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  • Hey Walter!
    I really enjoyed reading your post since it is a huge issue right now. It’s weird how we have been talking about it for so long now and only now started to try and change. I agree when you said that we have to hold the government accountable to do more. Thanks for writing this and I cant wait for your next post!

  • Hey Jefferson! I really enjoyed your post! Talking about breaking out of your bubble to create new interactions is really important. It’s really hard for some people to adjust to new environments and such but once, broken, it is such an accomplishment. I’m glad you were able to break out of your bubble and make new friends. Thanks for writing and…Read More

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    Book Review: Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion

    Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion by Greg Boyle, is a book that falls under the Christian Literature genre. Boyle has won many awards not for writing this book, but for what he does that he...

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    • Kyler,
      I love what you wrote about this. I totally agree with everything you said. When I heard that we were reading this book in religion, Ill be honest, I was not excited, but this book turned out to be way more interesting than I could have imagined and I think everyone should read it.

    • Kyler,
      After reading your post I really saw how you took the time to actually read through the book and get a understanding of it. I agree with you on all the points you made through out the post. Such as, when you said in your second paragraph that this book really is great. It has a lot of symbolism and it’s cool to know that you understood and saw the signs. Great review.

    • Kyler,

      You gave a very accurate description and analysis of the book, one that matched my own. I’m on page 60 and I’m considering not finishing it because it is very repetitive. Like you said, it has a lot of powerful themes and good morals, but the stories are too short to really make an impact. There are so many small stories, each with powerful themes, that the reader is overwhelmed. (The overall book might have been more powerful if there were a few, longer stories). That is just my interpretation of the first 60 pages. Of course, what Greg has done is incredible, so I think you did a great job on your summary.

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    Pandemic Prevention?

    What is a pandemic? A pandemic is an “epidemic of an infectious disease that has spread across a large region, for instance, multiple continents or worldwide, affecting a substantial number of individuals.” Is it possible to prevent another pandemic...

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  • Kyler commented on the post, Coral Reefs are homes too

    Hey Madai!
    I enjoyed reading what you wrote about coral reefs. I actually decided to join an Oceanography class this year and I have learned so much about them. Before, I didn’t really know much about coral reefs. If I’m being honest, I didn’t even know they were dying. I agree with you when you said that we need to end this as soon as possible.…Read More

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