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Artist’s “Mass Givings” Aimed at Inspiring Others to Spread the Love

by Ivanna Erwin, Staff Writer

Perspective is what we make it in this world Jacob Morin is a perfect example of that. He is in Red River helping his friend who owns T-Bucks Breakfast and Brunch Restaurant where EVERYONE is family.

Jacob has taken his past trials as motivation for his murals to make visible changes the world can see. After getting shot in the neck and surviving he says “The ink just sits longer now.” He uses his art and murals to spread mass giving rather than mass shooting. Art is his therapy and was his window to changing his life as well as help anyone he can along the way. This is what the Enchanted Circle is about. Uniting our community one moment of kindness at a time. To read the whole story you can go to his facebook page:

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