I see the most amazing American flag I have ever seen and I never get tired of it. Sometimes I am blinded by the sunrise and sunset. Sometimes I need light to illuminate my way. … More 200 words about Sitting in Motion
I’ve been in France for two weeks now and so far no one has caught on.
Even if the cashier had caught on this time, I’m fairly certain he would not have been amused. … More 400 words about Skateboarding Abroad
By Raheem Logan
To hate is to be actively thinking about why you hate another individual, and for me, no person is worth all that time and effort. … More 700 words about Loving One Another
By Josh Rosenblatt
It’s societally frowned upon to take time to find yourself. We just don’t have the time for it.
Not everywhere in the world is like this, however. … More 500 words about the Pace of Life
By Ben Butcher
Domesticating animals changed the way our ancestors interacted with the world around them. Laboratory meat has the potential to thoroughly alter the way this generation structures our world. … More 900 words about the Future of Meat
By Paul Dougherty
In some ways the numbers 7722 have stayed the same over the last 22 years. But let me assure you of one thing: To us they did not. … More 500 words about A House Number
By Kim Smith
Central New York reminds me that change is normal.
We have four distinct seasons … More 100 words about Normal Change
By Katie Macdonald
Maybe it’s maturation. Maybe it’s exhaustion. Here, nothing is yours. Everything is yours. … More 400 words about Open Doors
By Martha Holland
I’m housebound, you see. I’m not dying — at least no more quickly than the next person — but, I am certainly not healthy. It is a strange sort of limbo in which I find myself. … More 900 words about Keeping Still