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Chasing the Iridescence

Riding the meaningful edge of the silver lining and filling the dark with the contrast of our glowing existence

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“I was a rock collector, and a butterfly collector, and an amateur rocketeer, and all these things. And when I analyzed these pursuits of mine, it was…




Philosophy | Psychology | Physiology: Bridging the gap between us and ourselves.

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