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We The Art Of Life is a magazine focused on global issues and the stories of people from all around the world. Our mission is to create a platform and bring stories from diverse writers and voices to a larger audience.  We believe that stories have the power to connect us, to bring us closer to one another, and to bridge gaps between cultures.

Issue I: Dystopia, Magazine Issue

Issue 01: Dystopia

The first issue of our magazine is Dystopia. Dystopia is antithetical to the term Utopia, where the world is free from pain caused by poverty, power imbalance and crime. Ranging from the human rights crisis in remote countries like Afghanistan to the LGBTQ2SL+, abortion rights, Black Lives Matter protests and much more, pervading our social media. There is a part of the world that remains to be, in a detrimental condition. 

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Issue 02: Time

Through our second issue Time, we are aiming to take a closer look on the multitude of perspectives that people hold on their most memorable lessons in life. Through this issue, you can see how often the lessons shared between strangers are common however, the way in which these lessons pursued is always different. Time is an issue that revolves around unravelling the journeys of all the poets, artists and storytellers!Here it is, the second issue of our magazine; Time. 

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Issue 03: Nostalgia

Through our third issue Nostalgia, a sad feeling mixed with pleasure when you think of happy times in the past, according to Oxford. We all know that whether it be a writer’s or an artist’s muse, they both stem from this one unforgettable core memory. In this issue we address the questions;

What is your core memory? What is it that inspires you but also hits with a pang of hurt when you recall such moments? What is your inner child’s most treasured memory?

Coming soon!

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