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I Will Be

“Tomorrow, I will continue to be. But you will have to be very attentive to see me. I will be a flower, or a leaf. I will be in these forms and I will say hello to you. If you are attentive enough, you will recognize me, and you may greet me. I will be …

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I used to work in the Alzheimer’s ward of a nursing home, and we had one resident there who had once been a featured dancer with the Glenn Miller Orchestra.  I used to dance sometimes just to hear him laugh and clap and shout “Go, Cat, Go!” He told me one time, “I know my …

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