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Issue #233

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Welcome to Issue #233

This is the last issue of 2020 and thus marks the end of a year that can only be described as extra-ordinary.

No matter your age, gender, religion, skin color or location, the global pandemic has likely influenced you and the ones around you in some way.

For some of us, it has also been a difficult year due to social unrest, economic hardship, health issues and many other challenges none of us had foreseen this time last year.

There is hope on the horizon that next year will give everyone a chance to overcome their challenges, to heal as a community and eventually rebuild society.

Many of us can not wait to return to a world where valuable interactions are happening in person again. We will get there.

I wish you all a healthy and safe 2021!

That's it for this round, have a great day!
@rrrene from ElixirWeekly

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