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    The Voicemail Afterlife

    By Sara Goldfarb

    My grandma called daily and, I sometimes sent her to voicemail — rationalizing that I was just too busy to pick up. In the wake of her death, I cherish those recordings.

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    Looking Up at El Capitan

    By Mark Liebenow

    Dying while doing what we love is how we’d all like to go out. But as I watched my friends risk everything for the thrill of the climb, I felt compelled to remind them of the difference between challenge and folly.

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    Everything Scared Me

    By Stevan Schwartzenberger Brown

    After my parents died in a plane crash, there was grief, pain and loneliness. But above all, there was fear — until there wasn’t.

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