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The Importance of December

I love December because it is a fresh way to stop being shackled to the past. Choosing to have difficult conversations with yourself allows a freedom to reassess a true sense of  who you are and your

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Stepping into the Polar Night

It is like living in a lighthouse, surrounded by nothing but the wild, often unwelcoming nature. You merely need to take three steps outside the door to remember where you are. Locals have a saying ab

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2021 Census for England and Wales shows declines in Christian faith, increases in Paganism and other beliefs

The 2021 Census for England and Wales while showing a decline in those who identify as Christian, saw an increase in all other faiths, including Paganism. Continue reading 2021 Census for England and

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U.N. Climate Change Conference makes a breakthrough agreement

COP27 concluded earlier this month, and while it accomplished reaching an agreement on "loss and damage," how the plan will calculate those issues remains complicated. Continue reading U.N. Climate Ch

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The People’s Tree

On November 2, the evergreen tree that will grace the west lawn of the White House at U.S. capitol was harvested from Pisgah Forest. Tonight, Ruby, the red spruce was lit up for the first time. Contin

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