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We are all (l)inked together

In Herman Melville’s classic "Moby Dick," the character Queequeg explains that his extensive tattoos are a part of his Maori culture, saying, “We tattoo what is sacred in our culture on ourselves”. A third of the population has taken it upon themselves (no pun intended) to permanently display what is important to them and what they value in life on their bodies.

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Tutu ignites a fire for love

Nobel Laureate Desmond Tutu told Gonzaga University graduates recently to, “Dream, dream God’s dream, dream as you are, incredibly idealistic creatures. You do believe, don’t you, that this is a world that can become a world where war is no more?”

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