While the Music Continues

  | This is the 510th story of Our Life Logs | Well, let me start my story with a parable: “There once was a very small girl whose mother asked her to fill up a barren valley with water. Each day, the small girl carried her small bucket from the creek near their home to the valley. Nothing seemed to happen at first. There was … Continue reading While the Music Continues

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I Came Back to Tell You to Fight

| This is the 415th story of Our Life Logs | Editor’s Note This is the story of Renee-Louise Carafice, a New Zealand-born experimental-pop songstress, as captured by the team at Our Life Logs. While the following has been written to match the tone and voice of Renee, please note that any discrepancies are creative liberties taken by the writer and agreed upon by the storyteller. Enjoy. … Continue reading I Came Back to Tell You to Fight

The Sound of Hope

| This is the 391st story of Our Life Logs | For 13 years, silence was suspicious and peace was a trap. You see, the Democratic Republic of Congo, my birthplace, was in the midst of an ethnic conflict in the 1990s when rebels were terrorizing the country. I’m one of seven kids, born in 1996 to an aristocratic family. We lived in a Congolese village, although, … Continue reading The Sound of Hope

Losing It All

| This is the 340th story of Our Life Logs |My dad was born in the United States to a family of Korean immigrants, and my mother was born in Argentina with a European background. Eventually, the two settled in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and had me in 1994.Ever since I was a baby, my parents, siblings, and I visited Buenos Aires, Argentina, many times. It was always … Continue reading Losing It All