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Bella Grace makes its debut as a quarterly publication with this inspiring spring issue. Kim Klassen talks about the beauty of capturing everyday life, and Hannah Marcotti teaches women to embrace their “Wild Woman Edge.” Plus, you won’t want to miss a moving story about a woman’s acceptance of her graying hair and how she manages to find her own silver lining. This issue also takes a look at Kelly Rae Roberts’ possibilitarian project and shares some of our favorite Instagram collections, along with an article on what books can teach us about life.
“We breathe. We gasp. We sigh. We breathe. We start our lives with that first breath … almost a gasp, really; and over the course of a lifetime, the pattern stays the same.” – Jennifer Clawson Farnes ?From “We Breathe” (p. 9)
“Books have bohemian souls; they don’t stay in one place for long. How would all of those authors have felt had they known that books would journey and gather stories apart from the ones written on their pages?” Alisha Fridland | From “The Secret Lives of Books” (p. 104)
“The beginning is always today.” — Mary Wollstonecraft (p. 111)
“She took the leap and built her wings on the way down.” — Unknown (p. 160)
“I like living. I have sometimes been wildly, despairingly, acutely miserable, racked with sorrow, but through it all I still know quite certainly that just to be alive is a grand thing.” — Agatha Christie (p. 1)
“Make it worth it every time you say ‘yes.’ I think it’s the best way to live without regret.” —Jillian Lukiwski | From “Yes” (p. 32)
“Every so often, go where you can hear a wooden screen door shut.” — Amanda Large (p. 39)
“The earth has music for those who listen.” — William Shakespeare (p. 15)
“Still life photography is an intimate experience. Me, my camera, the light, the subject.” — Kim Klassen | From “ Finding Stillness Through Still Life” (p. 22)
“To live abundantly, you have to race toward the future with arms and heart wide open. You have to risk everything and let the universe take care of the details.” — Elaine Hussey (p. 51)
"Books float and fly across the seas, they fall prey to the flames of ideology, are praised in moments of faith, and like pictures, can capture a thread in time on their pages." — Alisha Fridland | From "The Secret Lives of Books" (p. 105)
“Taking pictures is savoring life intensely every hundredth of a second.” — Mark Riboud (p. 118)
"In the end… we’ll all become stories." — Margaret Atwood | From “We’ll All Become Stories” (p. 27)
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