A few weeks ago, I conducted an experiment: I counted the number of times I apologized in one day.
I said sorry to the mother in yoga pants at ... Read More
Susan Levin sets her jaw in concentration as she tracks the tiny, orange ball sailing toward her over the net. Feet planted shoulders’-width ... Read More
Above: (L-R) The author’s great-grandmother Rose; grandfather Isaac; great-aunt Judy; great-aunt Pnina; and great-grandfather Philip in an ... Read More
“Actually, I might still be in your system under my old name,” I said to the perplexed receptionist at the veterinary office as he searched his ... Read More
My father rarely wrote anything down. Take birthday cards, for example: While my mother would embellish the printed message with sweet, loving ... Read More
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