Quiet signs of gratitude sing in a bustling city

Gover, Tzivia
April 1996
Christian Science Monitor;4/22/96, Vol. 88 Issue 102, p16
Presents a section filled with the occurrences of everyday life, and how individuals cope with those occurrences.


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