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Why I Failed to Notice that I’m Happy

Lately, I’ve been passing through what a friend called “a perfect storm” of setbacks.  When they mount to a certain number, you can’t tell what’s big and what’s little.  Anyway, they came to the point where, in tears, I said … Continue reading

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