Great Expectations

On the day you were born, you were removed from your mother’s womb, whether by force or with the help of human hands and sharp tools, as a bundle of innocence. Someone was glad about your arrival—it might’ve been your mother, your father, a sibling, or a stranger. Someone was glad because of what your arrival meant for them. You represented an opportunity. A fresh shot at life, the way that person anticipating your arrival thought life should be. Even as you were gulping down your first breaths, screaming at the harshness of the light in this foreign world, you were a vehicle for possibility.

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