Our skin has a memory of touch separate from our minds. What does your skin remember?
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In 1972 while attending medical school, I was working part time doing EKG's at a Jewish Home for the Aged. It was a clean and nice facility, but like most of its kind, a "waiting station" before people died.
Have you noticed that the pace of our society seems to get faster all the time? People report having less in-depth, meaningful conversations, yet have more breadth of connection.
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