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A student spoke solemnly to me. Over winter break, the community in Ashland, Montana had experienced the abrupt death of two teenagers.
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I find that wholeness is embodied by young people who are brave and resilient, honest and vulnerable, and who continue to grow and persist even in the face of more than I could handle.
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These men and women have endured so much in their lives, and here they are, growing together. It was such a cheesy metaphor in my mind for my upcoming year with JVC. I want to release my apprehensions, fears, and grow together with my community.