Alula’s Apples
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Alula’s Apples

Daffodils for Dharma

Through the loss of a childhood dream, I learned to find beauty in grief.

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Every spring, daffodils come bursting through the cold, hard dirt of winter to reveal their yellow flowers like long-awaited sunshine after the snow. They are so irresistibly beautiful that the scientific name for wild daffodils, Narcissus pseudonarcissus, references the Greek myth of the man who fell in…

A feminist writer reexplores our relationship with horses while advocating for humane, science-based horsemanship.

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Sarah Olson Michel

Sarah Olson Michel

Scientist for a living, feminist by necessity. Battling endometriosis. Usually found at the stable with their horse.

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