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You know how after a really intense storm that destroys homes and lives, how people gather together in assembly halls and there are volunteers that help with food, shelter, etc? Have you ever noticed how there’s usually a quiet chatter? no one is discussing anything of huge importance, mostly just mentions of how they made it through the storm and how “so and so” is doing. But no one is discussing their bad day at work last week or how much they wished they had a better car or a lower mortgage/rent payment. No one is bragging about their cute new puppy or niece. It’s like a hum, or even ‘Ohm’… A reminder that we are all connected.

We made it through the storm.



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