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Love Lessons: A Marriage Manifesto

” . . . [T]here are three people in a marriage, there’s the woman, there’s the man, and there’s what I call the third person, the most important, the person who is composed of the man and woman together.” –Jose Saramago, … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Cities: Coffee in Cambridge and a Cracked Knee in Philly

There is a vast difference between the narcissistic “That could have been me” and the empathetic “That could be us.”  It is not a mere matter of tense. In law school, rows of seats were tiered like an upside-down wedding … Continue reading

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