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Never Judge A Book…Period.

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Nduta Refugee Camp, Tanzania — “Never judge a book by its cover…” is a saying I remember my Nana telling me when I was a little girl. For years I took it literally and made it my mission to physically study every book’s cover before I cracked it open. When I finally understood the metaphorical meaning behind the phrase it became part of my code of behavior, along with the golden rule and striving to make the world a better place (for all you Lupin Lady fans out there). However, this week I was reminded of how easy it is to jump to false conclusions.