The Sidewalks Of New York City

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For many people, the word “sidewalk” illustrates images of anger, filth, homelessness and even danger. Most just see a sidewalk as a foundation to walk home upon. For the majority of city-dwellers, the sidewalks of New York City are like a second home. A place where their hearts are content with the lasting memories that could only have been made in a place that most think of as unpleasant. The unclean and mucky chunks of concrete are the soil that gave rise to the lessons of acceptance and happiness that can be found in life. The pungent and distinct smell that lingers the air while walking upon those gum ridden and trash filled slabs concrete is something most would not exchange for the world. The griminess is a place many of the less fortunate

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