This morning I had a long talk with my buddy Jesse who lives in Thailand. As I’m sure you’ve caught in the news, there has been a team of 12 young soccer players and their coach trapped in a cave in northern Thailand for 11 days now. Thankfully they have been located. They are in weakened states, but alive and doing well. He tells me that the tense situation has done something he has only seen once before in his 10 years in Thailand; it has brought the entire country together over a single issue. He said that everyone has…
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