Earlier today…

when I saw Mary Carillo do a feature piece about Caster Semenya and the harassment and human rights violations she has endured…and then I read this article about an Afghan teenager who had ben sold into marriage and then tortured by her husband’s family…then I realized (again) that in the grand scheme of things, I am so lucky to be safe and happy.

Good God, there are some frightening and terrible things that happens in this world. Being quasi-unemployed is not among these.

Perspective is my constant companion.


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