Life is funny in that we never know which moments in our life are going to belife-changers. Sometimes it isn't the big events themselves, but rather the after-effects of life's big events. For me, it was when I faced alienation from those closest to me in my life at a time when I needed them the most. I likened this time in my life to being the person who owned and operated a soup kitchen and made sure that everyone else always had a full and comfortable belly. It was when I needed the tiniest morsel that my very own soup kitchen doors were slammed in my face. Have you ever faced alienation?
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