Working Title: The Lawyer and the HealerNovember 5 2013
“I can sense a certain amount of disbelief”, she bluntly declares a few minutes into the conversation and one is forced to wonder whether she can read minds. A few seconds of an awkward pause are followed by fairly amateur attempts at denial and deflection. Somehow, the questions and answers resume their course, the “disbelief” desperately toned down. Over the next few exchanges, this “disbelief” gradually changes, shifting and sliding into the curious.
After close to a decade in the legal industry, Ruchika Sukh gave up a job at . . .
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