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Trapping Butterflies

How I used my weed money to raise butterflies.  When I decided to start raising butterflies it never occurred to me how satisfying it would be. But I guess I should start from the beginning. I have always been fascinated by the sight of butterflies, something about them has always felt very familiar. Growing up […]

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Give Up The Struggle of Improving Yourself.

We become what we think about. We often go through life not truly understanding how capable and how strong we really are. This leads to very self-limiting beliefs, some that may have not originated from our own minds, but beliefs that have been implanted into our subconscious by others and accepted by our ignorance. The […]

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Are We Living in a Simulation?

A simulation is defined as an imitative representation of a system, or process, that utilizes the function of another. The simulation theory proposes that it is highly likely that our world, or the perception of it, is a simulation in a multi-verse system.

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The Importance of Embracing Our Differences

We live in a country that promotes freedom and a country that celebrates independence; with that, every single city in the United States is unique in its own right. We have cities that celebrate diversity and others that celebrate their own heritage and cultures passed down from their first settlers. Some traditions are born out […]

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Origins of the Coronavirus

It’s Lima, Peru – A young man’s bones are aching with pain, a high fever along with headaches take over his body. Deep in the Bolivian Amazon the 22-year-old farmer from the village Samuzabeti dies.Amid analyzing samples from the young male, the doctors identify a rather strange Ebola-like illness a previously unknown member of the […]

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Climate Change and COVID-19

COVID-19 shutdowns on climate change The coronavirus has caused many changes worldwide in the past two months. Entire cities have closed, trains and air fares have almost stopped, public spaces are closed, concerts are canceled, ski resorts are closed. Much of life has stopped, as has much of the world’s production of greenhouse gases. “These […]

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The Energy Of Emotional Intelligence

Your emotions affect your actions.For most of my life, I’ve been sensitive to my emotions and how I responded to things because of them. I was essentially a slave to the energy in my own body; I couldn’t leave the house without an anxious feeling of despair or feeling as if I was overloaded and […]

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Breast Implants: What To Know

Implants What can define Breast Implant Illness (BII)? BII is a term that describes a variety of illnesses. Illnesses associated with breast implants. Also, women who have breast implants, self-identify as having illnesses occurring due to breast implants. There is a link between breast implants and systemic disease. Although many studies overlook the issue; it […]

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How To Collaborate With Other Musicians

When collaborating, prepare yourself ahead of time, avoid trying to do too much in one session. Before collaborating, it’s important to be prepared mentally. If it’s your first time in the studio with someone get educated. It’s helpful to know the proper etiquette for their studio. In some cases, the studio can only accommodate a […]

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Choosing The Right Strain of Weed For You

Cannabis, you may be aware that there are many strains out there like Sativa, Indica, and hybrid. But how do you know what is the right strain for you? Or the benefits of each strain? We will be talking about what each strain is and what the benefits/side effects are to better suit your needs. […]

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Diabetes and Income

The Evidence: Diabetes and Income Income inequality in the US has recently increased dramatically. Poverty is a great contributor to death and diseases, so are nonclinical factors such as education, employment, race, ethnicity, and geography that influence health outcomes. Although income inequality exacerbates health disparities, poor health also contributes to reduced income, creates a negative […]

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Explained: Gender Pay Gap and Athletes

The pay gap between female athletes and males athletes explained The pay gap between woman and men athletes has become a point of conversation more recently. Forbes released their annual look at the highest-paid athletes last month. The pay rate by sports comparison really explains the vast contrast amongst men and woman. When looking at […]

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Florida Cop is Planting Drugs and Raising Questions.

First of all, Florida as a state has been known to have a higher than usual arrest for “Drug-Related Offenses.” So it is at no surprise to find videos of law enforcement attempting to gain power or move through the ranks while falsifying arrests. This specific officer has set over 120 innocent people up with […]

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Trump Aims Twitter Rage at The Squad

Trump has released a sequence of tweets aimed at The Squad. Donald Trump has released a sequence of tweets aimed at a group of congresswomen; whom the capital have come to know as “The Squad.” This is a group of congresswomen who are Democratic and minorities. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, […]

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Check up on Your Friends

Friends; a lot of the time we may think by telling them how we feel we’re being a burden. I questioned this. Wondered why would it be so difficult to just speak up. Speak up and tell your friends how your day was or what was going on in your life? I have a large […]

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Don’t Wait, Do It Now

The last 5 years have left me particularly silent about the subject of my Dad’s passing. Despite my quietude, I can assure you there was no silence when it came to the grief in my heart or the pain that found its way into my writing. I have filled more pages than I care to. […]

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Burnt Coffee for the Soul

Is Burnt Coffee Bad for the Soul? Burnt Coffee, I know what you’re thinking… Enough with the: “Starbucks Mania – I gotta have my latte perfect so I can Instagram the foam heart on top, bullshit!” Relax, that’s not where I’m going… Stay with me. The much more relevant idea beneath the seemingly forced existentialism […]

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