In a world of chaos, it is hard to look at the recent news stories in London, Israel, or the Sudan, and not feel sadness for humanity. Human beings are more alike than we are different, and that we are able to so easily hate and hurt each other weighs heavy on my heart. My life is...
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“Mommy, my friend Zari got some ticket that has promised to win him a billion dollars.”
“You mean a lottery ticket?”
“Yes- it’s going to win him a billion dollars!”
“You said that already. But it’s not going to win him that much. It probably won’t win him...