The Surprising Ability of Putting Ourselves in Others’ Shoes

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Let’s play a game.

This is the story of Anne and Sally. They are friends and they have a box and a basket. They also have a marble to play with. One day, Sally and Anne were playing. Sally decided to put the marble in the box and went outside…

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