If there is one thing to have learned from Katrina, it's that things are always darkest before the dawn. For years of my youth I dismissed that same phrase as a tired clichÚ, not applicable to anything ináreal life. Although the meaning was clear, never for me had any actual loss been required for a greater future good. Maybe when you are young it's just too hard to see things clearly. After the entire mess that was Katrina, and the improvements that have come as a result, I have a new-found appreciation for what most label as a clichÚ. Sometimes it's hard to really improve what you have when things are going OK. It's more difficult to make repairs and tweaks when results are good. In any walk of life, you might know that what you are doing isn't ideal for the long term, but instead of ...
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