The Changing Tide

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We all know that change can be scary, and nerve-wracking.  But this time, I’m finding that I’m excited for the change.  Of course I’m terrified, but I’m not letting my fear overrule the excitement.  Everyone around me is in a … Continued

Homelessness Exists

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I’ve been reflecting and trying to make sense of LA now that my service year is coming to an end. I’m trying to soak up and store the images, sounds, or smells that are unique to LA that I want … Continued

Moz Angeles

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In EUIP, we make an effort to confront issues of race, class, gender, and sexuality as vital discussions for addressing inequities of society, but sometimes, purely by virtue of living in a diverse and dynamic city, we encounter these issues … Continued

More Than Before

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                        I’ve walked down that street before. Taken that hike before. Sailed that boat before. Flew that plane before.   If I have gone through this before, Then why … Continued

Where is the Good in the World?

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Sometimes its hard to see change. I wake up and the problems of yesterday have carried on to today. I don’t turn on the news channel, all they have to show is despair. Where is the good in the world? … Continued

The Mesmerizing Vulnerability of Trees

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I can’t stop thinking about the trees I saw at the last retreat up in the Santa Barbara mountains and how accurately they paint the picture of this year. There was something so intriguing, inviting and beautiful about the way … Continued

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