Our natural tendency to place the possible in the past leads us to overlook the acts of our contemporaries, who defy the presumably unmovable order of things.
Why do we believe only the past is possible?
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I just completed a dystopian science fiction novel. I run a website which I created that connects farms with churches, mosques, and synagogues to buy fresh vegetables directly and distribute them on a sliding scale to those in need.