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15/30: Joy Ladin

Today, the exact middle of this 30/30, seems like a good time to think of the middles, the in-betweens.

Today we are reading "Between Wars" by Joy Ladin.

Think of a time when you were in between struggles, or challenges. Maybe a moment of respite, but maybe also just a moment of stillness to reel in the aftermath. What does the lull look like? What past does it reveal as past, what violence or turmoil does it stand in contrast to?

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