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The Call to Service In his May 7, 2020, opinion column for The New York Times, the visionary David Brooks states that all young adults should have the chance to serve those around them — especially now during the cor…
Great Unity By Ralph Wang in the KidSpirit Unity and Division issue. Throughout human history, there have been many attempts to explain society and make the world a better place. Great Unity is one of them. …
Walls By Eliza Moore in the KidSpirit Human Dignity issue. We walk with it. Backs straight and eyes fixed to the air, As if receiving some great knowledge that can only be found In the shallows of t…
Help in Times of Need Philosophical Wisdom The wise man belongs to all countries, for the home of the great soul is the whole world. — Democritus, Greek philosopher Christian Wisdom God created order out of d…
The Harmony of Complexity By Jung Woo Bae in the Simplicity and Complexity issue. I blow the pitch pipe on the key of A-flat, and, almost instinctively, the four of us huddle closer together, forming an intimate circle…
A Prayer of Gratitude for All People Who Have Good Values Perpetual Becoming, help us not to look down our noses at those who do not believe as we do and keep us both mindful and grateful for all who seek to do good in the world. Poll: Many people thin…
My Multicultural Upbringing By Emilija Krysén for KidSpirit's Education issue. Our cultural upbringing shapes the narratives we tell and greatly influences our views of the world. Growing up as a third culture kid, I of…
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…
No-Man's Land By Heer Cheema for KidSpirit's Unity and Division issue They are restless, moving backward and forward, surrounded by a miasma of uncertainty and despair. Sleeping in airports, caught in trans…
A Personal Exploration of Diversity and Heritage By Samarth Jajoo for KidSpirit's Heritage issue. From a young age I was taught to stand up for my beliefs. More importantly, I was taught to appreciate diversity. We can choose to appreciate …