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Quick Look How many people must we see every day, twenty? (If you include media, thousands?) Since most of them have two eyes and two legs, I secretly hope they are, somehow, mostly like me and that I’m mostly like them. … Continue reading

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Practice Diversity

Notice a moment when you’re agitated that someone else is acting . . . different. (You won’t have to look far.  Often, you may notice an accompanying thought that goes something like, “They should . . . .” Or, you may … Continue reading

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Echoes on Diversity

There never were, in the world, two opinions alike, no more than two hairs or two grains: the most universal quality is diversity. Montaigne Neurosis is the inability to tolerate ambiguity. Sigmund Freud If an aborigine were to draft an … Continue reading

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