Ignorance Vs. Knowledge

We started this year ignorant, like anyone does at the start of every journey, unaware of what truly lay before us. As we end this year, reflecting back on what we thought we knew and the real knowledge we’ve gained, I have never been so excited to celebrate the end...

Living with Purpose

Purpose. It plays an important role in each of our lives. It’s the driving factor that helps us create meaning in our work. When we understand purpose, we can easily grasp an understanding of what to do next. But, what if we lose sight of our purpose? Many times this...

“Isn’t it Frustrating?”

It has been a busy month and a half for the six of us! Ever since we moved to Corvallis in early September, we’ve hit the road! Well, kind of. Starting out with Celilo and Jenna, I got the opportunity to visit four chapters virtually. After that, we went down to my...

We Are The Lending Hand

We’re back to school, or at least some version of it. Surely a form that is unlikely to be preferred among students, school may not be fulfilling our ideal dreams that we’ve imagined for years. As FFA members, we have heard Theodore Roosevelt’s quote, “Do what you...

Learn to Live

A couple days ago while looking back on photos from our year, I started reflecting on the crazy year we have had so far. In March, schooling went virtual. In April, while we were in quarantine, we were elected asstate officers via Zoom. In May, we finished our last...