There is something beautiful about a disarmed stranger. We usually only get to witness that kind of vulnerability with friends or family, when something — sympathy or apology — is expected of us. Public criers ask nothing; they don’t need anyone to take care of them.
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Reminded of Brené Brown with this great reflection in the Times’ Opinionator blog.

(via New York Times)

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