Acknowledgments

Writing a book is much like raising a child. There’s the joy when things go well, the trepidation and worry when things are faltering, the exhaustion of long days and nights, and an overwhelming sense of satisfaction in having accomplished what once seemed impossible. And like a child, it takes nothing less than a small village to succeed. I couldn’t have written this book without my village of supporters, who knowingly or unknowingly guide, encourage, and inspire me every day.

My deepest gratitude to my colleagues, past and present, with whom I have spent countless hours working and collaborating, and learning from, throughout the years, in particular: Yoshua Idar, Adina Hagege, Nathan Bigman, Rayne Wiselman, Vladimir Holostov, ...

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