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"In fact, it is a constitutive characteristic of being human that it always points, and is directed, to something other than itself." - Viktor Frankl It was a bitter northern Colorado winter day last December. The kind of day on a college campus when students anxiously wait for that magical e-mail letting them know class is cancelled. I parked my car and headed to teach class, the campus a barren bright white desert as windswept snow swirled across an almost-empty parking lot.
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