How A Lunch With Hermits Taught Me To Live With Zest

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Whenever I seek to reminisce within solitude — I go back to a distant memory when I was but a child. An energetic, lively and cheeky kid who’d run around the Polytechnique Institute, that my mother ran for women. I was always surrounded by women, young and old…

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