[divider]Context[/divider] Deserted beach in Berbera, Somaliland [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Contributed by Bhumi Purohit “I spend most of my time working with 150,000 of Kenya’s small-holder farmers through One Acre Fund, but exploring and photographing East Africa’s inspiring landscapes wildlife is a favorite hobby.”

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[divider]Context[/divider] Image I. Yawn Image II.Family Image III.Lions enjoying a wildebeeste hunt Image IV. Masai Mara, Kenya [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Bhumi Purohit says, “I spend most of my time working with 150,000 of Kenya’s small-holder farmers through One Acre Fund, but exploring and photographing East Africa’s inspiring landscapes wildlife is a favorite hobby.”

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[divider]Context[/divider] Image I. Wildebeeste at Lake Naivasha, Kenya Image II. Kite in Kisii, Kenya Image III. Sunset in Manga, Kenya Image IV. Kendu Bay, Kenya Image V. Storm in Rift Valley, Kenya [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Bhumi Purohit says, “I spend most of my time working with 150,000 of Kenya’s small-holder farmers through One Acre Fund, but …

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[dropcap]D[/dropcap]espite heroic sleep deprivation and a very loose game plan, I was ready. I had just submitted what felt like my life’s work condensed into six months researching beauty pageants in Cape Town and successfully hopped on a plane to Durban International Airport. I had my well-worn copy of Rilke’s Letters to a Young Poet, …

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[dropcap]”W[/dropcap]e believe that yoga is for everybody, even you.” That’s the motto of The Body Electric Yoga Company, the studio that Jenny Miller and Katelyn Grady opened last March in St. Petersburg, Florida. In addition to teaching yoga, Jenny and Katelyn lead yoga and rock-climbing retreats; so far, they’ve been to Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and …

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[divider]Context[/divider] Image I. Blue Nile Falls, Ethiopia Image II. Bathing in Beauty, Laka Tana, Ethiopia [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Bhumi Purohit says, “I spend most of my time working with 150,000 of Kenya’s small-holder farmers through One Acre Fund, but exploring and photographing East Africa’s inspiring landscapes wildlife is a favorite hobby.”

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[dropcap]A[/dropcap]fter writing a thesis on death postures as lyric and hermeneutic trope in three American novels, Caroline Parke decided she needed to write her own poems on the themes that preoccupy her. She is currently working on her first full-length collection of poetry, and many of her poems, like the one below, are meditations on …

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…as told by a former semi-professional baby-catcher* 1. Don’t freak out. Seriously, don’t be the kid that faints when we actually need you. Breathe. Get calm. Breathe again. And wash your hands. You can do this. Get blankets, towels, or cloth of some kind. 2. Call for help if you are on your own. Call …

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