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Letters From The Hills

Raquel Dias

Let's pretend I live in a cottage nestled among misty grassy hills. Here, I write letters that capture the whirlwind of my thoughts while sipping a glass of wine. Life is good. And perhaps, just perhaps, so is my writing. Care to join me?

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A Few Thoughts and Finds

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Duty, Desire, and Self-Discovery

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Leaning Into Trust

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