Karen Seif writes: As I read Tom Keane’s meditation on the meaning of life and death after he witnessed a tragic highway accident, I found myself tensing, waiting for the blame to come: the accident was the fault of a drunk or texting driver, the local department of transportation, or the tire manufacturer. When the blame didn’t come, I breathed a sigh of relief. Keane’s story was refreshing because he showed empathy for all involved
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