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Empowering pioneering voices, shaping tomorrow’s world: where casual meets academic.

Journal d'Ambroisie

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Editors' Note

One of our interviewees for this Edition asked us why we’ve chosen hope, such a seemingly untimely phenomenon, and memory, which feels like a “feeding ground for despondency and grievance”, for our theme. Hope is indeed, perhaps the hardest thing to feel in the world right now, as we are surrounded by chaos, confusion, and collapse. That is precisely why we need it more than ever. And let memories, instead of feeding despair, be our building blocks, let our memories – collective and personal – guide us and fuel our hopes. 


This Edition of the Journal will take you by the hand and walk you through the many faces of hope – from the utter absence of and false or unfounded hope to the small, personal moments of hope, and the grand hopes for community, and the future of humanity and our planet – hoping that we can bring about positive change through our community’s contributions, no matter how small. Indeed, there is hope in belonging, in collective action. 


We at the Journal give our words as actions, to influence and impact people, to touch as many hearts as possible and to induce responsibility. Words have the unique power to change people’s lives. As always, we wish you a wonderful exploration of our universe. We hope you get influenced, impacted, and inspired. 


“You cannot swim for new horizons until you have courage to lose sight of the shore.” - William Faulkner.


Yours truly,


Emma and Dodo

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