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Do Nothing, For Change

If change is our rallying cry on a systemic level, and we’re not willing to at least investigate potential change in the way we respond to our daily circumstances, where do we expect the change to come from? Isn’t that slightly hypocritical, if not the definition of insanity?  

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Mikaela Shiffrin & The Demands of Legacy

The assessments of Shiffrin’s disenchanting Olympic performances, especially compared to her sterling resume, have elicited questions regarding her impending legacy. If we define legacy through the implied lens of outward assessment based on achievement acquisition, which has almost as much to do with luck and circumstance as it does with skill, isn’t that a rather depressing, if not nihilistic measure of our lives? And do we really care so much about what other people think of us that we’re spending our exquisitely brief earthly existence attempting to control the narrative after we die? 

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Alongside The Darkness, There Is Light

As we started to process that darkness, light began to appear through the smoke that rose from the still smoldering ashes. Stories were shared within our 80027 / Louisville & Superior, CO Facebook group of hope and goodness and bravery and we remembered that sometimes the darkness is there to show us the light.

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The Meaning of Suffering

“If there is a meaning in life at all, then there must be a meaning in suffering. Suffering is an ineradicable part of life, even as fate and death. Without suffering and death, human life cannot be complete.” – Victor Frankl

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New Year Recipe Refresh

Recipes Contributed By: Leslie Myers, NYX Mob Member & Professional Chef Oven Roasted Yogurt Curry Salmon Bites This recipe is one for busy days as

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2021 Team Awards

Team-Nominated Awards Service Award: NYX athlete who contributes to their community Winner: Jim Murff Murff cannot be found tooting his own horn, so we’re doing

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