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Honor Thy Children (Save The World)

In college, I wrote this paper called "Honor Thy Children" for a Psychology class. When my professor told me I should have it published, I was both proud of my work and sad that such truths needed to be published. The saddest part is that those truths still need to be brought to light, and that paper was unfortunately one of many things my family lost when our previous home flooded. The overall premise of the paper was that Moses had lost or forgotten one of his tablets on his way down that mountain because commandment #11 should have been to Honor Thy Children.
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Our Hidden Parts - The Importance of Melding Them Together

At each stage of my journey thus far I have had to navigate my way through and around all sorts of people, events, and circumstances, a lot of which I did because I had to. A lot of which I did without being able to be true to myself.