A Read Down Memory Lane: Lessons From Your Former Self

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Read Jim Sollisch's New York Times' piece "The Art of Repetition."

Writings from childhood — cards, stories and other notes — can hide for decades, like time capsules tucked away in boxes, old bedrooms, attics and journals. Writer Jim Sollisch talks about how old thank you notes from his youth foreshadowed his adult life.

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