Can you see it? Imagine you’re going to work tomorrow morning. Rush hour traffic. As you go to merge onto the freeway, a car holds back and the driver smiles and motions for you to enter the lane. In a store, you can’t help but hear the rising, whining voice of an over-tired child. You […]
This is the promised follow up to the post “Nine Months and Forty Four Years” . . .
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