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HeroPress: Growing Up Rural

HeroPress: Growing Up Rural
Pull Quote: I hope and pray that in some small way I'll be able to take what I've learned and make an impact for others.

This week’s throwback essay is titled “I don’t know anything, and that’s ok“. It was written back in 2015 by my friend Kyle. He and I grew up in similar circumstances; far from a hub of civilization, in a relatively economically depressed area, without the best education opportunities.

Yet he and I both managed to find the web, dive in, and find home. We support our families and find joy in the work we produce. I’m not sure there’s a better way to live than that.

Check out Kyle’s essay and let him know what you think.

I Don’t Know Anything and That’s OK

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