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  During the hot summer months of my childhood, my family would often go to my uncle’s house to swim in his pool. One of the things we kids loved to do, was a cannonball from the deck into the cool water. A cannonball is when you tuck your knees into your chest and wrap your arms around your folded legs.   When jumping into a pool in this fashion there is a huge splash and big waves of water flowing across the pool effecting everyone in the pool. Most people in the pool didn’t like it when we jumped in this way, but as kids we thought it was hilarious. My uncle would have much preferred if we entered the pool quietly causing as few ripples as possible, to maintain the peace and tranquility of the soothing water.   As I look back over the course of my life, I can see times when I was going through life like a cannonball into calm waters, I was not caring enough to notice who got effected by the energy I was radiating. It may be hard to admit but, at the time I didn’t realized how my beh

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