Monthly Archives: March 2014

Curls

  The fear of not fitting the norm… It took me a few years from the first time I looked in the mirror and was startled to find that I didn’t like what I saw at all. This was sort … Continue reading

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Small

  This video was actually created by moving around atoms. How small can you think? The world is vast: Our parents and our teachers tell us to think big. If you’re a student, you’re instructed to think globally. Humans eagerly … Continue reading

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Stones

  Disclaimer: This is a long post…I apologize! But the point is: I come from men and women who knew true fear: flight, war, hunger–conquered it, and built my family. My grandparents and my mom and dad On a sweltering … Continue reading

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Create, Create, Create

At our core, we are consumers. We have at our fingertips the most information anyone in history has ever been able the access, the widest view of the world, and the fastest way to learn. We can type a couple … Continue reading

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Exponential

Does change scare you? It scares me sometimes. Sometimes I watch the world metamorphosing at paralyzing speeds, changing at exponential pace, and I am impressed and excited to plunge my hands into it. Other times I think about the things … Continue reading

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Reflection

For those of you who read my Pan de Vida blog, you probably recognize this short story, but I’ve removed it from there and put it here because thematically, it makes more sense: This story is all about fear. Fear … Continue reading

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