Within these essays I bare my heart, mind and soul, as such, they belong to no one but myself until you recognize some part of my experience to be yours as well. Vulnerability breeds community and community connects humanity. – Nikki Jensen Continue reading An Invitation Without Remorse
The line is so fine it stinks of Pinot Noir. A rich, dark, delicious Pinot Noir one could get drunk off without paying very close attention to. When looking at the three terms in the title of this essay one can see that there are actually lines all over the place. Who draws the line, … Continue reading White Lies, Protection or Gaslighting
Words, actions and vulnerability are inextricably connected. We can make ourselves vulnerable by our actions and words, and yet, our inaction and lack of words can do the same. Ultimately we must acknowledge the constant cost-benefit analysis at play. Choosing vulnerability will always pay in the long-run. The new Hulu movie, ‘Happiest Holidays’ is an excellent example of these ideas. Continue reading The Choice is Vulnerability or Death
With a booming population increasing in diversity, Utah is a state that has been touted as an ideal location to start a business venture. But with a myriad of laws established over the last 100 years by lawmakers who, for the most part, belonged to the Mormon church, this population is struggling to feel at home. How can it change? Continue reading Parched and Perturbed
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