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8 Common Things You Didn’t Know You Could Recycle

Most people know the basics of recycling, but some items seem to slip through the cracks. Here are 8 items that you probably didn’t know are actually recyclable… Eyeglasses. You know that drawer of…

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Martin Luther King, Jr.: ‘All Life is Interrelated.’

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. remains deeply etched in history for his indisputable achievements in the fight for basic human rights and universal equality. Time and time again, Dr. King maintained that…

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Join the 4th of July #WeAreALLConnected Global Dance Party

As a young person facing the challenges of our world today, it's sometimes difficult to imagine how connected I am to making a difference on any large scale. But just the other day, as I had been thi…

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The Most Honest Cities Around the World

I came across an interesting experiment in Reader’s Digest, in which reporters prepared 192 wallets with a name, cellphone number, family photo, coupons, and business cards, along with the equivalent …

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The Consequences of Feeling Isolated

“The hunger to belong is not merely a desire to be attached to something. It is rather sensing that great transformation and discovery become possible when belonging is sheltered and true.” -John…

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Volunteers Rebuild Ocean Reefs in ‘Sweet Home Alabama’

I've probably heard the Lynyrd Skynyrd song "Sweet Home Alabama" a zilspilllion times in my life – high school dances, wedding receptions, and on the radio. But hearing it last weekend along the sh…

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10 Ways To Live Forever

Stamatis Moraitis was in his mid-60s, living in the United States, when he was diagnosed with lung cancer and told he had only 9 months to live. He considered taking his doctor’s advice – aggressive c…

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Be a Locavolt: Benefits of Community-Owned Energy

Solar and wind energy are increasingly popular options for powering your home. However, not everyone can make these renewable energy systems work for them on their own property — maybe your rooftop is…

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A Flurry of Miracles

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”   -Albert Einstein   Years ago I studied A Course in Mi…

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Woo Woo Whispers From The Midnight Sky

As I was walking to the mailbox just now, I started thinking about the truly incalculable number of details that came together flawlessly to make this moment possible. I thought about my healing path,…

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Ashlyn Kittrell

Ashlyn Kittrell is a writer, photographer, and blogger based in Tennessee. She is the founder of Triple Thread, a blog about ethical fashion and... more

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