CHAPTERTEN

GOOD MORNING, GAIL,” said John in a singsong voice even he didn't recognize.

“You're in a good mood this morning,” she answered as she rushed through the entrance door John was holding open for her.

“Yeah, well I almost had a fight with my wife last night.”

Gail was perplexed. “That makes no sense whatsoever.”

“Emphasis on the word almost,” said John proudly.

“Does this have to do with the work you're doing around conflict?”

“It's amazing!” said John.

His exuberance was met with a hollow look of indifference. John smiled as he noticed the Green glow around her face and chose his next words. “Real commonsense stuff, but well researched and tested. I'll get you some info on it.”

“I'd be interested to see that.”

John pushed the button ...

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