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In episode seven of Human Touch, many stories reach a crescendo; the “militia” group has Little Moses kidnapped and realizes he may be worth a huge ransom, federal officials descend on Greg and Carl demanding to know how they created a new serum, Pastor Winston comes down with the virus, Rosebaby searches for her missing son, and a strange, unexpected character enters the picture.

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What is next for these families

When I first heard about this series, I was skeptical, I mean here we are living in the COVID19 world, do we really want to hear a story about fictional families that are dealing with this? The answer is YES, what if a little boy who never gets sick is the cure. At the same time, it deals with racism which is very much not dormant. If anything it is more upfront and in your face as if you are back during all the race riots. On a personal note, I have a very blended family, and the difference between myself and my daughter and my husband, and his kids is that when my daughter and I walk out the door you do not know we are Jewish, but you know the minute my husband and kids walk out the door is that they are black. Looking forward to the next episode.

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Mitch Albom hits the mark--again

This book captures, in increments, the subtleties and the insidious nuances that have shaped the pandemic. I listened to the first installments in astonishment that people can be so gullible and cruel. By the middle episodes, I was hoping for the best just as I witnessed the worst. The last episodes gave me hope that decency and empathy are still present and available within each of us if we can just look beyond the hysteria and panic.

We can apply this story to many of the facets of our world today and the ugliness that seems "normal". Our ending is that we must continue to strive to treat others as we would like to be treated and reach into ourselves for the goodness that has always been present. Mitch Albom has shown us how it can be done --- good luck to us all.