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Margaret Craven
“To join the others was to care, and to care was to live and to suffer.”
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“Maybe it was time to stop listening to her brain and start listening to her heart. But even so, the most confident soldier did not go into battle without armor.”
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Madeline Miller
“You threw me to the crows, but it turns out I prefer them to you.”
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Matthew Desmond
“In the end, we can only do the best we can with who we are, paying close attention to the ways pieces of ourselves matter to the work while never losing sight of the most important questions.”
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“It is disturbing how tenuous our potential is due to our fervent defense of the comfortable norm.”
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