Youth. His father lived a thousand lives before he died at the age of 53. He worked as a security guard for Gem Lake Casino by highway 29, spending his days watching screens linked to …
The Cruelty of Children
There are those who say that cruelty is learned, and not inherent – the result of trauma and abuse. Freud's view was that it occurs naturally, based in biology and psychology and a part of …
The Unchanging Nature of People
We stand in front of long white walls: No pictures, or wallpaper, or paintings, or even scuff marks to show that we used to live between them.
Pics or It Didn’t Happen: Our Obsession with Permanence
Take a picture: Something memorable, kinda cool, or not really that interesting at all.
Is The Person Who Makes You Miserable Happier Than You Are?
There are plenty of antidotes to keep you from being miserable, until we discover the answers lie inward, not outward.
The Beautiful People
Humanity's greatest achievement is community: the ability to come together with people from all walks of life for the betterment of our species.
A Short Story About Violence
Working at her father's liquor store in the toughest part of the city, a teenage girl comes face to face with violence when a would-be robber pulls a gun.
The Philosopher and The Party
Perhaps without realizing it, the party culture of "tonight" embraces more than anything the notion that time is fleeting, and nothing really matters.