“…Determining the exact center of anything can be problematic at best. With living things, the problem becomes one of intangibles: What is the center of a life? What is the center of a dream? What is the center of faith? While I was thinking about centers, I stumbled across the story of how we first determined the center of our country. In 1918, government geographers decided to find the geographic center of the United States. In order to do so, they made a large cardboard cutout shaped like the lower forty-eight states and set about the work of balancing it on a pin, until they found that single place where it balanced perfectly…”
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