Think of ‘Us’ instead of ‘I’

 A was working on a submission that occupied her entirely, leaving no time for lunch. J decided to take a weight off her shoulders and shared his lunch with her. It might have left him a bit hungry, but this small act saved A some time and kept her going through the day with food in her stomach. Instead of shaking off the situation and hoping for everyone to resolve their problems individually, we think of each other as a group.

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