"I see a wedding ring on the man's left hand. Below him, there's a huge hole where others are also imprisoned. When the man sits down with the others, he thinks of his wife and the times they danced together. (This is a photo of Beth Kephart learning to dance. I can't find it on her blog, but I saved it once upon a time.) I can imagine this is the sort of thing the men were remembering as they 'taught each other ballroom dancing' (p. 78 in our book) in their prison cell."What do you think Wheatley means when she asks us, "What do I believe about others?"