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A Moment of Your Time

Episode 179 - “The Universe's Needed Nucleus” by Coralie Hunt

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You are unique. 

Coralie Hunt is 15 years old. She is an Aspiring Actress, Writer, Dancer and Environmental Activist located in England, United Kingdom. 

Find more of Coralie: 

Instagram: @coralie.hunt and @coraliehopehunt 

A Statement from Coralie: 

"The idea of school moulding and not allowing talent to flourish came from my Year 9 English GCSE Speech. The piece was originally created really just for me to express some ideas and feelings, as well as practising some writing to see where I could take it.

The Universe's Needed Nucleus is a reflection of some feelings that myself and my friends have experienced. It comes from the idea that the current system is not accessible for everyone, and passions are not explored and nurtured as they should be. It comes from a place of feeling lost withins oneself which is a common feeling of teenagers (and myself) trying to navigate a system and environment where we want to be everything except ourselves, and then overcoming that when you start to break through that doubt by seeing role models like you. I am very excited to see this be featured on A Moment of Your Time!

A lot of my inspiration comes from two quotes by Sophia Bush (Activist, Actress and Podcast host): "Stop worrying about trying to be someone else's definition of enough, because you already are." and "You can be both a masterpiece and a work in progress simultaneously". I really like both these quotes, and I hope my work might someday make an impact for someone and lead them on to the idea that it is OKAY to be different and unique (similar as what Sophia Bush's work has done for me)."



Created during a time of quarantine in the global Coronavirus pandemic, A Moment Of Your Time’s mission is to provide a space for expression, collaboration, community and solidarity. In this time of isolation, we may have to be apart but let’s create together. 

Concept by Jenny Curtis

Theme music by Chris Porter

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