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'Alaskan Bush People' Star Rainy Brown Urges People to Stay Inside, Be Kind

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By Gary Trock

"Alaskan Bush People" star Rainy Brown is trying to send out messages of positivity and love amid the ongoing turbulence going on in the world. The youngest member of the Brown family has been open about her own struggles with anxiety and depression and is known to share wise words and introspective thoughts with fans of the Discovery reality series.

"This post is for all people. Every race, every sexuality, every gender, every age, every soul," Rainy began her message.

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Sending Love and Peace

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"God. For he so loved the world he gave his only begotten son, so that we shall no parish, but have ever lasting life in the kingdom of heaven. I believe the world will change for the better, I believe that we will all learn to love not only ourselves but others around us," Rainy wrote on Instagram.

She added a unifying message for humanity during a time when racism and protest are being talked about every day, while also reminding people to be aware of COVID-19:

"I believe there is good in every single one of us, we just have to find it. Stand with your brothers and sisters of every color, every age, every gender, and every sexuality. Because in the end we are all the same. Please stay inside, stay safe, and most importantly stay kind. God bless."

Staying Positive

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Rainy has been trying to stay busy with her siblings and working on the family's homestead over the last few months while everyone was still under the mandated quarantine. She was finding peace in some new activities, like photography, and shared her work with fans.

"I can’t remember why I took this picture, but the bright and vibrant colors remind me of the good things in life. These days may be full of uncertainty, but don’t doubt Gods love. These days may be full of disease, but don’t forget things have to get a little worse before they get better," she wrote alongside a beautiful picture of the forest near her home.

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