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Life From A Thousand Strokes

I’m sure you’ve heard of the expression death by a thousand cuts.┬áIt’s a way to convey the persistent, unrelenting pressure that ultimately break us down, bearing down on us from all sorts of angles and in all sorts of forms. … Continue reading

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What is normal in 2018?

“It’s cold!” I said to the hotel doorman. “Yes, it is,” he replied, in amiable agreement. “Is this normal?” He scoffed slightly, not unkindly, and said, “what is normal in 2018?” He gave me a knowing look, and we were … Continue reading

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