In many ways, I’ve been front-lining my life the last few years. I’ve been in the trenches of my own being. I’ve charged ahead over many landscapes and vast fields. The field of endings and the confusion and clinging that often accompanies them. The landscape of new beginnings and the uncertainty and excitement that come […]

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Memphis, Tennessee—named after the ancient Egyptian capital on the Nile—is the largest city on the Mississippi River. When it was founded in the 1800s, it was a transportation center that served to move the product of the cotton plantations in the area to markets all over the world. It was also one of the largest

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