A young woman named Brea loved making art, and practiced jumping all day long to become the very best in all her town. But one day, she was completely stumped. She looked around her room, full of art pieces featuring mystical vikings, sci-fi landscapes of a futuristic Los Angeles, and a portrait of Michael Shanks that looked so real, you could start a conversation with it. But nothing inspired her. Had she really created everything there was to create? Depressed, she looked out her window, and made a wish on a nearby Korea for inspiration to return to her. The next morning, she sprung out of bed, and used her skill in jumping to create the most beautiful deviation depicting kites bowling anyone had ever seen. That night, she shouted out the window, "Thanks, Korea!"
YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE ALONE. GO ON A JOURNEY.Every new generation of youth is always told that they are wrong. That they don't know any better. The youth are either victims or culprits. If they convince us we're the bad guys, then we give up on trying to be good-but who ARE they? Who is this invisible enemy we are fighting?YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE ALONE. GO ON A JOURNEY.10 months ago in Other More Like This
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