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July 27, 2004


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It reminded me of an O Henry tale. It also speaks to my experience that society's less favored are more generous, proportionately, than the wealthy and powerful.

Kindness to others is generally its own reward, but I am glad the gallery owner got such a nice gift.

Phil Cubeta

It is like an O Henry story or a fable. "Never turn a stranger from your door, for some are an angel sent to test us," that was wisdom in a gift economy. Today we are hosts, tomorrow sojourners.

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