FROM HAND TO HAND

One morning one of my co-workers asked if she could buy the copy of the Sentinel that I had left on the kitchen cabinet as usual for her to read during her lunch hour. I said it was hers for the taking, and she went home rejoicing.

It had all started some months before, when I began to leave my copy of The Christian Science Monitor for her to read—she liked the Monitor. At that time she said she wasn't interested in the Sentinel, so I had taken it back home with me.

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October 31, 1994
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