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Dear Mary, please find enclosed my entire Noblet collection as a sign that I forgive you. When I received your book, the emotion inside my brain felt like they were in a tumble dryer, smashing into each other. The hurt felt like when I accidentally stapled my lips together (ow) the reason I forgive you is because you are not perfect. You’re imperfect, and so am I. All humans are imperfect, even the man outside my apartment who litters. When I was young, I wanted to be anybody but myself. Dr. Bernard Hazelhof said: if I was on a deserted island, then I have to get used to my own company, just me and coconuts. He said I would have to accept myself, my warts and all, and that we don’t get to choose our warts. They are a part of us and we have to live with them. We can, however, choose our friends, and I am glad I have chosen you. Dr. Bernard Hazelhof also said that everyone’s lives are like a very long sidewalk. Some are well paved. Others like mine, have cracks, banana skins and cigarette butts. Your sidewalk is like mine but probably not as many cracks. Hopefully, one day our sidewalks will meet and we can share a can of condensed milk. You’re my best friend, you are my only friend. Your American penpal, Max Jerry Horowitz.