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Grow As We Go

Monica Berg
June 17, 2024
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You won’t be the only one
I am unfinished, I’ve got so much left to learn
I don’t know how this river runs
But I’d like the company through every twist and turn
Ooh, who said it’s true
That the growing only happens on your own?
They don’t know me and you

Those are lyrics from the song “Grow As We Go,” written and performed by Ben Platt, who is a Broadway star, actor, and musician. The lyrics are as vulnerable as they are beautiful. Everyone wants someone to grow with and, in turn, someone who wants to grow with them. But what does that actually mean? How do you “grow together” week-to-week, year-to-year?

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