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A reflection, through the prism of the life and writings of the Dutch Jew, Etty Hillesum, on the nature and meaning of remembrance.
Epigraph: ...Most people here are much worse off than they need to be because they write off longing for friends and family as so many losses in their lives, when they should count the fact that their heart is able to long so hard and to love so much amongst their greatest blessings. (Etty Hillesum, 1914-1943)
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