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  1. I believe in creating closure so people can release what’s holding them back and move forward in a positive way by making art in a symbolic process and shared intention. It is powerful when people unite around this goal and community can be strengthened.

  2. I believe in creating closure as well, people need release on whats holds them back to move forward in a positive way, with forgiveness in one hearts,is a sure way to freely move forward and begin a positive journey.

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