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When did we get too busy to be inclusive?

During my travels I was struck by a situation that made me really question how, as a society, we have become too busy to notice what is around us and how we make others feel included.

Let me share what happened.

I was standing on a train platform. As it was towards the end of the commuting rush hour a lot of people had got off the train and were busy rushing onto the next part of their lives. As the crowd moved on there was a lone person on the platform - looking confused and not…

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