A short story for Christmas

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Winter remembered death well. How it took to her like a charming suitor, resplendent in his black suit and tie — haunting eyes and all. The memory held shape in the dunes that formed of snow, in the bite of frost on cheeks, in the mournful paw prints wandering through…

An ode to the book that changed my perspective for good

I don’t know about you but, in my opinion, the world seems to be at a crossroads. It’s been there for a couple of years.

With an increasingly polarized political spectrum, an increasingly dire environmental situation, and an increasingly inequitable economic system, the directions are pretty clear. …

Our future as a community depends on whether we can let go of toxic individualism

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“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.” — Coretta Scott King

Something needs to change. There is something inherently broken in our contemporary society – especially in North America.

How we move forward from here will decide if we tear ourselves…

Jenna Goldsmith

Writer || INFJ || Wellness junkie and chronic oversharer. jgoldsmithwrites.com/

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