Flip The Coin Over

Flip The Coin Over

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By T. A. Acker
Like coins have two sides, topics and stories have more than one side as well. "Heads" represent the obvious aspects--those we see with our eyes. "Tails" represent the after-thought aspects that come when we try to see the viewpoint from an angle not our own. The two sides are supposed to give the same value to the topic.
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