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Creating rites and rituals of exit in our families, in our communities, and in our organizations must become a cultural — as well as a personal and institutional — agenda; allowing people to honor endings in a way that is substantive and inspirational, creative and collective, structured and improvisational, that speaks to the heart and to the head and allows people to walk away with their heads held high rather than slink off in the night. We must leave in order to begin.
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