The renewal of trust

ONE SATURDAY in the grocery store, I noticed a little girl with a big smile on her face. She stood up, precariously, on the little plastic seat in the grocery cart. Immediately I was concerned and thought someone should do something before she fell. The little girl's mother turned to the canned goods. She was unaware of her daughter's impending danger.

Another woman in the aisle noticed the little girl and reached out to steady her. "Sweetie," she said, "you need to sit down." Frightened, the child cried, "Don't touch me! Stay away!"

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