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  • deethao

    Be curious, not judgmental. #quote

  • Morgan Mckellar

    Best quote ever.

  • Libby Bittner

    I love Whitman quotes. It's surprising how much you can learn by talking to someone who may not fit your version of "normal". Pluck up the courage and just do it one day. People are generally glad to talk about something you're interested in.

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