December 16th, 2014
Episode 56 of 753 episodes
In Manhattan, I learned a public kindness was a triumph over the push of money, the constrictions of fear. If it occurred it came from some deep primal memory, almost entirely lost— Here, let me help you, then you me, otherwise we’ll die. Which is why I love the weather in Minnesota, every winter kindness... Read more »
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