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On the music channel, a violinist plays, emotionally, the score from a movie I know I saw, but can’t recall. Italian film, I think. She is accompanied only by a piano. It’s beautiful and sad. Violins can weep, it seems.

I start to read Jack’s story in “The Washington Post” and tears fill my eyes. A young man now…

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