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Something to Think About: Knowing others

Dr. Amit Sood says, "Others are more similar to you than you think." Dear friend, A typical supermarket has about forty thousand items on the shelf. Given that an average person samples less than 1 percent of these items in a year, you likely aren’t aware of 99 percent of the items in your supermarket. […]
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