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  1. gwendolyn alley
    gwendolyn alley at | | Reply

    This is beautiful, eloquent, perceptive. You speak to my own dilemna as an academic and a writer, my questions about grad school and my recognition that the intelletual tools and the rigor are indeed important to me–and why.

  2. Alfonso
    Alfonso at | | Reply

    this account could also be applicable to anyone who isn’t doing what they love within these earthly coils. The cliche is “follow your passion.” the reality is much harder, initially, but the climb for something worth climbing for makes it all worthwhile in the end.

    very interesting post, lilyelainehawkwakawaka

    grazie

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