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By Eleanor Leonne Bennett I was in New Mills in early 2011, when I clicked the black and white photograph depicting a garden in ruins. I felt irony that day due to the surrounding looking like they had been completely trashed whilst the lions on guard sit there useless and frozen. I have always liked silver birch trees. Naturally unusual with their silvery peeling bark. When I was young my Dad once spray painted one silver and the tree eventually withered away. I felt that instance was my first lesson in discovering natural beauty. When an object already has those desirable

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By Harrattan Parhar The freedom to share one’s insights and judgments verbally or in writing is, just like the freedom to think, a holy and inalienable right of humanity that, as a universal human right, is above all the rights of princes. – Carl Friedrich Bahrdt I often see the media equating rebellion with violence, giving others the impression that most, if not all protestors will eventually turn violent. I, on the other hand believe that most protestors- such as those  we see at global Occupy events, or better yet, those who I saw myself, are rebels who fight through

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Reflecting the innermost sorrows, the peripheral joys, the morbid isolation and the despondent alienation of a life which yearns for nothing more than a moment of unconditional love. These moments below instigate us to contemplate whether the race for living life has subjugated the worth of life itself. Whether accomplishment has coerced compassion, an emotion which forms the fundamental, most defining value of the existence of man, to take a back seat in this journey. Let us take you on a sojourn to the different hues and shades of this plethora of emotions which rekindles that corner of your heart