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A Woman Friend

A Woman Friend To most women, our female friends are of great importance in our lives.  If my mother was right when she said, “A friend is a witness to one’s life,” we call in our female friends to witness … Continue reading

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Léo

Léo A few days ago I took a trip to Manhattan, formerly my home town, to visit old friends. One friend was Laurin Raikin, a founder of NYU’s Gallatin Division. We’ve known each other for many years and among the … Continue reading

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