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  1. Elizabeth Templeton
    Elizabeth Templeton April 29, 2021 at 12:41 pm | | Reply

    I think most of us would “find 4th-grade me annoying.”
    Leland’s thoughts on finding meaning are not far from those of many older adults. A “social pause” to think about things has happened for everyone. “Whether we have all “Thought about things” is another issue. Leland is a wonderful young man. You’re lucky to have him as a friend and we are the hanger-on beneficiaries.

  2. marianne ross
    marianne ross April 30, 2021 at 8:08 am | | Reply

    i LOVE leland. we can all learn profound truths from him. and love you, erica, for giving him voice.

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