I feel like either the engineer or the conductor of a well-intentioned but slow-moving train. As engineer, I’m compelled to gain speed, conserve energy, watch the tracks for obstacles—all to reach our destination as soon as possible. As conductor, I sense an urgency to make sure my passengers are comfortable and their needs met, while cautioning the engineer against gaining speed too quickly because there are still some curious passengers chasing the train down the tracks. They’re trying ...

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