Anything is Possible
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Read between November 25 - November 28, 2018
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to be able to be sorry about what we’ve done that’s hurt other people—that keeps us human.”
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He did not know what home it was he longed for, but it seemed to him as he aged that his homesickness would increase,
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“God weeps with us,” he had said, and you couldn’t get mad at him for that.
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there was something far more frightening: people who no longer felt pain at all.
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She had never liked being angry; she didn’t know what to do with it.
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She felt this more than she thought it, the way children do.