Standing ovations are seen as the pinnacle of appreciation. If you are the recipient of such acclamation, but are unable to see or hear, does the appreciation translate? Conversely, what if you are in the audience and lack the ability to stand or applaud. Does that negate the depths of the appreciation you might feel in that moment?

All too often, we get caught up in the lie that our senses are the only accurate receptors of how and what we feel. There’s something more to us in the cellar of our souls.

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Aspiring Stoic and Doting Father

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