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Love that keeps us safe

It was 2:30 a.m. when I was abruptly awakened by a loud buzzing. I staggered out of bed half asleep and, without thinking, pushed the button that unlocked the front door of the apartment building. Because of the high crime rate in the part of the city where I lived, the policy was not to let anyone unknown to us into the building at

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