Monthly Archives: September 2018

Khan al-Ahmar

Apartheid is this village has to go to build a new settlement  

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All The World

Sometimes the night sky is the only thing you need to see all the world.

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Try

Sometimes you just know. Still you try though, regardless and the loss still hurts.

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Dreams

What if today’s youth were taught to chase dreams, real dreams? They’d find happiness.

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We Can’t Eat Money

What if today’s youth were taught to become farmers rather than bankers?

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Things That Matter

What if we were taught the only things that matter don’t have a price tag?

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Fuel

We sit wondering why does the fire still burn yet we are the fuel.

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