Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Education over Punishment

Justice isn’t only what is doing what is right for yourself, but it is doing the right thing for society and right for humanity.

Recently, I have been reading Socrates and one of his ideas caught my attention. Socrates states and believes that no one does bad purposefully. When one commits a “bad” act, they are doing good as in they…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Oliver Xu

Oliver Xu

Emory University Undergrad student majoring in philosophy. Trying to help as many people as I can who are suffering and in need. You’re not alone.

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