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Stephanie Wellen Levine

Essay

The Joys Of Being Treated Like A Sack Of Crap

By On January 28, 2018

Bad treatment brings challenge, adventure, and humor if you open your mind.… Read More

Poem

Souls And Selfishness

By On January 14, 2018

Knowing other souls: glorious, but maybe the end of fun.… Read More

Essay

2018: You’re Too Big, But My Hopes Are Bigger

By On December 31, 2017

2018, my optimism is as great as my fear. Be glorious, and grow no more.… Read More

Essay

Wisdom From Seemingly Random Events And Encounters

By On December 17, 2017

Mistakes, microwaves, disconcerting women, electronics that might be conscious: intriguing wisdom from unexpected sources.… Read More

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Very Important Questions From A Very Confused Person

By On December 3, 2017

Deep yet funny questions from an insecure yet ravenously curious person.… Read More

Poem

I’m Sick Of It. (And Yet…)

By On November 19, 2017

Losing stuff, mean people, hair in my food... I rant a bit. And hope for something better.… Read More

Essay

DNA Results! My Journey Into Ethnic Identity And Imagination

By On November 5, 2017

My brother and I explored our ancestry through a DNA test. The results surprised, intrigued, and inspired me.… Read More

Collection

Haikus! Why Not? Hello Again, Fourth Grade!

By On October 22, 2017

Haikus that touch the heart of my passions and my quest for answers and fun.… Read More

Essay

Sukkot: Thoughts On A Jewish Way To Embrace (And Escape!) Nature

By On October 8, 2017

Nature is lovely as long as it's not too nature-y. Sukkot seems in harmony with that notion.… Read More

Poem

Let This Be The Year!

By On September 24, 2017

Let's make this year usher in a fabulous new era of the mind, the soul, and the world.… Read More

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