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2021: The Year in Review Mirror

And it better stay there. (Yes, I know I’m a bit early.)

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Once upon a time, my brother and I discussed the difficulties of our upbringing by a viciously controlling, alcoholic, and possibly narcissistic mother. He left home as soon as financially possible; I stayed because of school and, after graduation, the financial challenges of my first marriage, then later my second…




Pollinate Magazine seeks to expand and discuss the ideas around what it means to create and practice spirituality in the modern world. Our writers provide unique perspectives and multiple entry points into the dialog. Join us in the exploration.

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