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No One Understands You and What to Do About It by Heidi Grant Halvorson
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The Children Act by Ian McEwan
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“Blind luck, to arrive in the world with your properly formed parts in the right place, to be born to parents who were loving, not cruel, or to escape, by geographical or social accident, war or poverty. And therefore to find it so much easier to be virtuous.”
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“Do you want to make a big difference with your career? Are you willing to go beyond trite advice like “follow your passion”, to compare different causes and consider new paths?”
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“The summer that marriage equality passed in New York, we saw the number of homeless kids looking for shelter go up 40 percent,”
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“Blind luck, to arrive in the world with your properly formed parts in the right place, to be born to parents who were loving, not cruel, or to escape, by geographical or social accident, war or poverty. And therefore to find it so much easier to be virtuous.”
Ian McEwan, The Children Act

“Do you want to make a big difference with your career? Are you willing to go beyond trite advice like “follow your passion”, to compare different causes and consider new paths?”
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“The F.B.I.’s entanglement with King began not as an inquiry into his sex life but as a “national security” matter, one step removed from King himself. In 1961, the bureau”
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