Love. With Two Hands.

Sophia, just a few days old. Author’s photo.

Caring for a newborn is like having to carry a brim-full bowl of water the whole time.

You are forbidden to spill it or put it down, it can only be passed from one person to another. It’s hard work. It’s highly inconvenient.

Convenience is shaping the world around us — at work, in the street, and inside our homes. And…

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