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Community Pulse - June 24, 2022

Streetwise

What is your superpower?

Around Town and On The Road (New York City)

Kimberly Khalil

HR recruitment coordinator

I would have to say that my superpower is the ability to make genuine connections with others and to help them find and bring out the best qualities in themselves, whatever they may be.

Zameen Dindyal

Legal assistant

My superpower is being a Super Mom of four children, who is able to juggle her home, kids and work simultaneously. Those three balls are just always right up there in the air in front of me. Even though my kids are all grown up now (the youngest is 22), I still have to watch over them to make sure they're safe and to follow up with them about their work and school.

George Bolsara

Clerk

Well, I'm able to feel seismic activity and sensations in the ground, very strongly, through my feet. In fact, I accurately predicted the most recent significant earthquake that occurred in the Bay Area. I told all of my friends and neighbors it was on the horizon. They were shocked when I turned out to be right.

David Placke

Lawyer

I have the ability to stay focused on a book, and to read it from start to finish, cover to cover, regardless of whoever or whatever is going on around me. Even as a kid, I would read entire books while sitting in a noisy, crowded high school cafeteria.

Kuange Wang

College student/intern

I'm able to provide at least three interesting, although sometimes obscure, facts that occurred in any year in recorded history. Give me a year, pretty much any year, and I will tell you some interesting information about it. I find the past so fascinating that I have a need to know as much about it as possible.

-- Compiled by Nancy Lewis

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