The difficult conversations school districts face
In a book about marriage (Committed) author Elizabeth Gilbert discussed porcupines - or more correctly, Gilbert discusses someone else's book about porcupines. Gilbert explains that in cold winter temperatures, porcupines huddle together for warmth. Given porcupines' exteriors, huddling is as unnatural as it is a necessity. The cold motivates porcupines to huddle, yet once in the huddle, the irritation they inflict from their quills motivates them to separate again.
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