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A Word After a Word After a Word

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I often wonder how many stories go untold, like those trees falling in the forest we hear about all t
 

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September 6 · Issue #14 · View online
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I often wonder how many stories go untold, like those trees falling in the forest we hear about all the time (well, we don’t hear them, but you know what I mean). If everyone is their own protagonist, then there’s a hefty 7.3 billion hero’s journeys in progress. That’s why, when you find a good story, it is reason to celebrate. It is one less lost to oblivion. From the quirky to the deeply serious, this week’s set of links captures at least a few of those stories. Happy reading. -Lucas

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"A word after a word after a word is power." -Margaret Atwood
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