Angel Reese Might Lead You to Freedom
On not caring about perceptions you can't control.
I didn’t even realize I was doing it. Every time I saw a neighbor while I walked around the neighborhood, I changed my disposition. I’d throw on a smile and give a polite nod or a verbal greeting.
Not just because I felt like being polite. But because presenting as polite seemed like a safer option than letting unfamiliar neighbors fill in the blanks.
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