Part 6: Conclusion & Reference Page
This project has ignited many fires in my soul, illuminating so many corners left unseen. Now my tree of life is in full technicolor as opposed to sepia. The work is not nearly close to finished in it's unfolding or exploration. For now, I hope you have been able to catch a glimpse. Thank you for holding space for me to go on this journey before you.
In immense gratitude,
(Please note that formatting on these blog post prohibited correct APA formatting unless you're a tech wizard, but I did what I could. )
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