When It All Boils Down

None of the relationships in Dana’s life ever made sense and she was prepared to give up but before she could complete the act that would end all of her suffering, she stumbled upon the realization that despite intellect and education, breeding and sophistication, race, color, religious creed or gender identity, when it all boiled down, people were nothing more than children wrapped in grown-up complications. And somehow that simple revelation made things a little easier.