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How a committed agnostic learned to embrace ‘spirituality’ to explain life and death to his exceptional intellectually disabled child

I have no regrets about having Jamie; quite the contrary—I am thankful for his presence in my life every single day. But at one point in our lives together, I did feel a pang of regret about the way I was raising him. It was at the 2005 conference of the Canadian Down Syndrome Society, and one of...
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Business & Finance : Forbes: Business

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