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"But I’ve got a question for you. When I feel hungry or thirsty, I start thinking about getting something to eat or drink. What do you do when you feel lonely?”
Seth’s assessment of his doomed future
Having just read his psychiatric expert's report on the psychological status of the two abused children who are at the heart of the lawsuit, the author contemplates the importance and beauty of intact intergenerational family connections-- now lost forever to these children.
The author's client has described his torturous years in solitary confinement in Maoist China. In reaction, the author spends a sleepless night walking a beach and then sails the waters off Cape Cod to clear his mind of what he has heard.
Discussion where Sidney wonders why he didn’t see the role he was playing in ideological manipulation of the news
The father of the woman who was killed by a traffic accident by the attorney's client, tell the story of how losing his only child meant he lost his future -- his father's future..
Discussion of how the author's son was almost hit by a car, and how close his life came to being like that of the couple whose only child was killed in the accident
In a poignant story, the author's client-- a Harvard history professor-- tells how he studied the "History of Love" at Harvard University, and knew a great deal about the topic-- except the single most important lesson: to find one's own love.
Discussion of how only Love was being discussed and thought about with all the young scholars