In her new diary, Anne Strieber writes: “You often see little kids squeezing their eyes closed and putting their fingers in their ears so they don?t have to see (or hear) anything they don’t want to. When we grow up, there are still many facts we would rather not hear (about the illness or death of a loved one, for instance), but we no longer expect to be able to avoid learning bad news?But doing the right thing, despite what others may say about you at the time, is what history tells us that truly great leaders have always done.”

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