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Saving A Stranger from A One-Night-Stand Gave Me A Lifelong Friend

The right thing can often be the hardest one to do.

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It was back in May 2012, and I was a 23-year-old starting out at my first full-time job. It was the day of our new hire orientation.

There was a group of about a hundred of us, graduates and postgraduates alike, all of us in our first month…

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