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nostalgia

Telling our stories involves abandoning nostalgia in favor of truth.

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I’m trying to ground myself & learn more about you as we enter the new year.

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My fleeting wish for more innovation left me longing for a simpler past.

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Maybe it’s not about learning how to live, but practicing it again & again.

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Are we telling lies or celebrating truth through our photographs?

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It’s the unexpected elements that turn memories into magic.

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I woke up this morning feeling really grouchy about Columbus Day. Sure, there’s the controversial part of it—what exactly should Columbus be remembered for, should we be celebrating him as a national hero, etc. As the history.com website says, “Singularly focused on his mission to find riches and conquer new lands, Columbus and his teams […]

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I think I was a sucker for nostalgia before I was technically old enough to experience it. In retrospect, it seems like I was subconsciously crafting a good portion of my childhood experiences simply as nostalgia fodder. I loved stories as a child—loved embellishing re-tellings of playground dramas and recalling the most perfect aspects of […]

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