“As I dealt with life-changing events, I decided that I had to change. I had to choose compassion. To paraphrase Kurt Vonnegut, I had to be kind.”
“As I dealt with life-changing events, I decided that I had to change. I had to choose compassion. To paraphrase Kurt Vonnegut, I had to be kind.” Nastco Getty Images/iStockphoto
“As I dealt with life-changing events, I decided that I had to change. I had to choose compassion. To paraphrase Kurt Vonnegut, I had to be kind.” Nastco Getty Images/iStockphoto
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Soshally Awkward: Choosing compassion (or at least trying)

November 12, 2015 11:40 AM

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