“Every man bears the whole stamp of the human condition.” – Michel de Montaigne

When I visited China two summers ago, I had the pleasure of staying with a stoic grandfather and playful boy. We could barely communicate because they could not speak English, and I could not speak Chinese beyond, "Thank you," but we found things to laugh over and bond over nonetheless.

When I visited China two summers ago, I had the pleasure of staying with a stoic grandfather and playful boy. We could barely communicate because they could not speak English, and I could not speak Chinese beyond, “Thank you,” but we found things to laugh over and bond over nonetheless.

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