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Sometimes we are the recipients of generosity that we can never repay.
I used to work with a woman who had lunch once or twice a year with her bone marrow donor.
Let that sink in for a minute.
I never asked my colleague, but I assume that she didn?t pick up the tab at those lunches with an insouciant ?Let me get the lo mein, you got the lymphocytes.? There is no adequate thanks for a gift like that. My colleague had to learn to walk gently under the burden of gratitude to the stranger who saved her life.
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