Sep 7, 2013-- "I go to the library in Santa Monica to write quite often. The other day, I went there to get some work done, and I see this man standing and looking at some books. New nonfiction. He has a sign on his chest that says "Be Love." I ask him if I can take a picture, and he happily obliges. I turn around to get some money in my wallet. (He's homeless -- that much is evident.) I turn back around, and he's taken the sign off. "Picture's free," he says, "but you have to wear this for two hours." Read on to find out how this unexpected interaction transforms this writer's day and touches those around her. (36949 reads)
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