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The Beauty in Brokenness

Late last fall, as I looked around my classroom, I suddenly realized two things about my students. (Naturally, neither had to do with the topic we were discussing). First, I realized that every single student in that room expected to get married. Second, I realized that none of them expected to get divorced. Statistically, of course, the chance that every student present was right about both these expectations was slim to non-existent. What struck me most, however, wasn't their obliviousness…
Christina Van Dyke
March 16, 2005