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Mary Oliver and the World of Everywhere On a soft, snowy morning I read a poem by Mary Oliver. And in the afternoon, it came to me, a notice of her death. Too soon! I thought. Too soon to lose a talent of this magnitude. My heart rocked i…
The Lightbulb of Kindness By Camille Rutter So much darkness Is passed through the world Through the lack Of kindness.
Floral Deception Artwork by: Arina Stetsiuk, age 14 Written by: Félix Delgado In the forest of tangled dreams, where shadows whisper secrets unseen,
Simplicity Is Already a Masterpiece By Yani Li for KidSpirit's Simplicity and Complexity issue. Let our worries wash away the nuances of complexity Like stars fallen from heaven’s seam, swept into the darkness of a sorcerer’…
Healing By Nubiana Smiley Humor is a tool for someone that may feel empty and shallow as if they’re missing a half. Things that may sound stupid or silly release that negativity just by making them lau…
Who We Can Be By Maya and Sofia Mesh for KidSpirit's Human Dignity issue. No matter where I go There have always been people with teachings, Insisting that they know The true struggle behind their preachin…
The Tiny Philosopher of Wonder Whitehead famously said, “Philosophy begins in wonder.” If that’s true, then my rescue kitten, Raindrop, may be the greatest philosopher of all time.
The Story of Life and Death By Fatima Kazim Everyone’s life is a story
Bob Dylan Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature Bob Dylan has always impressed us with the lyrics to his songs. From his beginnings as a folk singer in 1961, he mixed folk songs with protest ballads. Critics have been amazed by the different styl…
The Patience to Bear Sorrow In these times, resilience is enjoying a great deal of support from scholars of psychology as a personal quality that enables people to bounce back from trauma and loss. But in an essay on aeon.co, …