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Miracle on 38th Street: Micro-Changes & Majestic Moments in a Philadelphia Cab


“Happiness is when you give the love…” — Philadelphia cab driver

Elevation results, when the right kind of tone and the right kind of emotions, with the right kind of rhythm and respect, become integrated with the right kind of themes to form a vibrant life-philosophical line of thought. — Finnish practical philosopher Esa Saarinen

“Don’t get out; it’s too cold,” I told the cabbie. “Just pop the trunk.”

He did. I put my bags in the back and slid into the cab. “38th and Walnut, please.”

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Miracle on 38th Street: Micro-Changes & Majestic Moments in a Philadelphia Cab

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  1. What a beautiful and enlightening story, Dan. It resonates with me on many levels. Thanks for sharing such a palpable and viral micro-moment.

 

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