Little Happier: When Do We Tell Other People What We Think They Should Do? Two Beautiful Examples.
In Mark Salzman’s memoir “The Man in the Empty Boat,” he gives not just one, but two, examples of times when one person is able thoughtfully to remind someone of painful duties, and that person recognizes the right action, and rises to the occasion to fulfill it.
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