…and where sometimes ills of the world are solved.

The learning to listen and respect others and their opinions refined or own opinions and taught us how to better advocate for our positions. Then, in our work environments, in which we sometimes have the opportuntiy to effect some ill of the world, we had a good shot at an actual viable solution.

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Leslie Loftis

Leslie Loftis

Teacher of life admin and curator of commentary. Occasional writer.

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