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May 31, 2013

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MGO

Engrossed in my own new urban adventure, I am vexed by the same disparate sentiments and energized by the humanity and closeness of the city.There is indeed a thin line between celebration and desperation in the city. I choose to celebrate while working towards lessening the desperation. This I believe is the work of philanthropy.

Albert

I like the way you put it, Maggie. There's the desperation of others mixed with our own sometimes desperate attempts to understand (or forget) how we're implicated in it all. Then there's the need, expressed by one of my nonprofit colleagues in New Orleans, to believe in the possibility of change. All of this and more visiting us regularly in the bang and clang of the city.

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