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    This is my Body

    I see this any many of them now, all about their body of how it glistens, how it glows and showing now, No fear but strength within their words, like a star shining and never going to burn out, so I feel compelled...

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  • Dear Alyssa, I have been enlightened by your post, “Utah government’s push to ban transgender athletes from girl’s sports” because as someone who would love to do and play sports, I think this is wrong as I have friends that are trans females and they love sports as well. They live in another country but are fairly close to Utah. I feel that mor…Read More

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    Owning a Dog can help us out in many ways

    In the article How dogs contribute to your health and happiness by Maria Cohut, I have learned that having a pet dog can help me be more social and happy about myself. They can per sway our feelings, make...

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  • Dear Angel:

    I am enlightened by your post, “Is video Gaming consider a sport” because I game a lot and many have found it to be only a waste of my time. I wasn’t sure if it was really considered important in any way. One sentence that stood out to me is, “Gaming is a sport because you need lots of practice and skill like and sport to be good at…Read More

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    Emotions of art

    In the article "How does music heal us?" by Paul McCartney, I learned how song puts us into a certain emotion whether that be happiness or sadness. As music has been around for so long that It would make...

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    • Dear Ruby,

      I believe I relate well to your post, “Emotions of Art”. I’ve noticed that I have been more motivated lately by strong emotions. I’m also not always the best at admitting flaws in my art process.
      One sentence that particularly stood out to me was “emotions can be messy but also helpful.” I think it relates well because I find that even though emotional motivation might not result in the best of my work. It definitely helps me to put that on paper though.
      I’m curious about this picture above, what is behind it? Was it emotional motivation, inspiration? Was this just a character you wanted to draw?
      Thank you for your writing, I look forward to what you write next.

    • Dear Ruby, I am impressed by your post,¨Emotions of art¨, I am still shocked about use not having music. we express are self with music to show people how we feel or have fun playing music with friends. one sentence you wrote that stands out for me is “Also include many others feelings portrayed by different people as well”. I think this is most like free because music can be defined for people and make them feel happy or sad. thank for your writing. i look forward to seeing what you write next, be back to see your writings!

    • Dear Ruby, I enjoyed reading your post. I feel how you related music and emotions is relatable to me.

      Emotions can be hard to control but with the right song sometimes it speaks for you. A sentence that stood out to me was when you said, “… emotions can be messy but also helpful is used in the right way.” I think this is true because some people don’t know how to express what they’re feeling but learning how to express and control them can be helpful when communicating.

      Thank you for writing your piece. I look forward to your writing and being able to see your views and thoughts on other topics.

      Brandi Alvarez

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