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For Long Island, New York’s Hempstead Living magazine, photojournalist and news reporter Ashley Ormon has spotlighted, among others, a local cellist who performed at the White House and local restaurateurs and their cuisine. She photographed the grand opening of The Academy, a charter school aiming to raise the academic performance of students in a district that has been one of New York State’s worst performing and subject of a state takeover.

At New York City’s Hunter College, where she is refining her journalistic skill and eyeing and eventual career in magazine journalism, Ormon co-founded In the Light. For that publication, which she also co-edits, she has written about the foster care system and children waiting and hoping to be adopted
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God in Your Morning

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NEW WEBSITE: ashleyormon.com

Thank you everyone who has subscribed to my website, and follow it also.

My website has grown, but more than that, so has my freelance business. I guess you can say this blog is “all grown up” now and has it’s own domain.

So, please continue gaining tips on writing and wisdom nuggets where I’ll be writing for now on: ashleyormon.com

I can’t wait to see you there and talk about bookish and writerly

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“It was too perfect to last,' so I am tempted to say of our marriage. But it can be meant in two ways. It may be grimly pessimistic - as if God no sooner saw two of His creatures happy than He stopped it ('None of that here!'). As if He were like the Hostess at the sherry-party who separates two guests the moment they show signs of having got into a real conversation. But it could also mean 'This had reached its proper perfection. This had become what it had in it to be. Therefore of course it would not be prolonged.' As if God said, 'Good; you have mastered that exercise. I am very pleased with it. And now you are ready to go on to the next.”
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“Honestly, if everyone likes what you say something is wrong with your message.”
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“You can't make up for lost time. You can only do better in the future.”
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“Often, people give up without knowing success was just around the corner; if they had only preserved a little longer, if they had only tried one more time, they could have succeed.”
Ashley Ormon , God in Your Morning

“To serve is beautiful, but only if it is done with joy and a whole heart and a free mind.”
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“Live today the way you want to be remembered tomorrow.”
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“You can't make up for lost time. You can only do better in the future.”
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“I understand our mornings can be busy; however, if we cannot make time for God now, then when?”
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“I want to know we're not pushing children toward the traditions of life, but instead cultivating them to grow in their own specific purposes, and make the dreams of their youth become realities as they age.”
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