We are often reminded to count our blessings. For me, one such moment came recently as I was riding in a taxicab. The driver was from Haiti, where just days earlier, as you know, an earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale had destroyed Port-au-Prince. The driver had learned that his mother and fiancée had survived without physical injuries, but that, sadly, two of his friends had lost young children. The fate of the rest of his family and friends were unknown to him. “I ...
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