We are, in a sense, family emissaries. Most of us even carry our relatives with us, in wallet photographs. Resemblances can be strikingly apparent to those we meet-and to ourselves when, in adulthood, we finally realize that we are our parents. Practically, anyway.

The African American Book of Values, Edited and With Commentary by Steven Barboza

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