STORIES

"HER SOUL WAS TOO DEEP TO EXPLORE BY THOSE WHO ALWAYS SWAM IN THE SHALLOW END."

- A.J Lawless

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What seemed like a million lights flashed non-stop, as Cathy left the headquarters of the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation. Journalists were hailing her name, desperate to meet the scientist who had discovered the new super grain that was expected to wipe out world hunger.

Cathy kept her head down and made her way through the myriad. She had never been one for the spotlight and most certainly not one for crowds. Even as a child, she preferred the quiet solace of the wilderness, the rich ecosystem of the forgotten lake behind her school...

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"COURAGE DOESN’T MEAN YOU DON’T GET AFRAID. COURAGE MEANS YOU DON’T LET FEAR STOP YOU." - Bethany Hamilton The critics were raving. Following their debut performance, Emma and her dance crew shot to fame overnight. This was more than a...
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"I DRESS IN STARS AND CHAOS. I’M BOTH A WARRIOR AND AN ARTIST."

- Carolina Heza

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“Mum, Stuart and I are shipping out on a mission in two days. We’re moving up the wedding to tomorrow,” announced Claudia, over the phone, “I need you to hop on a plane and meet us on base.”

This wasn’t what her Mum, Michelle, would want. But there was no telling how long she and Stuart would be deployed. And they had never been too keen on a big event, anyway...

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"THE WORLD IS FULL OF MAGIC THINGS, PATIENTLY WAITING FOR YOUR SENSES TO GROW SHARPER."

- W.B. Yeats

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"Pay attention, you silly girl," yelled Mrs Martin, rapping her cane on the desk.   

Startled, Rachel jumped right up from her chair. Once more, she had lost herself, in a world only she could see.    

"Sorry Mrs Martin," she mumbled in embarrassment, while her classmates giggled at her. From the corner of her eye, she could see the class bully, Stacy, mouthing the word 'loser' at her...

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"EVERYONE SEES THE UNSEEN IN PROPORTION TO THE CLARITY OF THEIR HEART."

- Rumi

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Nicole was wholly absorbed in her case notes, as she climbed the courthouse stairs. She was about to try her first case as a lawyer, and she was up against the best law firm in the state.  

To make matters worse, defending counsel was Benjamin Deloe. With an impeccable win rate, he was known for his silver tongue. Enchanting juries and judges alike with a flash of his pearly whites, his no-mercy approach annihilated even the most-prepared prosecutor.

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