The following blog post was written by Global Gap Year Fellow, Halden Levin.
I offer you one thousand paper cranes, a culmination of many mornings and occasional nights. Some flew across the world and back, and others never left this quiet town. A few weathered almond milk showers, tear drops, and rainy days, and others painlessly came into existence, awaiting a moment to exit the confines of plastic shopping bags and insert name here.
So today, I see you, and I thank you. Here are one thousand paper cranes that indecision decided to hang at an evolving checkpoint. This is my wish for you: Live here with palms in offering, and don’t forget the soul there in and for you.
A little gift, a little story, a little thank you.
May your story continue, stained by licks of gratitude.
In Passing, Peacefully Yours,
My name is Halden Levin, and I am a 2020-2021 […]