Community Perspective, Unique Vision

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On Thursday morning, I lost my glasses. I frantically searched for them before work, ultimately arriving late and wearing contacts instead. This was not how I’d hoped to start my day. I felt frustrated, disorganized, and off-balance. However, I was … Continued

No Place I’d Rather Be…

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There is a certain comfort in the year of service experience that results from, as my dad put it, selling yourself for a year. A tranquility that arises from devoting oneself to a year of service. Yet these comforts only … Continued

Patience…

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A big piece that defines our year as interns is, of course, the work-sites where we serve out our internship. My work is with Seeds of Hope, a ministry through the Episcopal Diocese of L.A. that seeks to improve the … Continued

In Search of Weirdness

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  I want this year to be weird. This is the simplest way I can express my hope for my year of service. So, Blog-Reader, what do I mean? I mean that I hope for this year to be so … Continued

My L.A. Story So Far……

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I’ve thought about this city quite a bit. When I would come to L.A. as a kid, I really didn’t like it. The city always seemed like just a massive, crazy sprawl. Compared to San Francisco or Portland, this city … Continued

Caroline – Freshman at Life

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So we’re coming in at just a little over a month of being here and it kind of hit me why this feels oddly familiar—the beginning of this year has been a lot like freshman year of college. Us EUI’s … Continued

Paying Attention to Intention

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Living in intentional community is a beautiful and terrifying concept, so much so that I haven’t found myself being able to escape from it. When I say this I mean that I cannot just enter my house with intentional community … Continued

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