Finding Family Unity

I was driving home after a day of appointments with parents and teen-agers who were concerned mostly with strained family relationships.

As I thought about the day's conversations, and watched solitary figures walking down the streets of my favorite city, I knew the time had come to find a purer and broader sense of family. It had to be one that would foster respect for the spiritual individuality of its members, as well as one that would find room in its heart for more than just the "relatives."

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