Knights Templar

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Christopher, 1986-

“For about 200 years, the knights Templar protect the church, wealthy landowners, and they grow throughout Europe. Eventually, they invent Western banking.”

Right now, I’ve been on a truth search. So, every day I attack a different topic. I don’t know where it will lead. Last night, I was up all night reading and watching stories about the Knights Templar. Are you familiar with the Knights Templar? Read more »

A Grateful Dead Traveler

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Sean, 1977-

“I don’t understand going to work every day and working for somebody else, working for a paycheck. Then that is what your life becomes, that’s why your heart is beating. So many people are unhappy because of it, because that’s not what they really want. ”

I have been traveling for the past 21 years. One of my best childhood memories is traveling with my family. We didn’t have much money, but my father saved up for a trip every year. One year, Read more »

A Firefighter

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Joshua, 1977-

“Trees would explode and ambers, the size of bowling balls, would come hurling off the side of the hills. The fire, so windy, like a tornado, still lifting things up and shooting them into the sky, and then they start falling down like meteors.”

For about a year and a half, while serving time, I worked as a firefighter. I was on the valley fire last year, in 2015. Read more »

Involuntary 2nd Degree Robbery

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Larry, 1957-

“After, I couldn’t get a job. Even jobs I could have got, I couldn’t no more. I couldn’t do nothing after that. People didn’t respect me because I was a robber.”

My biggest regret? Going to prison. I went into a restaurant with my nephew and another friend. All of a sudden, my nephew jumps, me and my friend, we was shocked. Read more »

Street Sheet

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William, 1963-

“Today, it is going to buy my medicine for my diabetes, my insulin. Without the Street I would not survive.”

An inspiration? Every day, I see people, friends, getting inside and working their way off the street. By recycling or selling paper, he points at the Street Sheet* magazine he sells. It gives me hope. Read more »