WHEN DIVIDED BECOMES UNITED

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

THERE WAS A TIME when I assumed separation was the way of the world. Our side, their side: This division was thought to be a kind of balance.

On a summer evening in 1981, my wife and I were returning from Berlin on a train bound for Hamburg, Germany. The train moved at half speed through the countryside of what was then the German Democratic Republic (GDR), also called East Germany.

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