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CAMILE DUNGY.

So here are the reasons why I talk to strangers: Because I never know what might happen, because the world is full of surprises, and because the very thing I am most worried about might turn into the thing I need most.

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So here are the reasons why I talk to strangers: Because I never know what might happen, because the world is full of surprises, and because the very thing I am most worried about might turn into the thing I need most.

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