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The Cement that Binds Us


The Cement Binds Us

In our fragmented, often broken societies, in our towns made of steel and glass and loneliness, people with disabilities can act as a kind of cement that binds people together. This is their role in society. They have a special part to play in the healing of hearts and in destroying the barriers which separate people from one another and prevent them from living happily and humanly.

– Jean Vanier, Our Journey Home, Introduction xi


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