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The Age of Division: Are We Incapable of Understanding?

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Is it just me, or are we becoming more and more divided with each passing day?

As a country, as states, as local communities, even within our intrapersonal relationships, it seems the amount things that bond us together is growing ever smaller.

I’m not delusional enough to think that we’ll ever agree on everything, but it seems as if our…

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A blog which examines the aspects of the human condition that lead to overthinking, often viewed through the prism of personal experience.

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Matthew B. Johnson

Matthew B. Johnson

I’m a Sacramento-based writer, English professor, track coach, C-5 incomplete quadriplegic, diehard 49ers fan, comic book geek, and lover of all things coffee.

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