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I had almost forgotten about the oversized and stuffed binder sitting on the top shelf above my desk. It was filled with notes, handwritten mostly, on a variety of subjects from DPT school that I thought would be useful to me as I began my career. Long ago, probably on my first day of classes, I had slid a sheet of paper into the outside of the binder’s clear protective covering.

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