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Meeting My Destiny

Several years ago, I went on a mission’s...

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Helping Others, Or Getting Helped?

Dancing with children on the dirty streets with the rain pouring over our heads, playing soccer on the dusty roads, and...

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The Trip That Changed My Life

As a human being, I am often guilty of becoming far too comfortable with my circumstances in life. I become comfortable with the house that I live in, the clothes that I wear, and even necessities such...

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I Traveled Incomprehensible

I sleepily opened my eyes to daylight, heard locusts whining, and sat up with my sheets sticking to me. It was 5:00...

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Here’s What I Didn’t Learn In The Classroom – From A Teen Girl Travelling The World

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Rain That Cleanses

When I first walked out of the airport in Kolkata, I felt like I had hit a wall. It had been hot in the airport, but in June in the heart of India it was impossibly humid...

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The Hen in the Tree

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Vietnam: A Study In Privilege and a Doorknob

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Mzungu Monday: One Day of Life Lessons for a Foreigner in Uganda

        Uganda is troubled with Malaria, a disease not commonly found in America. Despite the risk of entering a malaria zone, I traveled there for three weeks this summer. I was...

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A Musician in Kenya

I’m no economist, no political expert, no social worker, no activist; I am and was a high school student with his mind-set to pursue music and science. Though aware of avoiding the naive thought that...

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