Savoring

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I smile
at the way it feels
to scrub the dish righthanded.

But before,
I was hurrying.
Few things could make me smile.

Now I can
see how rich I am
even though
I have no more than before.

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Ex-social worker. Lay anthropologist. Director of Mastermind Development @ Vos. Trying to figure out what it means to be human.

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Steven R. Durgin

Steven R. Durgin

Ex-social worker. Lay anthropologist. Director of Mastermind Development @ Vos. Trying to figure out what it means to be human.

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