Your Life Is An Interactive Quilt

Your Life Is An Interactive Quilt

Making an impact by combining your passions and challenges As a longtime quilter of 35 years, I tend to look at life through the lens of a quilt. You take all these separate and seemingly disjointed pieces, put them together and magic happens. The finished quilt is beautiful, colorful, and the fabrics you couldn’t imagine fitting together somehow managed to…

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Cynthia Brix and Will Keepin on Gender Injustice and Working Toward Change

Cynthia Brix and Will Keepin on Gender Injustice and Working Toward Change

“Injustice and corruption will never be transformed by keeping them hidden, but only by bringing them out into the light and confronting them with the power of love.”—Martin Luther King Jr. One-third of women across the globe experience some kind of physical or sexual abuse in their lifetimes, and another one-third to one-half experience at least some form of psychological…

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Our Adventures at Brooklyn Wanderlust 108

Our Adventures at Brooklyn Wanderlust 108

By Mallory Bulman and Kaitlin Vogel Though dark clouds hovered ominously, the parade of yoga-mat-toting festivalgoers trekking from the subway to Brooklyn’s Prospect Park proved that rain or shine, Wanderlust 108 was not to be missed. And they were right. The event was nothing short of uplifting: a day of live music, yoga, guided meditation, inspiring speakers, and a 5K run for those…

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New Hope for Trauma Survivors

New Hope for Trauma Survivors

In World War I a German psychiatrist named Hans Berger was almost killed by a runaway piece of machinery during a military operation. Hundreds of miles away at that moment, Berger’s sister knew for sure that her brother’s life was in danger. How could this be possible? Berger decided to probe the mystery. This research would one day provide new…

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