We can really only know what we’ve experienced.
But what happens when we meet someone who’s experienced something completely different?
While I shared a cup with Pat and Ken Parker, we gathered around this warm nugget of golden thought, discovered something wonderful, and stumbled upon a question.
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Family not only need to consist of merely those whom we shared blood but, also those whom we’d give blood. Attributed to Charles Dickens, Goodreads source here.
Trauma is a topographical map that is written on a child and it takes a lifetime to read. Russian Doll, streaming on Netflix: Ruth Brenner, played by Elizabeth Ashley. IMDB source here.
You are where you are as a result of decisions you’ve made. – Ancillary Justice, by Anne Leckie: Breq, Goodreads source here.