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The Change of Loss

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“It feels very old-timey and theatrical to say ‘This experience has changed me’ but still things do happen that change us. When those things happen we can’t go back in time, we can only go forward or face the uncertain ambivalence between the past, present and the future.”

Link: Everyday Giving
Image: Anthony Tory

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