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Chance Encounters

Here is a story that you may identify with from Ariel Leve, a New York Columnist for the Times of London. It’s called:

“CHANCE ENCOUNTERS ARE DRAINING.”

“There are hazards to going out. One of them is the unexpected run-in. Even worse, the unexpected run-in where someone tells you something that is emotionally significant.

The other day I was leaving my apartment in New York when, in the lobby, I ran into an elderly woman who lives in the building. Over the years, whenever I’ve seen her and her husband, I’ve stopped and had a casual, amiable chat. The sort of conversation you have with neighbors you don’t know very well. Friendly but without any noteworthy investment. Above all: brief. I hadn’t seen her for about six months, and even though I was stressed because I was already late for a work-related appointment, I had to stop to say hello. “How’s your husband?” I asked.

That’s when she said: He died.

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