Day 5: What travel reveals

Wherever you go, there you are

OK, so I was wondering this morning as I was writing where I was going to put this little philosophical ramble on what travel is teaching me, and life promptly handed me an opening.

“Travel gives me a new way to inhabit myself. There’s always the question of whether something is innate or due to environmental factors you’ve been exposed to: nature versus nurture. By stripping…

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EEOC Settlement judge; Member, Harvard alum Pandemic Response Team; US Presidential Scholar; Former appellate law clerk; Rabble-rouser

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Linda Falcão

Linda Falcão

EEOC Settlement judge; Member, Harvard alum Pandemic Response Team; US Presidential Scholar; Former appellate law clerk; Rabble-rouser

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