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  1. I like the dreaming about compressed time since dreams happen in compressed time. I’m never sleeping long enough for my dreams to have happened. As for how lucky I am, I think about it daily with my wife and kids and all of us doing better medically than we should by all rights be doing. Of course when I described to a friend what my kids are dealing with in terms of change, a lady in line behind me in line said, “Wow. Suddenly I feel kind of silly worrying how my kid is doing on her second day of kindergarten.” Everything is relative.

    • Yes, “It’s all relative.” Some challenges are visible to others, and some are not, but all are there and being faced daily. Sometimes our various worlds collide (business pressures coinciding with family needs) and we manage as best we can to move through them, with the faith that it can only get better…

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