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When Black And White Becomes Gray

When I was a kid I knew very few colors until my mother bought me an 8-color crayon. Then I moved on to 16-color boxed crayons. I knew there were 32-color and 48-color crayons back then, but my parents could not afford them anymore.

Decisions were much easier as a kid. I didn’t have many options to consider. I only need a Yes or a No, a Black or White. Growing older, I was introduced to “it depends”, no more absolute 'No' or absolute 'Yes'. No more black and white monopoly, there is now gray.

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