31 People, 17 Countries: Why We Work To Save The World

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The world today is broken, unfair, and filled with far more sorrow and pain than any civilization should be forced to bear. A couple weeks ago, for example, my husband, my sister, and I drove past flags at half-mast for a shooting while ranting about the devastation in Afghanistan. We were wearing N-95 masks, scattered around…

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Author, attorney, dachshund human. President of Dweebs Global.

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